Question about Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines
When the washing machine does not rinse, or the cycle get stuck before rinse, that oftem means that you have a problem related to water filling / water level control.
To start, when the machine fills for rinse, it uses only cold water, and normally takes more to reach the water level.
If cold water hose has low pressure or is kinked the machine may take a long time to advance to rinse.
Check the water hose at the back.
If the water supply is OK, then the inlet valve must be tested, checking that cold and hot inlet solenoids are opening and closing the valve.
If inlet is OK, test the water level switch.
If the cycle can manually advance to rinse and complete the cycle I would exclude faults to timer board or motor controller.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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