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Re: machine stopped for no reason
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.
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A possible answer is that the machine runs for a short while and then stops. So check water supply filter is not blocked, pipe kinked, outflow pump clear and that the filter is clear.
THE biggest cause for any machine not to work is actually the pump out pump and filter are jammed probably thru stuff not removed from clothing, coins (will nicely smash holes in machine) paper and fluff. Also check for overloading, frankly most people overload machines. Just a thought, nobody has turned the water off!
Your error codes may be on the machine or service booklet. The above are the most frequent generic problems.
It sounds like the dial is broken. You can call your local appliance store and order the part for cheap. Installation is easy enough to do yourself if you would like. Just make sure the power is disconnected.
Check to make sure that the filter in the pump is not clogged. Open the little door on the bottom and have a towel ready as there will be some water in the pump. Turn the dial slowly and let the water seep out. Pull out the dial and if you see any kind of debris, (lint, coins, etc..) Clean out all of this and put back into place and your machine will work fine. The reason for this is that the pump is designed to pump out all the water in an 8 min cycle if it exceeds the time limit the machine just stops. Hope this helps you out.
to reset the dial, switch the power off, then turn the dial to a dot on the selection then switch the power on, the light should flash about 3-4 times this should be it reset.
for the machine to start doing this mid cyle though usually indicates something is wrong, i would hazard a guess at the pump filter is blocked and the mahine was trying to drain at the time it started clicking.
the best thing to do is empty the machine manually by placing the outlet hose into a bucket or large dish, once empty remove the plastic kick plate on the bottom of the machine and behind this you will find the filter.
before you unscrew the filter you will need to place some towels or old cloths on the floor as there will still be water left in the pipes, remove filter and any foreign objects (possibly coins, hair clips etc) and then screw back in. job done.
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hold the start button for 5 seconds this should clear previous program. then select drain on your dial. press start as normal and machine will drain. if this does not work the only other remedy is with help, making sure the end of the drain hose is higher than drum at all times take machine outside, lean it back at 45 degrees agaist a wall with a towel or similar covering lid to stop scratching . working from underneath loosen the large jubillee clip that connects the drum to pump drain hose to the drum. As the drum is overfull there is no recepticle large enough to fit under so just let water just flow away. Dry every thing off. make sure you don't loose ping pong ball in filter and make sure filter is clear. refitting is reverse of removal
My Belling integrated washing machine will not stop at the end of the cycle. My partner had accidently moved the dial during mid-cycle. We have tried to reset the machine by turning it off and then moving the dial around to the stop section of the dial. However when we turn it back on it waits for a while and then continues to click around with starting any cycle. Can anyone help? Thanks.