Question about Haier HLT41E Top Load Washer
This twin tub washer was bought in 2006 and in less than 2 years the spinner began to play up. Sometimes it would only spin lightly, while other times it wouldn't even spin at all. Then other times it would spin perfectly, until the next time it decided to not spin at all. While the washer section always worked well, the spinner has given me trouble.
According to the receipt, the appliance has a 5yr warranty, which expires in 2011. However, I have since bought an automatic washer, but would like to have the twin tub fixed as a second hand washer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Intermittent wash cycle
If there is a filter on this model, make sure it is clean, a lot of fluff and other stuff can accumulate in the filter preventing the water from draining fast enough. Sometimes the pump can get blocked with the same effect. Tom.
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
Good Day.... I feel for you... Unknowingly,When they purchase it. Many people have the same experience in finding service for products such as your experiencing.
Of course, it's our hope and belief, it's not ever going to have a problem, some people are lucky. Me neither... mine is in computers... but that's another story.. Just believe me, I understand ... but I'm going to try to help... why I picked up this call, is because I find it to be interesting, about the comment about the clothes gathering into a ball... Generally, that happens in relationship to the amount of water, inside or lack of it. If the clothes are in a ball, that's why they're coming out wet. Nobody makes a washer that can do that.
I want you to check the drain line...(that's the hose to water uses to exit) Is the hose at any point, higher than the top of the machine (it's supposed to be) ... if not siphoning may be occurring.
Also check to drain hose at the inlet, where the hose goes into the wall.. it must allow air to get in here as well. I have experienced some indifferent situations before, if the hose in stuffed into the stand-pipe, or taped,glued, sealed.. if there is no vacuum break (meaning-place in which air can enter) that to can create a siphon. Ge was known for having a washer that made the kind of bang you describe. It was their normal method for stopping the clothes basket from spinning forever. I hope this answer works for you, otherwise resolving may continue to be difficult. One piece of information you'll have received, is what you will and won't recommend to buy when you hear others having conversation on buying a major Appliance. Sometimes it's all we can do... I wish you best... dean
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Aha! Mine was doing the same thing and I also noticed that there was some excess water in bottom of the tub - not the tub that the clothes go in but the one that that tub is sitting in. Does that make sense? Anyway, I cut the zip tie that holds the drainage hose, brought the hose as close to the house as possible and siphoned the excess water out of the tub. After this I tried a small test load and it worked no problem. I think the fact that there was this excess water left in the machine made the load too heavy to start the spin cycle.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: I have a RWT350AW washer
if it is still washing then your not in real trouble in most cases the problem is to do with your water pump have hubby take the hoses of and see if any tubes are blocked if not see id=f the water pump is turning if not replace it then you should be right as water pumps often fail within months as to poor line production in some cases
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
SOURCE: spin cycle doesn't work
bad drain pump or clogged drain line. some units have drain trap you can clean,if so you can clean it out yourself but will make a huge mess if you don't pinch close the drain hose between the tub and pump.
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
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