It will not turn on. No power. This is the first time I've tried to use my washer in a few days. I tried to power it on and it won't turn on. The dryer is plugges into the same oulet and works fine. When I plug in the washing machine, I hear a faint click sound on the front dial (like it's trying to power up).
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Re: It will not turn on. No power
Check the following
1. No power to the washer Make sure there's power getting to the washer. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power. Sometimes the power cord disconnects at the washer, if this is the case, the wiring must be repaired or replaced.
2. Lid switch The washing machine may not function if the lid switch is defective. The switch is usually located near the door. Replace if found defective.
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sounds like you've either got a stiff motor or gunk in the drum making it difficult for the motor to turn. When the fuse blows the drum won't turn at all but as yours is trying to turn then throwing the fault up it sounds like something is causing too much resistance
Assuming you've got a clean and tight connection to the battery, there's a good possibility that the starter is bad. A bad starter will occasionally work when cold but once it heats up, it requires more power to get it to engage. If when it's hot, everything else is working, ie headlights bright, accessories like power windows work, then it would certainly sound like a starter problem. Most with these symptoms end up changing out batteries, alternators, only to find out that a few days later, the problem returns and you've already spent a few hundred dollars. If you like, you can take the truck to 1 of the auto parts chains that offers free electrical diagnostic tests. This would confirm your battery and alternator are fine prior to making any major repairs.
I've cleaned the compartment at the bottom from hair, hairpins, coins etc... But the problem is, washer sometimes starts without any problems, and does the job properly from start to finish or just don't want to work for a few days! Hundred of times switched on and off - the same scenario. Power led switches of, there is a noise of some switch moving inside of the washer, then another led starts to blink (the one under the start button) and there is no way to run the program. Bloody machine :(
1st thing is DO NOT try to power up the phone. Remove the battery and SIM card (if equipped). Let the phone set up for a few days to dry out. You can you use a hair dryer too but I still recommend letting it air dry for a few days (at least 3). Note: You may start to notice the phone acting strange (i.e. power cycling, keys not responding etc.) after a few weeks or months. This will be due to corrosion building up on the inside. So if you do manage to get it to work, back up any information that you don't want to lose because it may not come back on the next time you shut it off.
Try the idle air control valve it is located near the throttle body it has a four wire plug and has two small hoses attached to it this is a small stepper motor that controls the amount of air on start up this part will cost about $200 from a popular auto parts store.