- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Humming could mean a stalled motor. These machines also have a coupling between motor and gearbox which can fail. However, the pump is attached to the motor, so if it's not pumping it probably means the motor isn't spinning. Check motor and/or gearbox.....Nomess
The humming sound is most likely the pump running. Try this: Open the front panel by using a putty knife to push in the clips (2) at the seam where the front panel meets the washers top. With the washer in the spin cycle (you hear just the humming) pull the little hose off the left side of the outer tub, near the bottom. The washer will most likely begin to spin immedeately. If it does, this would indicate that the hose and the nipple it connects to need to be cleaned out. Gunk builds up there some times and then the air cannot escape back out, so the washer thinks it is still full of water, and thus will not spin. After cleaning those out, replace the hose with the tub empty of water. If the washer did not spin after pulling the hose, check the lid switch.
If you can hear a rumbling sound from the drum, then I would say that the main drum bearings have failed.
This is a major repair job, and not one I would recommmend you undertake yourself. as it involves a complete strip down of washer, and the cost is cosiderable.
Probably better to purchase a new washer.
Sounds like a water valve solenoid. The hot and cold water is controlled by solenoids that open and close. Try running just the hot and just the cold. If one or the other works, then the proble,m is a bad solenoid valve
You said,washer is full of water and will not spin. You hear the lid switch
clicking. When you start it on spin cycle and hear a hum, the tub moves a
couple of inches and then stops...shortly after it shuts off.
Some reasons this may happen Washer won’t drain or spinn 1. Is the drain hose clogged, or the end of the drain hose more than 72 inches (183 cm) above the floor? 2. Is the lid open? ............Also the lid switch can be faulty!! The lid must be closed during operation. 3. Is there excessive sudsing? Always measure detergent. Follow manufacturer’s directions. 4 If you have very soft water, you might need to use less detergent.
Sounds to me like the lid switch can be faulty!!Then it acts like the lid is open. Huuum
if the wash water isn't draining you have a bad lid switch back out the two screws at the bottom of the control panel in the back pull the control panel forward tilt it back on its hinges on the body of the washer you will see a connector with three wires grey green purple make sure the knob is in disconnect the connector and put a jumper wire from gray to purple where it goes to the control panel pull out the knob and see what happens
Hi It appears that-
You have a clogged water pump inlet filter. Normally located at the bottom of the machine there should be a 1"-2" disk that you need to rotate half turn to release. Be aware that a large quantity of water is likely to drain when you open it.