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Changer timer on Haier XQG50-11. Now washer will not stop so dryer can run

New timer, now the washer will not stop so the dryer can run. just keeps going to next wash cycle (synthetics then Wool). Can not find anyone in Fla Keys that can fix.

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  • Deryl Feb 23, 2008

    I am going to try shutting the fill valve, It is the valve on top above the soap and conditioner tray?

    Thanks

    Deryl

  • Deryl Feb 23, 2008

    I think I'll try putting the old timer back in and see if The dryer works with it. I would love to have a service man but nobody in the keys knows Haier.

  • Deryl Feb 23, 2008

    I called that number and a recording told me to go to their web sight.
    Nothing to help on web sight www.haieramerica.com

  • Deryl Feb 23, 2008

    Mike, I live in the keys, in Marathon about 100 south of Miami and 50 miles north of Key West. Biggest store is Home depot. They don't have service people. Sears in Key West. Going to call them Monday if I/m really stuck. Don't like th idea of paying 2.5 hours travel time @ $80.
    Thanks for your help. I have the old timer back in so that I can a least do some laundry.

    Deryl

  • Deryl Feb 23, 2008

    I put the old timer back in and I get the washer to turn off but have to manually switch to rinse, spin etc.
    Do the have something like a maintenance manual? We have them for airplanes that explain about everything.

    Deryl

  • Deryl Feb 28, 2008

    I have users manual
    What I need is repair manual
    Deryl

  • Deryl Feb 28, 2008

    Machine is about 18 months old, where do I get maintenance manual??
    Thanks
    Deryl

  • Deryl Feb 28, 2008

    I have an ownwers manual, I need a repair manual.
    Thanks
    Deryl

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Manual you asked for is here

but i think your machine is very old one

you can also opt for a new one i think

thank you mam

good luck

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Hi,
this is just a suggestion but worth a try ?
When the wash cycle has finished, it is the job of the pump to disperse the water out of the machine.
Is the Drum emptying Of Water ?
Can you hear the pump emptying ? or visibly see water emptying from the machine ?
if not then the pump would be suspect ( this could be blocked ) usually hair-grips or hair or sometimes just soap-powder.
If the pump will not empty the machine, then the dryer will refuse to work, hence continually going to the next cycle ( round and round ) this could be a faulty sensor on the drum-pump.
i,d suggest check the pump firstly, then try operating the machine on a spin cycle. to see if it emptys.
finally turn off the water supply to the machine ( do not pre-wash or wash ) set the machine to spin, and see if the machine spins and emptys.
get back to me, if any of this helps you out. P.s 1 more thought. faulty or constantly open water inlet Valve. not shutting Off.
Good Luck Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

  • Mike Waldron Feb 23, 2008

    Hi,

    the valve should be on the water pipe inlet to the machine, tap to stop water getting into the machine.

    there are inlets usually built into the machine, these are a solenoid valve that the timer should signal to switch on and off when required. i,d fix it for you myself if i was out there. :) i was in Florida in November ( fort lauderdale )

    but don,t fancy the 5000 mile flight. good luck buddy.

    Mike @ Compurepair.

    p.s i can,t believe they don,t have any decent mechanical engineers in florida. Whats that all about ???

    Mike.

  • Mike Waldron Feb 28, 2008

    Hey,

    Ya Gotta go for It deryl.

    If ya go to home-Depot, they,re real friendly There. Probably cos they,ve all got shares in the Company.

    I remember It well. Orange.

    Our Equivalent In The U/K Is Homebase, Same Stuff tenth Of The Size.

    The Timers Not really A sophisticated Gadget, usually it,s just a glorified wound-spring coil, on a circuit Board.
    get Some WD40 While Your There, Or spray Lube, can,t remember what You guys call it there.

    Your Partially Sorted Buddy, And Even though it,s all a pain in the Ass, the knowledge and experience, is invaluable.

    Mike @ compurepair.

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Hi,

Can you please tell me if your getting any display as FL.

Waiting for your reply..

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Hello sir...

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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    Follow the steps below to select the proper cycle:
    1. Select proper cycle.
    2. Turn the knob clockwise. Make sure to line up the symbol indicator on the control
    panel.
    3. Push the power "ON" button.
    Cotton Cycle:
    Pre-Wash Cycle: The purpose of this cycle is that if you want to pre-wash heavily
    soiled clothes before the actual wash cycle begins. This cycle is configured in such a
    manner that it will go through Intense Normal Delicate wash cycles time
    mode and then the rinse and spin cycles automatically to complete the wash. The
    total time for this cycle is approximately 147 minutes when selected.
    Intense Wash Cycle: This is used for work & play, household linens, heavily
    soiled and cotton clothes. This cycle is approximately 120 minutes.
    Normal Wash Cycle: This is used for normal to lightly soiled items that needs to
    be washed. This cycle is approximately 80 minutes.
    Delicate Wash Cycle: This is also used for load of soiled items that needs to be
    washed delicately. This cycle is approximately 60 minutes.

    Synthetics Cycle:
    Intense Wash Cycle: This cycle is used for heavily soiled permanent press, silks,
    woolens, nylon and acrylic fabrics. This cycle is approximately 59 minutes.
    Normal Wash Cycle: This is used for a small load of lightly soiled items that
    needs to be washed. This cycle is approximately 42 minutes.
    Delicate Wash Cycle: This cycle is used for loads of soiled items that need to be
    washed delicately. This cycle is approximately 33 minutes.
    • If you set the machine to automatically dry after the wash cycle, the machine will
    wash and then dry without interruption. However if you press "No Spin" button
    the machine will drain and shut-off after the wash cycle is complete. It will not
    spin or advance to the dry cycle.
    • If you do not set the machine for automatic drying and do not depress the "No
    Spin" button after the wash portion of the cycle is complete (at "Soak/Pause"
    indication on control panel) the machine will stop. You must either:
    A) Drain Only: Prevent spinning by pressing the On/Off switch, advance the
    “Cycle Selector Knob” to “Drain” and again press the "On/Off" switch.
    B) Drain and Spin: Press the On/Off switch, advance the "Cycle Selector Knob"
    to "Spin" and again press the "On/Off" switch.

    Wool Cycle:
    Delicate Wash Cycle: This cycle is used for delicate fabrics that are often
    washed by hand. This cycle is approximately 32 minutes.
    • After the wash position of the cycle is complete (at "Soak" indication on control
    panel) the machine will stop. You must either:
    A) Drain Only: Prevent spinning by pressing the On/Off switch, advance the
    "Cycle Selector Knob" to “Drain” and again press the "On/Off" switch.
    B) Drain and Spin: Press the On/Off switch, advance the "Cycle Selector Knob"
    to "Spin" and again press the "On/Off" switch. Please note that if you press
    the "Spin Cancel" button before starting the Wool cycle, the machine will
    automatically drain and shut-off. Here you do not have to touch the control
    panel. The machine will not automatically switch over to the dryer function.
    Note: If the Spin Cycle is at "OFF" position before starting a cycle, the machine
    will automatically switch to drain and shut off. The machine will not
    automatically switch over to the dryer function.


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