Question about Washing Machines
Hi, I have a Malber WD800 and it is not draining the water. I suspect the pump has given up and will need to be replaced. Apart from the draining, the machine works great; it washes, it spins, it dryes.
Before I get a pump, do you experts have any suggestions if there could be any another problem? Just thinking about altenative issues ...
Is it hard or difficult to replace the pump? I have to do it myself, can't afford an expensive service tech ...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open machine's service panel and check whether the motor spins. Let us know with your results and we will see how could we assiste you further.
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
The problem sounds like the motor to transmission coupler. If it is not draining or spinning you may find that the lid switch is inop.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
SOURCE: Malber WD800 - Will not fill
The thing making noise is probably the inlet valve, not the pump. The pump pumps the used water out the drain hose. Anyway, if the noise happens when water is trying to come in, the inlet valve is probably faulty. Onw way to get around this without repair is this: If you are hooking up to the sink, that means you are using only one hose to the machine. The other inlet to machine is probably capped off. Remove the cap, and the hose to the respective inlets, and reverse. You will probably have to change your water temp selectors on the front of the machine. If this makes it run OK, then you can later buy an inlet valve and replace at your leisure. For parts call 718-767-7396 in NY. I hope they will ship to where you are. Good luck and let me know what happens.
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Please perform the following
The first thing to check is the lid switch. Open the lid and you'll see a recessed spot that a tab on the lid fits into. Put a screwdriver into the spot, press down and see if you hear a click. If you don't, the switch is bad. That's if you're lucky.
It could also be something as serious as the transmission. Try this: In the search box at the top of the page, type in repair (brand, like ur Whirlpool or anyother etc) washer. A list of sites will come up with a bunch of troubleshooting tips and repair instructions. I used this to fix my washer a couple of weeks ago. Good luck.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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