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Re: remove panels from ZanussiWDS1183W
Once uve got the lid of there about 3 or 4 screws on each side brass coloured undo 2 on each side closest to the back once uve undone them down the side panels at the bottom ull see a plastic cover with a hole in the middle put a thin tool into the hole and pull to the side this will show u another screw on either side undue these now go to the back undue the screws at the back now last thing for u to do is the suspension springs at the top u will need to lift the washer tub up whilst leaving the frame work on the ground once u have lifted this get a flat screwdriver and squeeze it under the spring head which comes up and over were the first screws are that i told u to remove u need to get those springs out so u can pull the sides away from each other and pull backwards m8 might sound hard but its not
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To check the drain pump first see if you hear it when it is agitating if
it is it is unlikely to be the drain pump. If you hear it in spin or
drain cycle check the filter.Some have a small cover in the lower front
put a screwdriver in the hole and turn counterclockwise to remove. There
will be a cover to remove, water will come out so be prepared with a
towel or wet vac. Clean this out. Other Machines will need to access the
drain pump to get to the filter. This can be done by removing the back panel on some washers. On others you will need to remove the lower panel or complete front panel depending on model. The filter is located inside the large hose from the tub to the pump. Remove the hose and clean the filter.
If you hear the pump making noises you will need to remove the drain
pump and check for obstructions, broken impeller, or not spinning
freely. Remove obstructions if it does not spin freely replace the drain
pump. If you hear it hum replace the pump.
The struts can cause squeaking noise or vibrations. You will need to remove the back panel , top panel, or lower front panel then run machine to check if the noise is coming from the struts. If it is replace the struts
If the motor hums, rattles,or squeals replace the motor. This is easy to do. Remove the back panel then run machine to check for noises.
Check the belt for making noises by removing the rear panel and then running the machine, if it is making any noise replace the belt
To check the rear bearing remove the back panel
and listen for noises or any water leakage around the bearing. If any
noise is heard replace the rear bearing. Check with service manual all
bearings are not repairable. The outer drum may get damaged trying to
replace this bearing on some models.
To remove the front panel, you first need to remove the Top COver / Worktop. It is fastened at the back. Remove or unclip it at the back and push it back and lift the Top off. After which, you will be able to remove all side panels and front panel.
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It's not easy but you need to remove rthe front panel the Drain Pump is on the right side in the back. Poor design for access. Here is a pic if FIXYA will let me post.
What is the issue? ND error on pump out? Do you have the FAV6800A/FAV9800A Service manual? I feel you will need to work on the machine. If so you can't get it from Servicematters,com anymore.........Rich
Here is the pic
Drain Pump is on the right back side. I have the Was Tub removed for Outer Tub bearing replacement. Motor Controler is on the left side.
The pump could get foreign materials in it. This can cause all sorts of problems. This repair manual will show how to access. Page 75 says to tip back the machine and remove 4 screws after removing other items.
Remove top cover and rear panel.
Remove belt and drum drive pulley.Remove clamp that secures door seal
Remove top control console panel.
Remove door lock.
Remove screws top and bottom holding front panel, remove front panel.
Remove spring clips holding plastic drum front, lift to one side plastic drum front cover.
Tap drum shaft to remove drum from container, remove bearings.
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Drain pump screen is clogged. If its makeing a bad grinding sound the pump will need to be replaced. Otherwise disasembly of the machine is required to access pump area to clean out screen. Dextrous people can probaly do this from the back or underneath unit. Its difficult and I don't recomend it to beginers or people who arn't handy. Easiest/prefered method: (This is the one I use.)
Method A units that have a bottom access panel. ie: front panel not one seamless peice.
-lean back against wall for easy access.
-remove two #2 square screws form access panel.
-Loosen clamp holding hose to tub. (Big black one around 2" in diameter.)
-remove and clean screen.
-reassemble machine and test pump operation.
Method B units the have seamless front panel.
-remove top. 3 screws @ back, slide top away from machine to remove.
-remove 2 screws holding console onto chasis.
-remove 3 screws @ and behind disp area.
-Remove console. ( tab may be holding to front panel @ middle bottom use putty knife to pry up.)
-remove 4 screws holding front pannel @ top to chasis.
-remove 2 screws holding frong pannel to chasis inside machine. Acess from top. (some models only.)
-remove bottom screws either 4 or 2 usally 4.
-remove two screws holding door lock to front panel
-remove spring from around bellow.
-remove bellow from front pannel
-remove front pannel. Tilts forward and lifts up off supports. (some models only.) or pannel ifs up and off from white tabs in side of chasis.
-unhook wires to door lock from front pannel. (plastic molex tab)
-may now access pump like in method A.
-access pump area
-remove drain hose to pump by looseing clamp and pulling off.
-remove hose to tub by losseing clamp and pulling off.
-remove power connection at back left of pump.
-unscrew two philips screws holding pump too base plate. (only one is really required.)
-clean pump screen or add one if not present.
-replug in power
-test pump operation
Electrically Isolate the machine
To access the pump the front panel needs to be removed, first the machine top needs to be opened,
at the joint between the machine front panel and top insert a flat blade 4" from each side to release the lid catches, tilt back the top to access the internal screws on the front panel and remove the front by lifting off it the bottom brackets.
Ensure the machine is empty of water, to do this lower the waste drain pipe to floor level and clooect any water in a suitable container.
Tilt the machine back 45 degrees and remove the drive belt and bolts for the pump, remove the hoses from the pump, refit in reverse order.
The drum comes out through the front on this one.Take off kick plate and remove screws holding front panel to frame. Take out soap drawer & remove screws behind it. Take off band holding door seal & peel seal back.Remove 2 screws holding door lock &push lock through. Pull control panel forward at left side &slide to right to remove being carefull with board & wiring.Remove screws holding top end of front then lift slightly &remove front.Remove back panel &take wiring off heating element & pump. Disconnect the pump hose at the drum end, disconnect the hose from the soap dispenser, note that wiring is fastened to the drum at several points and will need to be disconnected. Remove panel from behind control board then carefully move everything away from the front of the machine, the drum can now be lifted clear.
Forgot to mention unplugging motor but common sense will prevail.
If you need any further assistance please post back
remove the fount panel it is held in place with 2 phillips screws located ant the bottom of the frount panel,
use a putty knife and locate the top holding clips push in with the putty knife and lift up on one side of the top repeat for the other side
once the top is lifted up push down on the frount panel and it will come off
pump on the right side check drain pipe for blockage also while checking pump
naturally drain the tub if you have a wet dry vac fastest way
first remove the top
then the front control panel.
disconnect any wires connected to the circuit board.
then remove the front panel with the door intact. to do this you must unscrew the the screws in the top and bottom and remove the screws for the door inter lock as well as undue the door gasket from the panel.
Then you got to remove the concrete weights. and pull the pegs in the legs from the drum side.
Then you got to dissconect the drainage at the bottom of the drum from the pump
remove the wires from the solenoid and disconnect the pressure switch from the small plastic tube.
undue the tubing from the soap draw to the drum
remove the clips near the springs.
undue the front metal panel which the board was connected to and remove the drum