Question about Washing Machines
I own a WIDL146 washer/dryer, it is 4 years old. Washing cycles seem to get stuck after initially pumping water into the drum. pumping out water and spinning works perfectly but is of course of little use if I cannot get a complete cycle to work. any idea what it could be and how expensive it would be to fix?
You could very possible have a faulty heating element. If water does not heat, the cycle will not continue unless you forward it by hand. Buy a reasonable voltage/ resistance tester and do resistance test across element. You should get approximately 25- 30 ohms. If resistance is present, look for reset switch in the vicinity. If not, connect tester to heater wires and set reading to 250- 300volt reading. Start the cycle one click at a time and note if the element voltage ever reads on the meter. If not, your timer must be replaced.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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