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Can not start the machine

When choosing a program to run, all lights in the display are on. Nothing happen when click the start button. Any idea what I can do ?

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: ewd1477 model washer. Dial on

It sounds like the problem is in the water supply particularly the water inlet valve. Check to make sure the water pressure is sufficient and the water valves are working. Run the diagnostic test if necessary to determine the most recent fault detected.

Cancel the selected program then turn off the machine. Press and hold the Start/Pause button for 6 seconds then release and turn on the machine by turning the cycle selector knob to the Whites/Intensive cycle. Press and hold the Start/Pause button again for 6 seconds then release to enter diagnostic test. When the diagnostic test is done, switch the machine off, on, then off to exit the test.

Turn on the machine to any cycle then press and hold the Start/Pause button. Turn the knob one click and the display will show the most recent error codes. Post the code for further advise. Reset the machine by selecting the Wool cycle while holding the Start/Pause button.

Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have an Electrolux Washer machine model EWT959

Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,

It doesn't think the lid is actually closed indicating that there is a problem either with the lid lock or the lid locked sensor requiring a service call, sorry ;-0(

If this has assisted and/or clarified the situation for you please consider a 4 thumbs up on our rating.
Thanks and good luck!
John C

Posted on Oct 06, 2011

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