Question about Electrolux Washing Machines
If there are a bunch of pics for the internals of this washing machine that would be fantastic.
Posted by Anonymous on
Good Morning Friend,
I understand that you are looking for a picture of the motor wiring for your Electrolux washer, model# EWF1282. This appears to be an Australian Electrolux dishwasher. I suggest contacting the manufacturer directly. They might be able to get you a picture of the motor wiring. Hope this is helpful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The black or brown connection block on the motor should be color coded to match the harness. If not you will need to remove the control panel and find the service guide sheet. This will give you the wiring diagram for the whole machine.
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
How much trouble do you want to go to?
If you just want to preserve the washing, then simply put it on another cycle tonight and that will keep it fresh until the callout turns up to fix it.
The next clever step is to power the machine off at the mains for 10 minutes. Depriving it of power MAY release the interlock door switch even if the cycle didnt.
Final attempt to get to it... Turn off power, unplug at the mains. drag the machine out so you can see the back. Remove the 2 screws that hold the top on, pull back or tap the top forward (depending on the model) to unclip it. Peer inside. You will see the door switch inside the chassis exactly in line with the door handle on the outside. See if you manually make the mechanism release, or if you have a stubby philips screwdriver, you can probably unscrew the switch complely.
If you trust yourself NEVER to open the door in the middle of a cycle, the machine will of course function without a switch. Just so long as you recognise that you will flood the place if you do open it with water in. Also if you put your hand inside dirung a wash (Or worse still a spin) the power of the motor combined with the weight of the wet washing will rip the arm clean off a fully grown man, so if you doubt yourself or you have kids (or kids may visit) don't leave it like this.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
I'm sure nojallo1 has already fixed his but I just ran into the same problem and didn't find anything in my searches for a solution. The problem I had was the test cycle wasn't long enough to get hot water through my water lines so it could verify the hot and cold hoses were in the proper places. Solution: Turn the hot water on in all the sinks in your house until they have hot water running through them. This will prime your hot water line so it is full of hot water instead of cold water. Then run the install cycle again and it should be fine.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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Remove, reseat and reconnect every connector at least 3
times. Remove the motor control board, spray it down with electronic cleaner
along with all connections by disconnecting them, spraying them down.
Disconnect and connect a few times to ensure good contact.. It appears that
spraying the board and connectors work.
Pl give me a ‘very helpful’ rating for the free help, thanks.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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