Hello. My Creda IWD12 has this problem, where it gets halfway through the cycle then the dial just slowly turns and clicks. You have to do a combination of turning it off and on again, putting it on 'pump out', and putting back on to where it left off (usually rinse/spin). Anyone else had this?Thanks in advance! Sue
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This machine has a variable spin-speed setting. You can set the spin-speed RPM (between OFF and 1200RPM) using the smaller dial located next to the main wash programme selector dial.
I hope I'm not stating the obvious, but appliance "faults" are often simple and don't require taking the machine apart or calling a service engineer. If you've already tried the above suggestion and your washing machine is still spinning slowly, please post back and I will try to assist you further.
I own a Splendide 2100; it is installed on my sailboat. I love it, but it is a little picky. To do a "dry only", set the time you want and then ensure the dial is on "Reset" (doesn't matter which one). The LED should flash very slowly indicating it is ready to run a cycle. Turn the dial to the "Dry" indicator of the dry cycle you want. You will hear a very short gush of water (not sure why it does this) and the dryer will start. If you want to stop it before the time runs out, turn the dial to "Reset", power it off for at least a minute, then turn it back on. You should hear the lock click letting you know you can open it. Don't force the handle or you can break it.
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I wish I could be of some help but the same thing just happened to me! I have also had this washing combo for almost ten years. I haven't yet tried looking at it as it just broke. I can be handy but I have never looked at a washing machine before. With out looking at it I wonder if it could be a belt not letting the spin cycle work. Maybe the dial is broken? If you have found a solution to the problem I would love to hear back from you.
If the m/c completed the wash cycle, it may be that the clothes have not rinsed, or incorrect prog selected, or incorrect temp selected,
Check to see if the drum actually goes round with clothes in, as a worn or broken belt will obviously stop the clothes from being washed.
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As far as I remember it goes like this.
take the filter in your hand and turn the knob counter clock wise intill it almost comes off. Then gently shuff it into the filter hole. Push it in as far as you can and than tighten it again.