Dirt like pebbles left in the bottom of the washer after the cycle is complete
I have an Admiral washer and after a cycle there are dirt like pebbles left in the washer. I am assuming dirt is trapped under the aggitator? How do I remove the aggitator to clean under it? And could there be another problem/solution?
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Troubleshoot your Admiral Top Load Washer that has these following ... The machine will not complete cycle (fills but won'twash or agitate) I recalibrate it and it ... my washer will not startbecause of lid latch it is an admiral.
usually problem with digital washing machine is on the program module, exactly in the water level sensor, please check the hose that connected to water level sensor, make sure no dirt blocking or clogging the hose. also you can clean the tube under the pulsator, usually there is many dirt blocking the hoseline.
if dirt is not being washed away it is most likely you have a clogged screen before the waste tube.
Depending on the model. Dismantling the dishwasher takes place inside it and under it where the motor is located.
One possible solution to your problem could be as follows... Could have been little regular soap or something put in that made it suds up causing it not to drain. Pouring vegetable oil into the dish washer tub will remove the suds. After running vegetable oil for about 5 minutes, pour 2 cups of vinegar in to the tub and run it on the hottest longest cycle with no dishes in it. This will clean the residue out and what ever "gunk" may be in the internal parts. Use Only powder detergent. No gel and No tabs. These 2 cause a build-up over a period of time of use and reduce the performance of your machine especially in a Bosch. This should take care of your problem.
I have noticed this same problem and wonder if it because my FP washer wasn't draining properly and dirty water couldn't get out. See my post on "eco smart won't drain, smells hot". I found one of my husband's socks when I removed the black motor/white plastic housing on bottom of washer. tip washer back and you'll see this electric motor. My post tells how to remove it. then you can look into that small space and see if there is something plugging it.
I am waiting on my replacemt motor, and hoping all the dirty streaks are gone. the water I drained out after i removed the sock was really grimy and gritty with dirt. I'm sure the sock has been holding a lot of junk in the bottom of the tub and it would end up on clothes during spin cycle. My issue has been going on for a few weeks and then the motor finally smoked which led to the sock discovery!