To diagnose your solution you need to check this steps that i can provide you
- Check that the washer is plugged in securely
- Check the circuit breaker of fuse box. "A circuit breaker provides protection for each of your electrical
circuits by stopping the flow of current if an overload or fault
occurs. When an electrical fault occurs or the load on your circuit
becomes too great, the breaker on that circuit trips and interrupts the
flow of current to that circuit. A tripped circuit breaker is still
sometimes referred to as a "blown fuse" in reference to the older
technology that circuit breakers replaced. If your home uses an actual
fuse and not a circuit breaker."
- Test the outlet for current. You can test an outlet to determine if current can flow with a voltage
tester. Always test your test equipment for proper operation before
use. If you don't have a voltage tester, simply use a shop light or
other convenient electrical device. Start by making sure the tester is
working and plug it into a circuit you know is working. Note that if
you need to test a 220V outlet, these instructions do not cover that
If there is no voltage, make certain that the outlet isn't
controlled by a switch. Try all nearby switches and check whether the
tester lights up.
If you are troubleshooting an outlet that isn't working, some possibilities include:
The fuse has blown or circuit breaker has tripped. Click on the following links for more information on replacing fuses and resetting circuit breaker.
The outlet may be in a circuit with a GFCI outlet (ground fault circuit interrupt). If the GFCI outlet has tripped, it
may cause other outlets on the same circuit to lose current. Look for
an outlet that has a "Test" and "Reset" button. They are often located
near water such as in a bathroom or kitchen. If the outlet has been
tripped, unplug anything that may have caused the fault and then press
the "Reset" button.
wire connection has become loose. A wiring fault can occur in many
places, the most common include the outlet box, another outlet or
junction box the wire passes through or at the circuit breaker.
Outlets can wear out, a replacement may be needed.
4. Check that the water supply valves are turned
5. Inspect the filter screen.
6. Test for overheating
7. Test the water level switch
8. Test the timer control
9. Test the lid switch
10.Test the water inlet valve
Good luck !!!
- Inspect the water
- Test the centrifugal switch
- Test the motor