Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There has to be some access somewhere, behind?. Find it out, the problem is with your pump, unplug washer from the electric mains. Drain out your water by lowering the exit hose into bucket or ground drain, dismantle your pump to see what is clogging it. Before that see that the connections to the pump are tight; pull out and refit, it might sort out the problem. Or you have to change the pump. You can do all these yourself. Only note careful as to what came out how & how to refit.
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Posted on Mar 15, 2009
You will have to check the power from power supply to relay to control panel. You can check for voltage with multi-tester or voltmeter
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: service fault 130
rotary position sensor fault. underneath the machine. Unbolt plastic cover with 16mm socket all of the plastic will come off. Undo four 10mm bolts around shaft. Pull off the big round thingy with cooper wire on it carefully. The purple wire is connected to the sensor which looks like a computer card and fits between the copper things ,pull up the sensor carefully and unpug the connection clean off the blue stuff on contacts,use electrical spray cleaner. Put back together in reverse.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Either the computer board is dead OR the pump was on it's way out & took the board with it.If your lucky the pump is just dead & therefore not providing power up to the board,thats the cheaper way to go first.Or you may be up for both.It was probably pumping out at the time when it stopped.
Posted on May 29, 2010
fault code 136 is a hard one possible causes are faulty rotor speed sensor on motor,siezed bearings or rotor,motor windings ,or motor control module, would suggest you get a tech for this one to diagonse correctty ,without proper tools to test eg: rss tester you could cot yourself more money... hope this was some help....:)
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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