Please give me a few pointers. The machine appears to be working perfectly apart from when in the spin cycle the machine pumps out fully and the drum rotates slowly one way then the other. But the spin speed never tries to increase and the couter counts down normally untill the alloted time has expired but obviously the washing is still wet.
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Yes, you can check the LID switch as it needs to activate the program to move forward. If the water fills up and there is no wash cycle, check if the motor hums, if so check the capacitor, check the friction on the spindle/drum. If the spindle does not agitate with movement the assembly must be reset.
ND error code means no drain check the pump filter check the pump and check the drain line that goes from the oulet port coming out of the outter tub to the pump and also check the drain hose leaving the pump that goes out of your washer as well. If you have any further questions message me back I await your rely
This is almost
certainly a simple problem with your empty pump filter being clogged. The empty
cycle is timed and if it can't get all the water out in time because the filter
is blocked and slowing the empty down, then it will fail safe and won't step on
to the final spin cycle with excess water in the drum. Locate and clean the filter. There is a round unscrewable filter cover on the front of the
machine at the bottom right, behind a small door. Many models of
this design also have a small hose to the right of the filter cap that you can
pull out, remove a plug from and drain off any water in the filter before you
remove the filter its self and get your floor wet, so take a look for this before you
remove the filter and get soaked.
If this IS the case, you need to call the repair guy out again and when he gets there, kick him all round the house until he gives you a refund foe his last 2 visits!
Take off the back of the machine. Locate the water pump, it will have the drain hose attached to it. Remove the water pump and take it apart. You should find your screw and maybe some other things. If the water pump is not damaged reinstall and everything should be working.
With the washer empty, spin the wash tub by hand. The drum should be spin true without any noticeable wobbling and spin without much noise. If it wobbles or makes any kind of rubbing or banging noise as you turn it by hand. The problem is that the spider support arms are broken. It is an expensive repair job since the washer has to be completely torn apart and the wash drum needs to be replaced. Get a few estimates before deciding whether to repair or replace. Sorry.
Check the coils on the wig-gag. Its a couple of bars that engage the spin drive or the wash drive. If you look at the machine when its running you will see it moving back and forth, hence the name. If the coil engages the spin cam, but itstill will not spin then the tranny is your next culprit.
I have just fixed the same problem.
At the front - bottom right is the filter - you may have to remove the kick board on your fitted kitchen to see this - put a small dish under to capture water - unscrew half a turn - drain off all the water - then fully unsrew and pull out - I had money and treads from jeans blocking the filter - clean out, replace filter and fully tighten. My machine worked after this. - Steve