Hi i was wondering if you could help.
i have recently moved in to a flat and the above washer and dryer was already installed and i desperately need to get my hands on an instruction manual because otherwise im going to end up with clothes 10 times too small!! you seem to know your stuff, can you help iv looked everywhere!!!
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Click on Electrolux (below FIXYA)on this website, type in your model No & search. You will get a shortlist; click on your model,below the page u will get Manual/Guides. Click on the blue - voila! u hv your manual on line!!
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It seems unlikely as if the motor brushes were worn I would expect problems making the motor turn at all.
It would seem that a number of owners have had the same problem and it is due to the load sensor thinking that the load is not even. If it thinks the machine will be subject to excessive vibration it stops the spin progressively.
I don't know how the machine checks for uneven load, there must be a vibration sensor, maybe it gets worn and needs replacing, but I suggest you redistribute the load and spin again. Make sure the machine is level and not rocking.
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check the drain filter is clear / pumping efficiency good. possible blockage in side chamber on righthand side. fan motor assy on top of chamber may be faulty. a condensing water valve could be faulty its the dual cold valve that the cold hose connects to without it you just get a steam and hot clothes.
did you happen to solve the problem? I am having the same exact issue
with mine...washes fine, but won't do the spin cycle. it spins counter
clockwise really slow at first, presumably to balance the clothes, and
then starts to spin up clockwise (to do the spin cycle) but then
whinnies and then stops....!