Hi there please can you assist me.
My washing machine has an intermitent error.
"Sometimes it will complete the cycle and then it wont continue again for awhile.
The machine starts to spin, but slows off and stops, then it will try again and again until the bell signs and it stops altogether.
I have noticed iIt seems to draw a bit of water to balance the load if it does this then it normally continues with its cycle, but if it does not draw to balance the load it just cannot get going through the cycle.
I have managed to manipulate it slightly by removing on of the plugs on the board but then it start off very rough and I have to try and hold the drum to stop it bashing everything. If it spins with this plug off it generally spins very fast and then it allows us to use the machine without trouble for about 4 or 5 washes. CAN YOU ASSIST ME PLEASE>
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purchase a couple of washing machine cleaners from a local supermarket or homeware store. there will be on the console two buttons with a * next to them, turn the machine on and press both these buttons. the machine will display "tcl" normally, insert 1 cleaner into the drawer where detergent goes and press start. run a couple of times to make sure it has all flushed through
CL means that your washing machine's CHILD LOCK is ON. You can find two
buttons Temp and Options in the panel. Turn ON the machine, press these
two buttons together for 3 seconds and that's it. It might have a
little kids face above a lock key, in between the wash and rinse
buttons, hold these for 3/5 seconds and it should work.
If problem remains unresolved, revert and i would tell you few more methods.
Door Eventually Opened. Checked all components and found that a thyristor on the main PCB had blown up. The main board is all encased in a epoxy resin so I am forced to buy a complete new unit instead of fixing it. The thyristor costs a couple of bucks but the complete board costs heaps. Who ever designed the system like this must have been in cahoots with the parts supply section. They obviuosly made sure of their future trade.