I am so sorry I am still confused...are you saying that everything I am doing is how it is supposed to be used or the time is broken. Should the timer be moving on to the rinse and spin part of the cycle or is that a whole other optional setting?
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? im confused are you saying its not filling with water or its not emptying of water , if its not emptying of water , yes its true the pump in it is driven by a motor and yes they d go bad and yes if the pump wont turn then yes it wont empty out , this makes sense to the blinking light of water detection you see ? ohh and most times the pump and motor are all one assembly , if it wont fill with water then you need to ck the inlet valves they get clogged or go bad too ) there is no motor that is assoc with these valves that I know of
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Sorry but with such a major fault it is virtually impossible for anybody on this forum to remotely guess what is wrong with your washer. It could be internal wiring/plugs sockets, control panel switches, control PCB. I fear that your only real option is a service call as the engineer will have the right equipment to safely diagnose what is wrong.
Sorry again and good luck,
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France, Thur evening 20:42, nothing on TV yet!
Presumably this is the first gear driven machine you have owned?
Do they say that the very, very loud clunking noise is normal for this particular machine? If so I suppose there is nothing else you could do- except, maybe, demand they demonstrate on another identical washer.
Obviously the most important thing is to protect the machine's future should it malfunction especially when out of warranty. Try to get them to put something in writing acknowledging the fact that you are concerned. That's what we would do in the UK.
Sorry- hope this helps!
Sorry but your post is a bit confusing. You have 'Problem with the Frigidaire Affinity ATF7000ES Front Load Washer' as the title but then go on to say 'My dishwasher is liking water'!
Anyway whichever it is, and I presume it is your washing machine, you say it is still under guarantee so clearly you should invoke that guarantee anyway. No-one else should touch it.
Firm advice ;-0)
bearings may have gone but the marks on the clothes sounds more like the door seal pull the door seal away from the drum slightly and see if it's dirty you get a grey slime caught in the seal give it a good clean