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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You said, your machine comes on but will not start
I need the model number to start to help you???????????????????
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Press and hold the 'Delay' and 'Extra Rinse' buttons together and it will 'unlock' your control panel (this is a tamper proof feature for the kiddies)
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Something is in your pump trap, easy fix. pop open the bottom panel by removing the three screws under it. requires a torx bit or a nut driver. if you can tilt the washer back so the front legs are a foot or 2 off the ground, it will make this a lot easier. once open you will see a twist off cap. before you remove this be prepared for the residual water to eject out when you open it. these can not get all the water out so there is always some, tilting it back will minimise this or putting hose clamps on the pump to tub hose can help but not nesesarry. twist it out and clean it out, also stick your fing into the two holes where the trap is located to see if any coins have gotten stuck. once clean, make sure you line up the trap arrow with the base. then button it back up, good luck
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Ffantastic, fixed in under 20 mins!!! Thank you"
if yours is the same, the drain is hidden behind the lower access panel on the front (how convenient, huh?). I don't understand why they didn't just make a recess hole for it. I've just left one screw loose in the center and it kinda "compression" fits. We clean this out regularly, as my wife and family don't check pockets well. :)
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
SOURCE: When we start a load it will start then stop. We will have to power down then back up, reset all setting & start over....3x! And sometimes it will stop mid cycle & we have to hit pause then st
Could be a bad connection, the control board is at fault
Posted on Mar 20, 2013
Testimonial: "I will check the board area for connection. Thank you!"
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