Question about Washing Machines
My Bosch WAE24367 washing machine is less than 2 years old.it continues to run even after the time has finished. it show 1 minute left, but still carries on,doesn't stop, had to switch of, but all the water is still in the machine, if i swich it back on and put it to drain it sits there, no fault code comes up. please advise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jeanna, you are going to have to remove the lower panel and clean the drain pump filter. Easy job, once the panel is removed the filter will be right in front. Get a bucket and unscrew the filter cover and you should find a ton of lint and stuff in there. This model has a pressure switch that detects if there is water in the tub. If so it will do this pause and slow spin. Once the pump filter is clean you should be good...Catriver...post back.
Posted on Oct 19, 2006
SOURCE: Washer not completing cycle
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM ON A 4 MONTH OLD MACHINE AND I CALLED A SERVICE PERSON. HE SAID THAT I CAN THROW IT AWAY. THIS IS A PROBLEM THAT NOBODY CAN FIX.
Posted on Feb 15, 2007
Unidentified buzzing noise in top loader machines is often due to a jammed or seized drain pump, especially if the pump has its own motor - sometimes just opening the front of the pump (usually under a panel at the base of the front, possibly behind a small - 3-4 inch - panel to one side or other) will clear it. behind the pump cover will be a sealed plug or similar, usually needs a half turn to undo. small pieces of wood or plastic sometimes are the cause, and may be "floating" on the drum side of the drain pump so may not be visible immediately. Make sure the machine is unplugged and check with your fingers to see if the pump blades rotate freely - they will have some resistance, but should not feel like you are pressing against something solid. If you still have the manual for the machine, somewhere you would expect to find detailed instructions for a user to clear the pump - it is not usually a difficult or complicated job however some machines have a very different drain system. You may have a certain amount of water comes out over the floor - this is normal. On an optimistic note, many of these machines are still functioning after more than five years with no problems, so it is likely to be minor. If you suspect the electronic control to be the reason for the problem, it may just be that it will not continue a cycle without properly draining, even if the drum appears to be draining adequately - check the drain pump. The pulley attached with string is slightly unusual - perhaps this is as a result of an old bodged repair and needs to be resecured - without more detail or a photo this is hard to say. Best solution for that would be if you could find a similar machine, possibly in a second-hand shop and ask to look at the base to see if there is anything obviously different with your machine.
Posted on Feb 17, 2007
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