Re: Electricity goes off when machine start turning
I had the same problem,I disconnected the heat element at the back taped the cables up.and now its working again,but only cold wash the heat element is at the back,it sits under the drum size 4cm x 10cm good look
Re: Electricity goes off when machine start turning
Thanks for the reply. It is not the motor. The machine ismaking all the program with cold water but as soon as it start warming the electricity goes off. I suppect the heating element? What do you think? Is is difficult to change it myself?
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If the water inlet is faulty the water flow will only stop if you turn the wall tap off...
If the fault is in the machine the inlet will stop when the machine or the electricity is turned off.
If the water flow stops when electricity is halted it indicates that the inlet is functioning properly. There are a number of things which can cause the inlet to not turn off, such as the water level sensor is faulty or blocked. It could even be that the motor controller is faulty.
Unless it is a simple inlet change I recommend that you let a technician look at your machine.
Problem is too much soap. Wrong soap. Press and hold: SPIN SPEED & SOIL LEVEL buttons--then press POWER button.
Wait for door to lock.
Press the START button (6) times--this will fill the tub with hot water to the maximum setting when it stops filling.
Press the START button two more times--this will enable the tub to tumble.
After 3 hours--turn "off" the washer.
Turn the washer back "on".
Select the shortest wash cycle (usually "quick wash") and press "START". This will rinse out the tub.
Take off electricity wire, Open the filter from the front( maybee need to remove a rectangular cover.) turn the filter anti-clockwise. take out the hairneedle or coin. (the water will come out from the filter so make preparation with towels., see inside the filter if something is stucked around the small propellar. Turn the electricity back on. choose for example pumping program or centrifugeprogram. After that the machine should work.
If machine is leaking only while filling then remove soap drawer and clean this out, also clean inside drawer housing, refit and test. If you still have this problem your water pressure may be to high. Just turn the tap where your hoses are connected so your pressure is reduced. If problem is still present then you will need to remove top from machine and check pipe under soap box.Then be very careful but while top is removed just fill machine and see if any leak is visable. MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT TOUCH ANY WIRES, AND NO CHILDREN ARE NEAR YOU.as many people forget that electricity has no fear of killing people.
Your heater is coming on with no water in machine hence smell sounds like pressure swith is jammed on depending on make could be blockage in pipe making switch think water in machine swith on heater...Remember electricity can Kill...proceed wit h caution....Find hose and give it a clean check also chamber
The contacts for the outlet pump have fused together in the programmer so that as soon as you apply power the pump motor starts running.
Remove the power first
Quick check is to take off the back panel locate the pump and remove one of the supply leads
put some insulating tape around the end of the lead you have taken off in case it shorts out then put the power back on and try the machine, it should then fill and start to agitate .
If that works then you need a new programmer .
Turn off the power , replace the lead and then put the machine back on to drain out the water
I'm not familiar with your machine but usually there are nozzles above the soap drawer which squirt the water on to the detergent compartments at the appropriate times . If you can take out the soap tray have a look to see if the nozzle bit has come loose and is pointing towards you...also check that the outlets from the soap tray are not clogged with...soap.
Failing that, you could partially turn off the water supply to the machine so the pressure is reduced. Sure it will take longer to fill, but you won't get so wet.
Hope this helps. If this "fixes ya", I'd appreciate a rating for my reply, If not, please delay the rating and add a comment with any extra info you have and I will try to think of something else.