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Trying to locate fuse in washing machine

Last time it was turned on, it blew the fuse in the electricity mains fusebox. Have repaired mains fuse but now washing machine shows no power light (or electrical response of any kind). Can anybody advise me where I can find the washing machine fuse location please?

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  • larry_kin92 Jul 26, 2009

    Thanks for your reply onetatm8,

    Sorry, I should have also mentioned that the machine has been leaking a little water previously. My guess is that this probably is the cause of the fusing problem as it happened as the machine was filling and before the actual wash began. My hope is that I can locate and rectify the leak, but I do need to also locate the fuse (if it exists) and replace it with a new one.

    So I am still looking for the *location* of the fuse Please.

  • larry_kin92 Jul 28, 2009

    Thanks for the advice Rob, i should have mentioned that this is an Australian Hoover 1100f front loading washing machine. Fuses are not built into plugs at all here. Have checked the loom (removeable cover) with no joy - just wires. no sign of it to motor or pump or from the rear view of the controller. am reluctant to remove that as it means removing from dial which i don't know how to do. any advice on removing the dial safely? It is recessed & plastic.Cheers & Thanks!

  • larry_kin92 Jul 28, 2009

    Cobber!
    Gotcha Rob, thanks for that, must admit to having posted on another similar site also. the advice there hinged on the 'obvious' in plug fuse (buncha Poms i'm guessing ;-)
    just find it hard to reeally believe there's no fuse, even if you're right with your prediction :3(
    in the bush here, tas, things move slowly. will post the end result in time but think i'll ring around first - and hope. $$ being far rarer than Flying Pigs at the moment .....

  • larry_kin92 Aug 12, 2009

    Sorry for the delay in responding Rob.

    You were right, (TIP / NO FUSE / SHOP) am now on the hunt for a replacement.

    btw. i googled Tasmanian Devils Stunt Team but with no joy. Any links out there?

    Thanks again

  • larry_kin92 Sep 04, 2009

    NOT "Generic problem for all Washing Machines"

    Instead "Generic problem for most FRONT LOADING Washing Machines"

    Better late than never!

    Most *front loading* washing machines have a rubber boot (seal) which the door closes into to prevent water leaking when the machine is in action.

    In time these boots tend to rub / perish and will then leak water. If the leak is near the electronicly controlled door latch, this will short the power to the machine which will then cease to function.

    Replacing the blown door latch switch will bring the machine back to life, saving the need to purchase a new machine.

    Of course this job is only to be performed with the electric power disconnected.

    Fixed! Learn something new every day.

    Solved by OP. Thanks to all advisors.

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If it bows the mains then dont try it again!
get it checked out ASAP!

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  • ROB Jul 27, 2009

    i doubt that it would have a fuse but if it did it would have to be between the motor & the cord! [Disconnect the power cord first!]

    so the only other place would be in the loom to the control panel!

    just follow all the wires but as i said i doubt it would have one

    I hope this helps!

    Cheers Rob

  • ROB Jul 28, 2009

    OZY! OZY! OZY!

    OY! OY! OY!

    Im in nsw

    ok it seems that the motor has dead shorted & needs to go to the TIP! lol

    Dont try removing anything else as there is not going to be a fuse there either!

    its a SHOP JOB!

    Good luck! Rob.

  • ROB Jul 28, 2009

    im from tassie m8 you may even know of me as i had

    The TASMANIAN DEVILS STUNT TEAM got my world record car crash in 1980

    Cheers Rob.

  • ROB Aug 12, 2009

    i googled it too with no luck & as all my stuff was stolen i cant show any body anything but the ADVOCATE has archives on my first live show there in 1976

    there is other stuff in other papers around OZ

    I had big show in Launy [ suicide on wheels] worked with Dale Buggins doing ford ad etc. & mad max aspen

    lots of stories lol

    ok good luck with the washer cobber

    Cheers rob

    Ps : Google my uncle TEDDY SHEEAN from Latrobe

    Victoria cross is coming soon

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