I have an LG washing machine and it is washing well, but is not taking in the fabric conditioner. According to the manual if this is not working a code will become visible on the front panel; but this is not happening. After each wash the fabric conditioner is still remaining in the compartment.
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You absolutely right to wash the filter and this is recommended approximately once a month on a smaller machine such a cordless.
The surging or pulsating noise is caused by a restriction in airflow which is usually an indication of a blockage. If this is happening since the filter was washed then the immediate thought would be whether or not it was dried sufficiently before being replaced and whether or not detergents were used. Detergents of any kind are a 'no' when washing our filters, which need to be done in cold water only.
Overall though, if the machine is pulsating we would recommend having a look at the following video (please note the model in the video is different but the principal remains the same).
I hope this helps but If you continue to have difficulty, please give the Dyson Helpline a call on 1-866-693-9766 (US), 1-877-397-6622 (CA), 0800 298 0298 (UK). Our experts will be happy to talk you through some further diagnostic checks when you have your machine easily to hand.
Over the years I've lost count of how many companies stop selling replacement filters for their long deceased production vacuum models or that filter replacements are becoming increasingly difficult to source. There are usually universal "microfilter" replacements which are easy enough to find and cut to size, but if you can't be bothered to do that, there are ways around to renew your existing filter even if the manufacturer or the user manual states that the filter cannot be washed.
You see, any filter can actually be washed - if it is a single cloth filter - as opposed to a micro pleated section of many layers sewn together. If you have such a filter, a single cloth filter which the user manual says cannot be washed, this is a blatant lie. Remove the motor filter as normal (usually found at the bottom where the paper bag goes) if it is embedded with dirt and wash under a hot tap of water with either household washing up liquid or soap. Once the filter has been completely cleaned, place the filter into a pillow case and chuck into an electric dryer on a low heat. Instead of waiting 24 hours normally for a filter to dry to room temperature, you'll cut your waiting time by a day simply by allowing the gentle heat from the electric dryer to circulate around the pillow case which holds your vacuum cleaner filter. Once the filter is completely dry to the touch and does not feel damp in any way, install back into the vacuum cleaner.
I have also done this with HEPA paper filters which apparently are not washable according to the manual, and to stop the plastic cartridges from bouncing off the walls of your electric clothing dryer/tumble dryer put an extra towel or cloth into the pillow case to minimise damage. What is then revealed is a new, dry and clean filter which can be used again instead of spending lots of money trying to source a new one.
At the same time, if your vacuum cleaner has a soft bag, take it off and put it into the washing machine to give it a clean lease of life - but you won't need to put it into a pillow case to dry in the electric dryer - simply chuck the bag in to ensure it gets dried properly before putting it back onto your vacuum cleaner.
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My guess is that the fabric that yoiu sucked up is stuck in your hose. Take the hose completely off of the machine and run something long (straightened out clothes hanger will work) through it to remove the clog.
According to the manual on your machine, you can either have a broken belt, or the switches to the self-propel switch, and brush switch are in the off position. I have included a link to your manual. Please look at pages 13-14 under troubleshooting.