Wash machine There is a washing machine for sale (ref above) but I want to know hold old this model is and what is the size of the drum (load?). Are they still available new and If so, how much very roughly would I expect to pay? Is this something you can help me with, please? Many thanks in advance. Gen
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The whole top of machine must be removed.
unplug electronics and hoses remove upper splash ring remove cap in center of agitator remove bolt holding down remove .
remove inner tub Nut center tube should lift up and out.
next step if your changing shaft is all from bottom.
lot more down there. Take picture b4 and as you remove for ref. to resemble
..."Kg MODE Indicator". On Cotton and Synthetic cycles, during the first 4 minutes of the cycle the intelligent sensor will weigh the laundry and adjust the cycle time, water and electricity consumption accordingly. ...
More: The intelligent KG Mode sensor weighs the laundry and adjusts the cycle time, water and electricity consumption to suit the size of the load. This gives you the optimum consumption even if you are only washing one shirt.
The intelligent KG Mode sensor
During the first minutes of the cycle, the "Kg MODE" indicator remain on while the intelligent sensor will weigh the laundry
and adjust the cycle time, water and
electricity consumption accordingly.
• Through every wash phase "Kg MODE"
allows to monitor information on the wash
load in the drum and in the first minutes
of the wash it:
- adjusts the amount of water required;
- determines the length of the wash cycle;
- controls rinsing according to the type of
fabric selected to be washed it;
- adjusts the rhythm of drum rotation for
the type of fabric being washed;
increasing, if necessary, the amount of
water during rinsing;
- adjusts the spin speed according to the
load, thus avoiding any imbalance.
Have you ever cleaned the lint trap? many people do not realize that washing machines have lint traps too. It is usually located under the fabric softener cup in the agitator -- not sure on yours without model number. It has a lot of tiny holes in it that clog fairly easily. One trick to clean it is to put it down in the drum where the wash goes and run a wash cycle, but you may have to do a bit by hand as well. Hope this helps.
Remove the front lower panel, screws underneath. Drain off water. Be prepared for more water. Check filter for clogging.Sometimes when the load is unbalanced & the machine cannot adjust the load it stops.To avoid this make sure your wash is mixed with big and small clothes. If this does not work remove the rear panel & check belt, should have half inch ‘give’.Still not good, remove belt, unscrew 2 bolts that hold the motor, unplug the motor connector, lever the motor back with a screwdriver.Check the motor brushes, if it is any shorter than 5mm replace brushes.
The lint filter should be in the agitator. Pull the softener dispenser off the top of the agitator and check for a filter. You might even find that the agitator shaft is very dirty. Put through a warm wash with a solution of 1 cup vinegar to one cup bicarbonate of soda and let it go through complete wash. This should solve the problem.