This could be one of several faults- is the washpump windings overheating and cutting out the thermal overload? check for heat in pump body, is touchpad failing intermittently or is power card faulty? Try these and let me know how you get on, Colin
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sounds like it could be a defective cylinoid switch...this will not allow water to flow properly through the machine....this is located at the water connection....try replacing and reconnect water...good luck
Possibly heater fault....if you set unit to, for example, a 40 degree wash, the machine will just keep washing unit it reaches selected temp, then drain and do the rinses. If the heater is open circuit then it will wash and wash and wash until the module times out because it is not getting there and continue to rinses, making the programs excessively long. (You may also find, if it has a display that it sit at 0.01 for a long time at the end of the cycle. Not sure of your model as you have not posted it, but if you go through the test below you can test the heater. 1. Put main dial to off 2. Press and hold start button whilst turning dial one click to left (easycare 30). 3. When display show 8.88 or two of the progress light come on, release the start button 4. Turn dial anticlockwise to 90 cotton (take the long way, NOT thru OFF or you'll have to start over) 5. Press start The tub will fill a little and if the heater is ok, after a few minutes you will hear it 'kettling', the drum does not turn during this test. If you have a meter that checks amp draw, if the heater is ok it should read around 9 amps. Hope this helps
hi have you tried turning machine off at plug for a min then power back on put on a cycle press start. wait till it starts to fill and press stop and hold down the reset button till it beeps and wait till door unlocks. Or a quick way to open the door is unclip the foot kick stopper at bottom front of machine and pull the emergency door open which is a thing peace of hanging plastic. if none of this works try starting a cycle then press stop soon as it starts to fill and turn off on machine not at plug. hope this helps.
mcdevito75 here, I too have a Mr. Coffee, coffee maker 4 cup. The instuctions shold be just about the same for both our Mr. Coffee mavhines, ------ With a new or clean filter in the machine fill the pot 3/4 way full of White Vinegaar the pour that into the resovior, place thepot back in place on the machine and start the machine up, let the vinegar cycle thru, when done the vinegar is now in the pot, empty the pot back into the resovoir, and cycle again, this time 1/2 way thru the cycle or pot half full stop the cycle for 30 mins. this will keep the vinegar in the machine and claen all the little ports. After 30 mins, complete the cycle. repaet this 2 more times. Then repaet once the machine is cool but this time use plain water, repaeat plain water cycle 3--4 times to clean out all the vinegar, Mr. Coofee needs claening when you notice coffee brewing has slowed down or maCHINE STEAMS TOO MUCH DURING BREWING CYCLE.
ok, try this before you consider removing the bowl. 1st-- buy 2 pkts of bicarb of soda. 2nd---make sure machine has no clothes in it. 3rd-- empty the 2 pkts of bicarb of soda into the bowl. 4th-- select traditional wash mode , high water level, hot water fill. 5th-- push start. 6th-- let it fill and wash for about 5 to 10 min, then turn the machine off. DO NOT LET THE WASH CYCLE GET TO THE DRAIN OUT STAGE. ok now the machine is full water and bicarb of soda and turned off, LEAVE IT TILL THE NEXT MORNING.-- In the morning select traditional wash mode, high water level, hot fill , then push the start button. let it go thru the complete cycle and all the lint and dirt should be removed from the bowl. by the way once it has started to wash lift the lid and see if the agitator is working. good luck and please reply to tell me how you got on.
sorry to ask you this but are you sure the flakes are rubber? usually the black flakes are lint from the clothes. to help combat this problem try this.1- buy 2 pkts of bicarb of soda or baking soda, 2- select high water fill. 3- select hot water fill.4- pour soda into an empty machine. 5- shut the lid and push the start button. 6- let it fill and wash, let it wash for about 5 to 10 min"s , do not let the water drain.7- turn machine off after letting it wash for 5 to 10 min"s , and leave the water sit in the bowl overnight . 8- in the morning start cycle again and let it go thru complete cycle. this should get rid of most of the lint. you might have to do this twice depending on how dirty the plastic tank is. please reply 4 more help and good luck.
Remove the brew basket and water defuser (sprinkler head) it should come off with a 1\2 turn.
Place your measuring pitcher or empty pot in place.
Turn the main power switch off in back of unit.
Press and hold the Brew(full pot) button.
While holding the Brew(full pot) button turn the main power button in back to on.
Once the red light flashes over the Brew(full pot) button release it, then press it once to start the brew cycle.
Let it flow until desired level in pot or measuring pitcher.
Press the Brew(full pot) button once to Stop.
Press the Brew(full pot) button once again to lock the settings into memory. Memory will store the settings even if machine is unplugged.
Half pot button is automatically set.
When it stops, do all the lights go off at the front or does it just stop washing?
If all the lights go off then i would be looking at a problem with the touchpad, if it just stops washing-does it try to refill or rinse again? if so there may be a problem with the level switch on the wash tank or it may be as simple as the washpump overheating and cutting out on its internal thermal overload-this self resets when cool ..
Hope this helps,