My wife and I just moved to Europe and are trying to figure out the washer in our apartment. I know this is int he wrong forum, but I figured my 2400 couldn't be that much different than the 2402.
I think it is a washer dryer combo.
The pull-out drawer thing has a spot on the far left for softener and 2 additional spots for detergent. If we are washing plain clothes, where do we put the detergent (I think it goes in the middle one, but I'm not sure).
I found the power button, but what does the button with the tub thing do (in the middle) and the E button (I think that is the efficient mode).
I think we then set the wash knob to b (we'd use a if we want a presoak). How do we get the dryer to work? Can I wash clothes and not dry them? What if I just need to dry something (like I get caught in a rainstorm)?
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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.There is no way to change the water level. It washes by spraying the water over the cloths as it moves around.
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The tub shouldn't bang on the inside of the washer cabinet, as you already know. That is not a "normal" way for it to fail. Rather, I suspect something else. First try this: If you have your washer right next to your dryer, the washer itself is probably banging against the dryer during specific times during the wash - but most likely during the spin cycle. If you spread them apart a little bit - or stuff a towel or two between them, you may find that it stops banging. The washer may also be hitting something other the dry, too. Check all around the washer - try to keep and inch or two between it and anything else. If it still is banging - then something else is causing it.
E20 = draining issue. The most common problem is a blockage at the drain pump.
This can be checked by a DIYer with general hand-tools.
1st. Unplug the washer! We don't want to get shocked.
2nd. There is a lower panel on this unit which can be removed by removing two screws at the bottom. Remove this panel to gain access to the drain pump area.
3rd. Find a big diameter black hose coming from the bottom of the wash tub and follow it until it gets to a plastic housing with an electric motor sticking out the side. (there will be a smaller diameter hose coming out of this plastic housing as well this is your drain hose)
4th. Remove hose clamp on large black hose and remove hose from pump (water will flow! be ready)
5th. Check hose and pump for blockages... One of the most common is under-wires from the wife's bras. Spin impeller of pump to insure that it moves freely.
6th. Put it back together in reverse order of taking it apart. Try unit out by starting a cycle without clothes. Then put it in a spin cycle to see if water drains.
Go to appliancepartpros.com and type in your complete model number. There are some excellent exploded view diagrams of your entire unit, complete with part numbers. Another source you can try is searspartsdirect.com. I hope this helps you.
broken coupler. device between motor and gearcase, look under washer behind the motor for small plastic and rubber coupler. may be worn or broken. cheap part/fairly simple fix. parts house will run ou through the process or i can provide details when you are ready.
Do you hear if motor is running (an humming noise) ?if you can then It sounds like a
badly worn belt that slid on the tub (the washer succeed to spin-
depending on clothes weight in tub) . Open the rear panel, check for
belt status and if it really worn,replace it with a genuine belt from
the manufacturer. Be aware you should disconnected power cable from the machine before starting work on it. Come back if you need more help...