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There are manuals and troubleshooting guides online. Go find them.
The buzzing noise may be a symptom of the problem. If the main motor cannot turn, it will stall and buzz. With the power disconnected and the unit pulled out, try to turn the main pump motor from the bottom (They are invariably in the center of the
unit on the bottom of the wash tub). If that turns freely, something else is buzzing which may or may not be a problem. Try to find out what is making the noise. Note: If you cycle the unit with it pulled out, it will be obvious if the motor can turn or not.
An old mechanics trick (Old trick, not mechanic): With the unit pulled out, and exhibiting the problem: Take a 1/4" wooden dowel (do not use metal!!) and press it against the little flap of your ear so as to cover your ear canal. Do not insert the dowel into your ear! The dowel will mechanically conduct sound to your ear. Now, with the dowel on your ear, probe around the bottom of the unit, listening to find the loudest buzz. You will quickly get the hang of it.
When you have found what is buzzing, you may have found your problem. You may not recognize whatever you find is buzzing. Consult the online documentation.
The buzzing may be the water inlet valve. It may be the pump motor that has ingested something that keeps the motor from turning. It may be something else.
I am guessing that the buzzing is not good, but it could be benign. When you have found the buzz, consult the manuals & troubleshooting for further instruction.
I have the feeling that this problem will ultimately be resolved by a service tech., but good luck anyway
The first step is to gain access to the pump, bring a flashlight and see if the pump motor is moving by looking for some rotating part.
At the same time, ensure that it is the motor that is buzzing.
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My Loewe Aconda 81 HDR TV will not turn on. When I press the power button the green light comes on but the red light stays on with it and after a few seconds the green light goes out and the red light stays on. Any help please.
check the relay that sends the power to your lights, its probabbly giving u that problem...if its workin properly check the light switch all of this apply if u checked the fuses firts and u found no problem there
That means that there is a leak that passed throught the waterproof system, and the water protection system had reacted putting the machine on error mode, as the water can damage electric parts, and cause serious hazard.
Sometimes you can reset the error by unplugging power cord, however you should call immediately a technician, as using the appliance when there is a problem with the waterproof system, you can be seriously injured by electric shock.
The green light indicates the unit thinks it is out of water. Take of rewervoir; make sure the inlets are not plugged. Open the little plug on side, clean tank w/ clear water only, and shake out all water completely. Put it all back together, but leave reservoir off. Turn on and run unit "dry". Your should hear a "flutter" sound as the unit trys to pump water from missing reservoir, the heater/steamer should be sizzling hot & pressurizing. THEN the green light if ome ON, asking you to switch it off, refill & install the water reservoir. If things don't happen in that sequence, you should be able to determine what is wrong.