If I turn the nobe to the right to get the water flowing, water will come out. But when I fill the thing the coffee grinds go in and turn the water nobe to the right, it sounds like everything is normal but no coffee. Whe I take the coffee thing of it's hard to turn and the pressure blows the coffee about a foot away from the machine. There is a little water in the coffee grind holder, but thats it.
Re: Everything sounds like its working...but nothing.
Another thing might be your coffee is too finely ground or tamped too tightly. If water comes through the filter basket, try using a little less coffee and tamping less firmly. If that works, you're all set. If you still have a problem, you may need to switch to slightly coarser grind.
Re: Everything sounds like its working...but nothing.
It sounds like your filter is clogged. This can be tricky to unclog, but use the pin that came with the machine. I have had the most success when I use the pin and try to run H20 (no coffee) through the filter basket. Sometimes takes several tries, but eventually blows out the clog.
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sounds like a water fill problem to me, normally at start of cycle door locked, program set, start water solenoid opens and fills machine with water, once water reaches set level heater will come on and wash program will commence,
so if you have a restriction in the water supply/ water tap not turned on correctly, on blockage in water solenoid valve water flow to machine will be restricted causing a long delay before machine starts, things to try
1. make sure hose connection water valve is fully open
2.open soap draw to see / if you can hear water flowing into machine,
3 if its very slow you have a restriction in water supply
could be a twist in water supply hose, causing a restriction
all above is if machine is taking to long to fill with water,
good luck .
when washing machine is started ( after applying the wash settings as to water fill , load size rinse etc) the first action is to turn on the water tap solenoid
from there the water fills to the set level at which time the pressure switch turns of the water solenoid and switches on the motor to start the wash
following that line of procedure , if you do not get water flowing after pressing start, the problem is in the water control solenoid , tap turned off or problem in the program board
Call in a technician after checking the other items first
Easy check for water filling problem like yours. Unplug the power and see if water still flows into machine. If yes----your inlet valve on the washer is stuck open and needs replaced. It is the part on the washer back where your fill hoses attach to. If the water is flowing into the machine while plugged in and it stops when unplugged, you have something in the control panel sending power to that inlet valve even when the machine is off. You would now need to find out where the power is coming from. If its an electronic control washer, the main board may need replaced.
Have you tested your water inlets? It sound like you just tested the CCU. The IE error means that the water isn't filling at the expected rate (8 minutes). It could indicate that the hoses are faulty, the sensor (a reed switch) in the inlet valve is getting too much air and thus not spinning properly or there is a clog at the inlet filter.
First take off the hoses and put a bucket under them. Check if you have good water flow when you open the shut-off valves. If you have low incoming water pressure, your washer will not work. Check that there is no debris at the filter on the washer or at a filter cone at your shut-off for each hose. Clean or replace the filters. (There are anti-flood hoses that constrict the water flow when they detect a failure. We had to replace those hoses when only one failed. The cold water flow was fine. The hot water provided only a trickle. So, try new hoses.)
Make sure that the hoses aren't kinked when you replace them on the inlet. Double check that the drain hose isn't below the fill level of the washer. This will cause the water to pump out as it fills.
Otherwise, you will need to replace the inlet valves.
looks like your shower disc is blocked remove screw under head you well most proberly find it is blocked when looking up to light clean disc with brush until you can see through holes reassemble you will find flow and steam are better hope this helps
The water inlet valve, also called a solenoid fill valve, controls the flow of water into the dishwasher by opening and closing. If the water inlet valve doesn't open at all, water can't flow into the dishwasher.so it can not start the sequence.
Check the drain pump it is located in the front of you unit .Disconnect power or flip breaker .Remove the front kick plate then there is a metal plate above that is held on with 4 screws remove that and reach in and press lever on pump and turn counter clockwise it will come right out .Then check for items in the pump area could be glass. Hope it is helpfull
It sounds like you need a new water level sensing transducer.
Unplug the power cord and turn off the water at the angle stops (you don't need to disconnect the supply hoses yet).
Release the front clips for the top piece and look for the transducer fairly high near the rear corner ( the parts people at sears will show you a diagram).
Can't make any promises here. There could be several reasons for this issue. But from your description I would suspect that the hot and/or cold water hoses leading into the washer may be pressure locked. In recent years I've notice these hoses have been specially configured with a way to cut off the water flow in an emergency. Sometimes if you relieve the pressure on the hose the in-line cutoff valve will reset and the water can flow again. Turn off the hot and cold water supply to the washer. Then dissconnect the water hoses from the spigot and reconnect. (relieve any pressure) Take this oppurtunity to inspect those hoses. Usually these flow controlled hoses indicated thier purpose with somekind of label (maybe even direction indication for water flow) Then turn the water back on. Dont open the spigot all the way just turn it on enough to get the water flowing. See if that helps.