Question about Washing Machines
Possible fault with the timer controller unit. But to come back we can start with the program sequence.
1. On switch on does tthe water flow in?
2. If so when the water level is reached does it switch on the motor?
3. If the wash cycle continues and then stops to drain, does the water fully drain out? If not check the drain pump, drain valve, open clean and set.
4.After drain does the watter fill up, If not then the timer is nott allowing the inlet valve to open. Possible fault in timer.
5.If water comes into tub but does not rinse, then the timer does not contact the motor.... possible fault in timer.
So since the cycle stops at the rinse cycle, you can check the drain pump, drain valve and the water level sensor for dirt, open and clean.
If howeverr allthese seems fine then the timer can be the faulty component.
Try to choose another program and see if the fault changes. If so the timer is comfirmed and if you can manage with the working program, decide or estimate cost of new timer.
Hope my advice helps
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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