Question about Washing Machines
Look from the begining check water flowing into the drum when the program starts. If flow is less into the drum check inlet valve clean if clogged.make sure thepower plugs are tight and all connections to the control board ,motor,water lever sensor.now check on the drainhose to which is fitted the drain pump. Remove and check for dirt in the inlet side of the pump were the filter is fitted.Make sure there is no dirt from the drum to the drain hose.Now fix back and start the program.if you notice aprogram shut down during wash cycle check if the water level pressure sensor is faulty.if not,there can be loose connection in the program controller or a possible fault in it.
Repeat the wash process and test at the time of shutting down.
The voltage check of the motor must be taken to confirm if the motor drive is stopped. If so even a malfunction in the motor drive is possible
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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