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Re: how to re set the timer
This indicates that you have a fault , unfortunately it does,nt tell which fault, as anything on your machine can cause this. The most common things are brushes in the motor , blocked or damaged pump, heater main selector or control module. The problem you have is that there are far too many possibilities to go through them, but check pump and motor first Good luck
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If it has a reset position, indicated by a black spot on timer dial, there can be 3 of them.
Set timer to this position, switch on and let water pump out.
Switch off and reselect prog if it still does the same then you have an anomaly (fault).
you will need to call anengineer.
This a common problem with Indesit washers..
It is not a timer but a programme selector switch.
What you need to do is the following.
Switch the m/c on, let the drain pump empty the water, then switch the m/c off.
set the selector switch to one of the black dots on the dial, which is stop/reset.
Then switch washer back on, if the dial still keeps going round and round, then you are going to have to call an engineer, as you have what is called an Anomaly (fault).
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these machines will do this if the timer dial has been moved during a cycle, they have a memory chip on the main circuit board.
they also do this if the machine has a fault with the exception that they dont stop, the doorlock light flashes and the timer just keeps clicking.
try setting the timer to a dot on the settings then switching the power on, the doorlock light will flash a few times, turn off again select program then switch back on, machine should now be reset and work ok, if not then count the flashes of the doorlock light as this indicates a fault code.
hope this helps
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to reste your timer you must put it on one of the black dots press the stert button and you will see the door LED flash rapidly now the timer is reset. But if after doing this it cotinues to click round thet would indicate a fault poss a pump or blockage, brushes in your motor or a motor fault, heater or control module. There are far too many posssibilities to go through them all. Good luck
My Belling integrated washing machine will not stop at the end of the cycle. My partner had accidently moved the dial during mid-cycle. We have tried to reset the machine by turning it off and then moving the dial around to the stop section of the dial. However when we turn it back on it waits for a while and then continues to click around with starting any cycle. Can anyone help? Thanks.
My machine clicked round, although I did not have the water overflow. I managed to unlock the pump filter, on the front of the machine under the lower panel. This was fiddly. I removed a coin. The machine worked again, but two cycles later starting clicking round the timer.
I called an engineer - it worked when he was here, he checked the element and pump and said it was OK. When he had gone, it clicked round the timer again! He came again, and once again it worked perfectly when he was here.
Eventually I checked the pump filter again, and removed another two coins. At the moment - it is working!