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The hydroloic pump that operates the lift is failing. The drive operates on a separate pump so that pump is good. Find the pump that the lift rams hoses go to. That's the one you need to examine. Check all connections. Electrical, hydrolic lines, vacume hoses... everything. If all that checks out, then you need to have the pump rebuilt or replaced
remove the frame,pop off the two clips that hold the pump on and pull the pump off of the motor shaft,start the machine,if it runs you have something stuck in the pump.if it does run get a shop vac and remove the water from the tub,then remove the clamps on the hoses just push them down the hose with a pair of plyers then loosen one hose at a time so you can vac out the water,once you have all the water out you can remove the pump and see what's stuck in it,usually,a sock,womens underwear or a metal from a bra.if it's not the pump move the shaft on the motor with the plyers were the pump slides onto,you could have a flat spot on the motor and by moving the motor at the shaft might free it up,i've done this,some motors will run all the time after this or it could stop again on the next load,watch it and see what happens.http://www.youtube.com/user/RepairClinic?v=DwV71h86Gxw&feature=pyv&ad=5457341861&kw=washer%20pump watch video and it will show you how to get at the pump and motor.good luck with your washer
YOU HAVE AIR IN THE POWER STEERING SYSTEM.YOU NEED TO BLEED POWER STEERING PUMP FIRST BEFORE DRIVING VECHICLE.CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL ADD MORE POWER STEERING UNTIL REACH FULL COLD MARK..RAISE VECHICLE FRONT WHEELS OFF THE GROUND.START ENGINE LET IT IDLE WHILE TURNING STEERING WHEEL LEFT TO RIGHT NON STOP DONT LOCK OR STOP STEERING WHEEL KEEP TURNING IT SEVERAL TIMES CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID IF LOW ADD UNTIL YOU GET COLD MARK ON DIP STICK DONT OVER FILL POWER STEERING PUMP BLOW A SEAL.IF POWER STEERING FLUID LOOK TAN COLOR SYSTEM FULL OF AIR.TURN OFF IGNITION LET CAR SET FOR A WHILE CHECK FLUID LEVEL.IF STEERING WHEEL FEEL STIFF HARD TURNING DONT DRIVE CAR UNTIL YOU HAVE NORMAL STEERING.IF STILL HAVE AIR IN SYSTEM BLEED SYSTEM UNTIL AIR IS OUT.
Hi, you got water pump problem, some pump have a filter you can remove and clean, or some some small clothing could get into it. or you can open water pump and manually check for foreign object. you can empty machine, by lowering drain hose to floor level, you will need somthing to collect water, then check pump.
Pull resivior and see if it gelled up around screen for pump motor.Cheaper washer solvents tend to do this,If so you can clean screen and it should be ok.Note sometimes you can look down in liquid with flashlight and see gell in resivior.
Ultimatly replaced the new pump with a "genuine" pump from F&P which fixed the problem permenantly. Interesting is that all the id tag details of the pump manufacturer were exactly the same on both "new" pumps. The only noticable difference was the impleller design which could have possibly been overloading the "generic" pump, causing it to cut out. One final note; it takes eight complete load cycles to be completed after a fault code has been repaired before the code resets.