Facia panel keeps breaking/bleach ruins clother/water level too low and doesn't clean well
My facia panel keeps breaking.
When I put bleach in the bleach container it gets bleach spots on my clothes, ruining them.
There isn't enough water to get the clothes clean.
The washer vibrates way to much.
Do not use bleach, if you do you will get a bleaching effect,the new machines use less water, do not volume overload machine.
mix the load to prevent uneven out of balance spin and check feet are level.
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linear measurement is a length measurement and you have given an area measurement
facia timber comes in a set width and thickness so all you have to do is measure around where the facia is to go and that length will be the linear measurement of the facia board
so you get that measurement and go to a timber yard and say you want so many feet of facia board
Place clean thicky cloth on level surface, open lid, at rear. Facia gentle apply lifting pressure to rear facia either end, held in by small plastic lugs, so be careful when applying lift, should pop out exposing speakers. Rest common sense and apply no undue pressure.
contact maker and order a new FACIA PANEL, no known maker/supplier of transfers.
OR,,, get the manual and by reffering to the user instruction book there MAY be a layout diagram of the controls on the Facia and you can put stick on labels to guide you until the new Facia arrives
I have just replaced the facia on mine. It is a TKD795/4 so I would imagine yours would be very similar. Around the inside of the door are 10 starhead screws; 4 along the top and 3 down each side. On mine it is the 2 end screws along the top and the 2 middle screws down the sides that hold the facia on. It is best to remove one screw at a time to establish which ones hold the facia on and which hold the door together. The short screws hold the door together and should be replaced and left in place. It is the longer screws that hold the facia on; these only need to be undone enough to release the facia panel. Once you have undone the relevant screws, the facia will lift up enabling you to release the 2 clips at the bottom. Replacement is reverse of removal. Hope this helps.
You didnt give a model number, but I will assume it is a top loader with a level selector knob. Is the stem still visible, or did everything break off? You can remove the facia panel with the phillips head screws on each end, and by removing the program selector knobs by pulling straight out. The level selector is fairly simple to replace. there should be two wires and a clear rubber tube. get your new part from an appliance part store ( less than 30 dollars). unplug the machine, and transfer the wires to the new part one at a time keeping them in exactly the same place. undo the hose clamp ( if present, sometimes just held on by pressure fit) and connect the pressure tube to the new level switch. re assemble the facia panel, plug the machine back in, and give it a test.
those are usallly just clipped on thier those are notourious for breaking when you take them off.......... i know a few service techs that just hate those becuase thier is no good way to remove those and most of them break them in the process... if u wanna try use a putty knife to try and pry it loose but i warned you on the possibltiy of damaging it... hope this helps
you will need to completely remove the front facia (bumper to get access to the fog lamp assemblies as they are bolted in from behind. No big deal. There are a few screws along the top of the facia under the hood along with some plastic push pins ( you may want some extra ones on hand before starting this) There is a screw where the facia meets the front quarter panels in the wheel wells and there are about 8 push pins along the bottom of the facia that need to come out. Then lift out. No sweat right! For real though it isnt. Just a side note, while you have the facia off you now have easy access to the windshield washer pump motor. This is a perfect time to remove the pump, clean the screens and flush your resivor tank out. Getting clogged pumps seem to be common place on hyundai's vehicles. Please let me know if this helps.