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Nothing happens when switched on although light illuminate and huming sound heard. small amount of water in filter/drain?

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Your water valve If you are not getting any water, the valve is stuck in closed position.

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There doesn't seem to be any water coming out of my machine, although it sounds like its running, nothing is happening. the light is flashing on the pan wash


The most common reason is because the drain pipe at the entry to the garbage disposal is clogged. Place a pan under the pipe, remove the rubber drain hose, and clean the inside. Some states require a device called an "Air Gap". These tend to get blocked and prevent water from draining.

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Sounds like this could be a blocked/air-locked filter.

easy fix if so.

First. switch off the Machine at the socket.
Check your washing machine user manual for the location of the pump filter access screw. (Normally situated behind a front bottom clip out panel) ensure you have a few towels and a couple of pans/dishes at the ready before releasing the access screw, expect two or three litres of water to drain... as well as whatever is blocking the filter. (could just be an air blockage or a small object) replace the filter screw and clip off panel, switch on at mains.

Hope this helps.

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Machine does not seem to be filling properly, then does nothing else.


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We have a Haier DW12-PFE2-U dishwasher thats 2 years old. The cycle stopped yesterday leaving an amount of water in the bottom and all of the program lights are illuminated with a recurring beeping sound...


Refer userr guide on page 21. It reads...

When all the programme indicators " J" blink.

Have you checked whether:
the door is closed properly.

The door switch could be the problem or the door seal is pushing the door open. May need replacement.

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Washing machine EWF1087 Main light works, nothing else does, no display. Machine stopped half way through a wash, still full of water and clothes.


http://safemanuals.com/314159.php?k=0412aef66a84f8f875bfc5cd7f91d5c0&ID=281660&q=AEG-ELECTROLUX%20EWF1087
user manual.
http://www.home-appliance-kitchen-aids.com/washing-machine-repairs.html
troubleshooting advice.
Washing-machine-repairs - The washing-machine fills with water but does not start the washing cycle

1. The water level sensor or float switch may be faulty. If the unit does not sense that the water is at the right level nothing will happen.

2. When the water filling rate appears very slow, the inlet water filters may be clogged. Although not that common the inlet solenoid valve can jam and only partially lift.
3. The cycle timer or program circuit board may be faulty


http://www.washingmachinerepair.info/the_enquiry.html
Shows how it should operate.
There is a thermal switch inside the pump and this corrodes even after a year. If the filter is blocked the the pump has to work harder and so heats up (a lot). This switch is prone to staying open once it trips out.

SOLUTION
Isolate machine from mains and water supply.
Empty machine with drain hose and bucket at floor level.
Clean Filter out.
Turn machine on its side.
Remove electrical connections from pump.
Remove 3 screws holding pump (small leakage so get a towel).
Remove PUMP from machine. (be observant now)
Remove plastic cover over coil on pump.(its easy)
Thermal switch is soldered between 2 of the now 3 visible terminals. about 7mm x 15mm x 2mm in size
Remove small insulating cover and bend switch up about 30 degrees then flick with fingernail and blow out the dust or rust.
This resets the switch (horray)
Replace insulation on switch and bend back into position gently.
Replace cover over the coil.
Turn pump by hand (resistance should be like pushing 2 small/ medium size magnets together the wrong way)

Return pump to machine and reconnect pumps electrical connections. 2
Reconnect machine to mains (water and electric and waste)
Turn on machine while holding START and SKIP BUTTONS at the SAME TIME.
Leave it off for five mins then turn off and turn on again.
If it does not work straight away RESET again and Repeat as above.
SELECT PROGRAM AND WASH ALL YOUR TROUBLES AWAY.

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Quiet Partners III will not start. It blinks and then goes off. If I push the "Cancel" pad, it lights 2 and it attempots to drain (no water in tub) and then the light goes to 1 and within a minute it goe...


Sounds like the anti flood activates when water (even a small amount) appears on the bottom of the machiene. This is usualy a leaking pipe but can also be caused by a clogged pipe. Most machiens do have a plastic pipe that (from the flat water tank) feeds water to the bottom of the machiene in case of an internal fault. The anti flood is normaly a polystireen float with micro switch on the base of the washer. This automatically puts the outlet pump on to drain the water. Nothing else happens until you clear the water problem.

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Bosch classicxx dishwasher not working check water light on


he there,

sounds like there may be something caught in the drain pump itself.

can you provide me with the complete model # on your dishwasher please?

thanks

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Zanussi IZ 12 Washing Machine Front Load


Door not shut Check that the door is properly shut.Faulty interlock A faulty interlock might not allow the door to shut properly. Find your door interlock here and replace, or contact a qualified repairer.
No power Check the flex, plug wiring, fuse and mains supply for faults.
Faulty on/off switch Check the power light if fitted. Replace your on/off switch.
Water supply disconnected or off If a washer dryer cannot load water it cannot start a wash cycle. Check water supply.

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Hotpoint bwm129 making huming noise


Sounds like the rinse water can't come. Maybe the solenoid for cold water got stuck or a water filter needs cleaning? If the humming is louder, perhaps the drum motor (or drum) needs a little care or cleaning.

If all else fails, download the user manual and check the trouble checklist index. (Or; try learning your kenpo succession move sparring against laundry to clean it.)

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