I have a 6 year old wg834txc indesit washing machine it washes normally but it will not spin what can be the cause. in my opinion it is that electronical part on the back and at the bottom of the washing machine. if you know the technical name of the part please let me know. i would be pleased to have a solution from you for my problem.thank you.
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Re: will not spin
When your water does not drain or spin, check the outlet filter first, then the pipe from below the tub to the filter. Your washer wont spin 'cause the pump/filter is blocked.
There is a small door on the front, below which is the place you have to clean out first.
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Hours? It sounds like your machine has a problem.. Have you tried clearing the filter on the outlet after the drainage pump? The Indesit only has a 1200 spin speed so it's not the most efficient drier anyway (rated B for spin efficiency).
Personally I dislike Indesit as they release some models which do not permit replacement of the bearings because the innner and outer drum assembly are crimped/pressed together during manufacture. Instead of replacing bearings and seals (At most about £35.00) you would need top buy a complete drum assembly at about £125.00, and throw away a large lump f stainless steel. Presumably Indesit want you to throw the entire machine away, and to buy a new one. Not a brilliant idea in my opinion, as it is unlikely that a frustrated ex Indesit owner will but an Indesit as a replacement, and that sort of wastage (bearings last around three years in regular family use) makes a complete nonsense of energy efficiency ratings. The cost of manufacture and disposal over a three year usage period will have a massive carbon impact in comparison to the energy efficiency savings even of the most efficient of machines.
The planet can't afford to buy cheap machines and then thropw them away.
Check your brushes in the motor.
Have a good torch with you.
You will see the brush holders and the brush sticking out.
With a small screw driver lift the brushes back up into the holder to see if you have any travel.?
A front loader can cut out a set off brushes about every five years.