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Error code f13 on kenmore he3t elite washer
F13 often means a problem with the dispenser motor. Sometimes the fix is as simple as pressing the release tab at the back of the dispenser drawer, pulling it out and then replacing it. (This works if the linkage between the motor and the drawer has twisted.)
Other issues can be junk blocking the sensor that indicates that the drawer is fully seated (and locked into position). Try removing the drawer again and cleaning it and the area where it fits into the washer. The drawer motor needs to be able to move the drawer between 4 different positions. You should be able to see if the linkages are moving if you take off the top cover of the washer.
If those steps fail, the problem could be the wiring harness between the dispenser motor and the CCU (control unit) or the motor. You will need to add a comment with the full model number of your washer. There should be a sheet in the washer (behind the control panel) with some information on testing the wiring of the washer. With the model number, I may be able to provide more assistance. (The model number is usually on the inside of the door opening for a front-load washer. Kenmore models will have a three digit prefix (manufacturer) and then the rest of the numbers give the exact model.
I hope this helps.
on Apr 10, 2020
E2 error aftron washing machine
Aftron Top Load Fully Automatic Washer 5kg AFWA6070P
- Type: Top Load Fully Automatic WasherLess priced, have a shorter wash cycle and have single tub for washing.
- Capacity: 5 kgIdeal for smaller families (3 to 4 people).
on Apr 10, 2020
My router died. Started fine, sounded like spindle lock was dragging but spindle was turning, Stopped running. Has power to plug, spindle freely turns but motor doesn't work
The router motor has much in common with the humble vacuum cleaner motor - the first routers used those motors.
The series-wound brush-type AC motor is electrically very noisy and self-generates many spurious currents so these motors are perpetually trying to destroy themselves. It should never be a surprise when the internal insulation fails and the motor begins to run slow and sounds as though something is dragging.
These motors need a good supply of cooling air so it is important to keep the ventilation system clean. Without lots of cooling air a hard working motor will quickly overheat with the same result.
The most surprising thing about these motors is just how durable and long-lasting most of them are.
Your router will have to be dismantled and examined. Assuming the power is reaching it and the switch is good it is possible the speed control (if fitted) has failed or if you are really lucky a motor brush has stuck or worn out - that often sounds as though something is dragging.
on Apr 08, 2020
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