I just had to replace the module and the selector switch because the module short-circuited and eventually blow up.
today I finally replaced all the part, but the selector switch keep spinning on it's own and the red light flashes every 8sec.
i turn it on and I can see and hear some water flushing in but after something like 10 min it stop and the selector keep spinning.
I would be more than grateful for all the possible help you can give me!
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
The often found cause of this problem is the door interlock. There is a
safety feature to stop any operation while the door is open. If this
becomes faulty, the washer may still not work even when the door is
closed. Check that when closing the door, the catch is activating the
switch. To test the switch, first make sure the WASHER IS NOT PLUGGED
IN, then use an electrician's meter to test the resistance across the
switch. You should put the two electrodes on the contacts at the back
of the switch. When the door is closed, the resistance reading should
read a very low value.
Another possible cause for this is a fault on the timer. You should
inspect the connecting wires for any sign of burnt plastic or charring
on the spade connectors. You will need to replace the timer if this is
Please dont forget to rank me.
All washing machines have a pressure switch , it is a rubber tube leading into the outer drum and up to the switch, located up on the frame top rail under the lid, if this tube becomes blocked with dried detergent suds it wont function, gently pull of the rubber tube from the switch and suck and blow through if you can or push a piece of flexible electric wire through it then blow it again and reconnect and test.
DONT pull the tube out of the drum or you could have a leak, that\'s why I said GENTLY.
it could be that the pressure switch is not clicking off and will only allow the machine to drain the pressure chamber could be blocked take the small pipe off the pressure switch and blow down the tube to see if clear and blow into the pressure switch to see if it clicks it might reset if no click faulty pressure switch no joy let me know
F70 and F71 are two logic board error codes that point at a
communication error between the main logic module and the control pad
(user interface and CCU), and between the motor control unit and central
control (MCU, andd CCU that is main control module).
Repair is difficult, as motor, wiring and voltages from control modules must be tested. Try first doing a reset, by disconnecting power cord or tripping circuit breaker and leaving power off for five minutes.
If that does not help and errors come back, then the best thing to do is calling the service number listed on the user manual.
Here extensive explanation of error codes and relative troubleshooting: F70: CENTRAL CONTROL UNIT HEARTBEAT FAILURE If
a Central Control Unit Heartbeat Failure is displayed, no communication
is detected from the Central Control Unit to the User Interface.
1. Check for continuity of the User Interface harness. 2. Check wire harness connections to the User Interface and the Central Control Unit. 3. Replace User Interface if drum is rotating. 4. Replace Central Control Unit if drum is not moving
E62: Overheating during washing this is real ans now iam giving u more tips abt error - E11: Difficulty in filling during wash phase E13: Water leakage. E21: Difficulties in draining . E23: Malfunction of drain pump triac. E24: «sensing» circuit of the component (triac) that controls the drain pump faulty E33: Incongruence between closure of anti-boiling and 1st level contacts of pressure switch E35: Water level too high E36: «sensing» circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch faulty E37: «sensing» circuit of 1st level pressure switch faulty E39: "HV" «sensing» circuit of anti-overflow pressure switch faulty E40: Door open, Interlock, wiring or main PCB E41: Door open E41: Problems with aperture of door E42: Problems with aperture of the door E42: Problems with aperture of the door E43: Problems with the triac which actions the door interlock E43: Problems with the triac which actions the door interlock E44: Door closure «sensing» circuit faulty E45: Problems with the «sensing» circuit of the triac that actions the door interlock E51: Motor power triac short-circuited E52: No signal from the motor tachymetric genetaror E52: No signal from the tachymetric generator Procedure for checking commutator motors E53: Problems with the «sensing» circuit of the triac which powers the motor E54: Motor relay contacts sticking E61: Insufficient heating during washing E62: Overheating during washing E66: The contacts of the heating element power relay are always closed E71: NTC washing sensor faulty. E82: Error in reading the RESET/OFF position of the programme selector. E83: Error in reading the programme selector code E93: Incorrect machine configuration. E94: Incorrect configuration of washing cycle E95: Communications error between microprocessor and the EEPROM E96: Incongruence between control panel version and configuration data E97: Incongruence between selector version and configuration data EA1: Drum positioning system (DSP) faulty (top-loaders only) EB1: Incorrect mains frequency EB2: Mains voltage too high EB3: Mains voltage too low
E32 INCORRECT CALIBRATION OF ANALOGIC (ELECTRONIC) PRESSURE SWITCH. IF THE MACHINE IS DRAINING OK, THEN IT IS THE SWITCH E32 relates to the electronic pressure switch, normal pressure switch,inlet valves,poor water mains pressure and finally the main control board E90 means theres a fault on the main control module so A;will need a new control module or B; get an engineer to try re-configureing the module
hi there.......from your description of the fault it would appear that your motor is short circuit.....remove the plug from the motor replace the fuse and switch the machine on...if the fuse dosent blow replace the motor..be careful its also possible the control module is also damaged
regards Sir Galahad
Hi - had a similar problem with about 3 different makes of washing machine - the RCD switch on the main household fuse box was continually tripping . Nobody could give me a right answer . Eventually ended up with a Hotpoint . Felt sorry for the delivery guys from the electrical retailers having to keep dragging machines in and out .