Question about Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer
The washer has been stopping during or after the wash cycle. It then begins to beep about 1 time per second. The 3rd and 4th light in the wash cycle and the first light in the rinse cycle are lit. The manual says I should unplug machine for 60 seconds and then start again. If I do this it runs through completely fine, but then the next time does the same thing. I have also just powered off and advanced it to the rinse cycle it works fine at that point as well. I probably should tell you that a few days be fore this problem started my 11 year son tried to help Mom and in the process overloaded the machine with his bedding including the pillow. The pillow was destroyed n the machine. Good heart. Little experience. One of the tub support brackets broke and we repaired it.
There some simple solutions but may not always work but everyone should try. underneath when the water pump engage with the tub. there;s a white plastic clip press it out and turn the water pump. it will come off the tub. before doing this you should have the washer disconnected. have someone or put something under so the washer won;t fell on you while reaching down. sometimes debris gets stucks on the way from the tub to the pump. it insert your fingers inside once the pump is taken out and if you find debris take it out. put back the pump and connect the washer again. this can be a very simple solution it won;t work all the times. but what if it does. :)
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
I had a similar problem. The machine would stop at during the wash cycle and it would stop. The wash, rinse and spin lights were on and the washer beeped. I emptied out the clothes and water manually and disconnected the water and drainage hoses. I tipped the machine forward and emptied out some more water. When I looked at the base of the machine, I noticed that the pump drain motor wire connector was dislodged. I snapped it back in and reconnected all of the hoses. Be careful and make sure you connect the hoses back correctly. Hot to Hot and Cold to Cold. I plugged in the washer and put the machine on the spin cycle and pressed the start button. I knew the pump drain motor was working again when I heard that sucking sound from the drain hose. Yes!!!!!
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Stuffing from the pillow could have plugged ip the pump or diverter valve located on the bottom of the machine
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
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