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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: just gota new ewf1495 front
ngfam1 At your service!
With an error code Flashes the only way to find and to repair this is,
First unplug the washer and wait a few minutes then restart it like rebooting your computer when its acting strange!
If it corrects the problem GREAT!!! WE WIN!
YOU HAVE A ONE YEAR WARRANTY LET SERVICE RAN THEIR KEEP AT NO COST TO YOU!
If not only a trained laundry tech can make the electronic diagnoses.
Like we used to be able to fix my own cars, but not today they need diagnostic equipment!
Below I referred you to a great service nation wide!
If none of these tasks remedy the problem then here is a good company that's found nation wide.
A&E Factory Service
A&E has schedulers available to take appointments 24/7
And they do warranty work too, for most manufactures!
You will be fine
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Posted on Aug 31, 2008
SOURCE: Door Seal
not too bad a job
turn off mains. undo clamp that holds door boot to cabinet and peel off the boot.
the seal is then held onto the tub either by a large circular spring or maybe a clamp with a screw.
if it is a spring, then just force the boot downwards and pull outwards and the boot will come off.
if it is a clamp, undo the clamp and pull the boot off.
look at the new boot and you will see a groove that slips onto the lip of the tub. lubricate this groove liberally with washing up fluid or similiar.
start at the top and push the groove onto the lip. work in both directions round the boot forcing the groove onto the lip until entirely in position.
if a clamp was fitted, just put the clamp in the outer groove and tighten
if it is a spring, this is more difficult and you will find an extra pair of hands helpfull. stretch the spring and push into position in the outer groove.
fit the boot to the cabinet and replace the clamp
test for leaks on rinse cycle as water level is higher. there will be some foam from the washing up fluid.
remember to make a note of which way up the door boot was fitted as there is a top and bottom
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Firstly remove band holding front of seal then remove the screws from the door lock and push lock through.
Remove kick plate from bottom of machine &take out 2 screws holding front of machine.
Remove soap drawer &take out screws behind it then bring facia forward & slide to right to remove. Take care at this stage not to disturb wiring on cicuit board. An extra pair of hands would be helpfull to hold it.
Remove screws holding front as you did at bottom then lift and remove front panel.
Seal is now easily accessed.
Post back if any further assistance needed.
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: Mouldy Door Seal
Use tilex to remove the mold. Then see what happens. If the mold comes back right away it may be a problem with the rubber gasket not seating as it should. Let me know. And please rate my solution. thanks.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Bleach:Water solution 1:2 should kill the mould effectively.
What they should have told you when you bought this machine and what it almost certainly says in the owners manual is that front-loading washing machines, all brands, are prone to this problem. You must wipe the rubber gasket/door seal off when done using. Every time.
Dumb, I know, but necessary.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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