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Flooding DS603 I suspect the the lid closing mechanism. How to do I operate the machine when open, so that i can check on the mechanism. I am technically qualified.

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Hi now to see if the lid is closing open the drawer and on the left and right sides of the drawer you will see a round plastic locking tab.In the middle of the tab you will see a molded center that you can grab with long nose pliers. Grab hold of the center and pull them out away from the drawer. now once you do this pull the front cover down gently and remove the earth wire attached. Now close the drawer and select a cycle and push start.When you push start look to the bottom left and bottom right and you will see the lid actuators. are they the screw type or the solonoid type?now if they are the screw type then you will see a threaded rod screwing down as the lid closes..The side that could be faulty, or not closing properly, is the threaded rod that doesnt come down as far as the other one.On your other question there is a micro-switch at the end of the sliding rail that activates when the drawer is closed.see how you go and if you need further help please reply.please turn off power before you remove the front cover.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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Can you bypass a lid switch


Yes. You need to determine if the switch is normally open contact or closed contact after which you bypass it. The hard bit is probably finding a spot where you can get at the wires to by-pass the switch. If you can find this spot, remove the wired, place an ohm meter across the switch and open and close the lid a few times. I suspect you will get a reading when the lid is closed, meaning you just join the wires together to bypass the lid.

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HOW TO TURN OFF THE TRUNK OPEN ALARM



The 2012 Camry's trunk lid has a 'trunk open' alarm that shows up on the instrument panel as 'door open' red icon. It also turns on the door open beeping sound so long as the trunk lid is open. This is normal and is usually not a problem..

However, if you should need to carry a large item in the trunk and can't close the lid, be prepared to listen to the incessant door open sound with no means to turn it off!!

The trunk lid alarm 'switch' is operated by the trunk latch when you open or close the lid. By manually operating the latch to it's closed position, you can temporarily silence the alarm.

Using a small screwdriver, you can easily press the actuator and turn the alarm off.

Picture 1: trunk lid latch in the OPEN (Alarm ON) position.
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**WARNING**
YOU MUST RETURN THE ACTUATOR TO THE OPEN POSITION (ABOVE)
(ALARM ON) BEFORE YOU CLOSE THE LID. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY DAMAGE THE LATCHING MECHANISM
**WARNING**

DO THIS WITH THE TRUNK OPEN LEVER OR WITH THE REMOTE TRUNK OPEN BUTTON.

Picture 2: trunk lid latch in the CLOSED (Alarm OFF) position.
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IF YOU TRY TO CLOSE THE LID WITH THE LATCH IN THIS POSITION YOU MAY DAMAGE OR BREAK THE LATCHING MECHANISM

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Washing machine takes a long time to start and the cycle sometimes stops and starts suspect it has to do with a magnet in the lid?


Hi - as there a few diiferent models each with its own means of testing the lid switch, YOU CAN CARRY OUT THE TEST THE HARD WAY.

With a continuity tester remove 2 screws top rear of the machine, on the right side (from front) you can see two leads with the looms normally black tha runs under the top cover. remove the plug and test between the 2 wire terminals; lid down closes the circuit, open lid opens circuit. If this is the case either replace reed switch or read below.

CAUTION**** Cutting & join the looms will have drastic consequences; if the lid was opened, machine will still operate and can be dangerous whilst on spin.. DO THIS AT YOUR OWN PERIL.

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Sometime the wash cycle stops when the spin cycle should start.


From what you're describing it sounds like the lid switch is faulty. Open & close the lid slowly & listen carefully for the click of the lid switch. If you do not hear the lid switch, you will need to replace the lid switch. Other testing will require accessing the controls & using a meter to make some more checks with. If the motor is not running & the lid switch checks good I suspect the timer. If the motor is running in the spin cycle but the basket is not spinning I suspect the drive block, basket drive, transmission or clutch.

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I have just bought a used, 6 year old, Estate washing machine. I have it all hooked up in my apartment and have already had to troubleshoot many problems, namely it flooding my laundry room. Now, I can't...


Ok I suspect you have a broken lid switch. themobilian_122.jpgSwing up the controls and first check the water level switch for: pinch tubing. tubing not connected, blow out the sediment in the tubing from when you moved the machine. Make sure that tubing is tight on the switchthemobilian_123.jpgNext check the lid switch connectionthemobilian_124.jpgLook for it to be plugged into the lid switch on the case of the washer. In my hand there is 3 wires to that switch 2 hot wires and one green ground wire. Jump them 2 hot wires and see if it will spin or pump out. How to swap out that lid switch:

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Water is now filling, washing going round in drum but not rinsing or spinning.


Spinning and Rinsing require a safety switch to be enabled by the closing of the washers lid.

Check around your lid and washer lid opening to find the mechanism that is used to activate the safety switch mounted just under the lid opening inside your machine. Sometimes it is a plastic plunger(protrusion) on the lid that mates with and opening(hole) in the machine around the lid opening to cause this switch to close. Other times it is on the hinge side of the
lid and the protrusion is formed right into the metal of the lid itself to push a plunger on the hinge side to close this safety switch.

Most spinning problems on machines are cause by this lid safety switch. Washing machines cannot spin if the lid is not closed and this safety switch is not working to switch power to the spinning motor.

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Frigidaire Laundry Center won't pump out water


The resistance of any mechanical switch is, practically speaking, 0.0 ohms.

If you are checking continuity across the two terminals of the lid switch, just use the continuity setting on the multimeter. If you get the audible signal with the switch closed the switch is good.

But, the lid switch has nothing to do with the drain function. The lid switch just keeps the tub from spinning with the lid up -- (given the picture at the top of your post is the machine in question).

If the mcahine won't pump but otherwise operates normally, first, I would suspect the pump could be malfunctioning.

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Leaking from top dishdrawer when closed


I realize this is an old question but for anyone else looking for an answer to this - yes, this can be owner rectified if you don't mind a bit of fiddly work in confined space. I fixed the lid on my to drawer about a year ago and works fine so far. I can't remember exactly now but what i did was to remove the drawer to access the comparment and exposed the plastic actuator mechanisms which lower the lid. If i remember correctly it was the little motors which operate the actuators that needed servicing, cleaning if i recall. What i suspect is that once a flooding condition occurs as a result of a protruding object blocking the closing of the lid the motors get dirty and stop working thus perpetuating the problem.
ps. the trick to removing the drawer is to push in the plastic clips which secure the sliding rails
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Some machines will agitate with the top open but need the lid closed to drain/spin. Your machine should have a hidden lid switch attached to the lid hinge. This "arm" is probably out of position and will need to be bent slightly to engage the switch. You should hear a faint mechanical click as you open and close the lid. The cabinet will have to be removed from the machine to correct this.

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