On starting the machine, you can hear some water going in. Then it stops and a notice comes on where it usually tells you how long the cycle has left. the notice says H2O and it doesn't complete the cycle, it doesn't even take the soap powder away out the draw.
Could you please help and advise, as I have tried everything.
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Close your faucet valve on wall & unscrew your hoses to check screens on hoses & machine. Clean out well. See that the water pressure is good. Refit, check for leaks. If this is not the problem change your inlet valve, it is easily done.
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If you still don't have water going into machine you have to plug off the wall mains, open the top of your machine to see if the three tubes are connected to the dispenser tray. Connect securely & check for leaks before you close the top. You did not say there was any leak, so this may not be the problem; it could only mean that the inlets were clogged. Another way would be to clean out your dispenser tray.
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Hi just read you posting.Now fortunately I have the same machine.Just a couple of questions.--1-- does the machine flood at the start of the cycle when it is filling for the wash or in the rinse cycle? 2---At anytime while it is filling does it start to wash? Now try this for me, Turn the machine on at the start of a cycle so it starts filling and then when you hear the water going into the machine turn the power off at the power point. After you turn the power off at the power point can you still hear water coming into the machine?Please reply with additional information to the questions because with those questions answered I will tell you the exact fault and guide you throe the repair.
where the hoses go into the machines you will notice those valves are controled by solnoid switch thats what starts and stops water flow as you turn selector knob you should hear them click if that turn off water supply remove hoses from back of machine check if filter screen is in place and that there is no trash keeping valve open p.s switch from hot and cold to see which one needs to be replaced or repaired
turn the machine off at the wall , leave off for 30 secs , switch back on
and push the start button
give the door an extra shove as this may not be fully closed
the on/off button will be a push in type , the start button is usually much smaller
Yeah I've seen that happen a many of times. Take the back of the control panel off and where your load size selector is you'll find a little hose that's suppoed to be attached to the side of it. just reattach it and you'll be back up and running.
Almost all washing machines use a pressure tube that tells the washer when to stop filling with water. If the tube comes off for some reason the washer will never stop filling and that's an instant flood if you don't notice it quick enough. Also a hole or puncture of any kind can be causing ti to never stop filling as well.
this can be more than one fault but try the following: take top off. find the pressure stat - this is usually a round device with usually 6 elec connections or so and a small diameter hose going to it. unclip the hose and blow hard to clearv any blockage. also check hose for any split. leave this hose off and connect another hose of same diameter. start machine so it fills and pressurise the hose by mouth. you should hear a click and the water stops coming in. if none of this works, then there may be a fault with the main module
possibly no part at all.
take top off and locate the pressurestat. this is usually round with up to 9 elec connections and a small diameter pipe as well.
take pipe off and blow down hard and check no split in pipe.
to check pressostat itself, put on a piece of pipe of the same diameter. put machine on fill and gently blow into the pipe ie pressure. you should hear a click and the water will stop coming in
Indesit washing machine error code 3 (F03)
On certain Indesit washing machines, if the on off light is flashing 3 times, with a slight pause, followed by flashing a further 3 times, or if it is didplaying F03 you have an error code that is explained as follows - NTC fault - check Thermistor and module connections.
The NTC is the thermistor, which is a modern-day thermostat. It’s inserted into a tube in the heating element and is filled with heat sensitive crystals that change their electrical resistance according to their temperature. By knowing what electrical resistance the crystals have at given temperatures they can tell the water temperature.
With this fault the NTC is either faulty, or there’s a dodgy connection to or from it or there’s a connection problem where it connects to the main PCB.
It’s not something you can easily fault find yourself unfortunately, apart from if there was an obvious broken wire.