Both drawers have started turning on by themselves apparently in the rinse cycle, (though nothing happens) the motor just whirs. The drawers aren't locked and the red indicator light is on on the front display panel. This continues no matter what I do until I turn them off at the power switch.
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I think your washer's drive belt has broken, Joanne. You'll need to have someone replace it. That's a pretty easy fix, but they'll need to know your washer's model number before they arrive so they can bring the correct belt to fit it.
Hi tuck just read your posting.Now on the low whirring noise on the start of the rinse cycle ,Is it when the machine is draining the water or filling with water.If the noise happens when the machine is draining then I think either your pump has something slowing it down or it is faulty.Please look underneath the machine to the front right and you should see a red or black fan .If you do then this is your pump.If you don't see a fan you must have the newer style of pump.Please reply with additional information on the questions and I am sure I can help you rectify this problem
When the washer is in the final spin cycle and starts to sqeal, just pour a little water through the drawer about half of a glass full usually does the trick. What apparantly happens is that the connection/seal between the big grey rubber seal and the stainless steel drum has dried out due to the centrifugal effect of the spin cycle and it needs to be wetted to keep the sealed area lubricated and cool. The squealing is a result of the dry rubbing of these parts during the spin cycle.
I had the same problem within my 1 year warranty. I called the company and they sent out a repairman. Apparently, there is a magnet in the drawer that lets the machine know the drawer is closed and it is safe to start the cycle. If the magnet isn't there the machine doesn't think the drawer is closed and won't start. The repairman simply had to replace the magnet and the washer started after that.
LETS check the DRAIN MOTOR PUMP it could be clogged , open panel of washer to access inside , look for a small motor with 2 hoses connected to it , take it out , clean it , re install and try it again , hope this helps AJ