My tricity bendix washing machine flashing and beeping end light
My tricity bendix washing machine has just started to make a beeping noise and the end light is flashing repeatedly, it seems that the machine won't spin during the cycle, it will wash then rinse then the light and beeping noise will start. can anyone help me with what this may be?
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we had something similar happen just before christmas. Our machine seemed to finish a cycle and started making beeping noise with end light flashing. Then when I switched it back on to do another load it just started beeping with end light flashing no matter what cycle was selected. Engineer has been out and advised that it is a fault with the motherboard so has ordered another one. Hope this is of some help. Machine was tricity bendix aw1400w.
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We had a similar problem, where it washed okay but didn't spin and just 'beeped' with end light flashing. When the drum was empty it was not moving round very freely.
Try unplugging the machine from the electricity. Then take top off machine off so you can see the casing outside the drum. There's a small rubber tube on top. If you disconnect that you can look through into the drum. Try turning the drum round slowly while looking through the hole. We found a sock wedged in which we managed to pull out through the hole (not easy and don't expect the sock to come out in one piece).
It worked - and we've had to repeat the procedure a couple of times now. Think I must be putting too much in the machine in 1 go, although there's always space at the top.
this appears to me that you have had one problem and created another, based on what you say i guess the original fault was the pump or a blockage in the outlet system, now you have dismantled the door catch and made that a fault, if possible replace the door catch with one that is known to work, then retest to get back to original fault
its a bit like "my telly doesn't wok it must be the on off switch" there's much more than the switch to anything,
hope i have helped, if so rate me please
not only check filter but when filter out check for foreign objects fouling pump impellor. (bra wires are the favourite) if pump impellor not visible, then put onto drain and listen for a low humming noise in vicinity of pump. this confirms that pump is powered but jammed.
all you can do after that is to check continuity of pump and check there is power to pump when on drain - assumes you have a multimeter