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If your washer doesn't go through the washer rinse cycle, the most likely cause is the water valve. What happens is thewater valvewill stop letting cold water into the washer; therefore, once the washer gets to rinse it will either stop or not do anything during the whole rinse cycle.
This is because when you selected your water temperature, youmay haveselected warm/cold or hot/cold. The hot water came in and you didn't notice any problems. When it got to rinse, the cold water the cold water won't come in. Therefore, the washer does nothing.
Theitem to check would be your water inlet valve. Check it for continuity with a multi meter it should show Ohms or a closed circuit. To test it when water is overflowing unplug the unit and see if it still overflows or continues to fill. If it stops when unplugged. Then it is not a water inlet problem but an electrical signal problem going tourwater inlet valve. Possibly from the panel or board. You can also do a live volt test to see if it is getting the full 120 current, but be sure to unplug unit before testing as this is a live test.
Another test u can do to check thewaterinletvalve,first cut the water off and remove the hoses off the back of the washer. Then one at a time point the hoses inside the washer tub and turn the water back on. If you don't have good water pressure, turn the water back off and remove the strainer that should be in one end of the hose. Inspect the strainer to see if it is stopped up, clean it and reinstall it. Now repeat this test. If you have good water pressure now, reinstall hose and your problem is fixed.
If you still don't have good water pressure, the problem is in your house plumbing and you need to call a plumber. If you had good water pressure the first time you performed the test, the water valve is bad and needs replacing.

If you still don't have good water pressure, the problem is in your house plumbing and you need to call a plumber. If you had good water pressure the first time you performed the test, the water valve is bad and needs replacing.
If your washer doesn't go through the washer rinse cycle the timer may be the problem. Sometimes the timer gets stuck in the middle of the cycle or won't turn at all. If the washer runs,but the timer doesn't turn, the timer is bad and needs replacing.
Do you have anti-flood hoses leading to the machine. If you do there is probably a loose tube in the back causing a small leak. When the hoses detect that water is still flowing after a certain amount of time due to the leak it shuts down and causes the machine to turn off during the rinse/spin cycle
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Speed Washing... | Answered on Mar 16, 2020

growing sound is usually bearing, if its plastic outer drum housing it needs to be replaced as quick as possible as it will heat up the housing for the bearing and melt it out, then no new bearing will fit.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Jan 09, 2020

Check to make sure that your drain hose is not restricted.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Mar 05, 2019

When the spin doesn't start, I assume you can see no water in the machine but does the drain pump stop?
If not, it is likely to be the water sensor failing. often this is a vacuum switch at the top of the internals with a rubber hose down to the pump. This hose can get blocked with solidified washing solution. Try cleaning this hose blockage.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Jan 27, 2019

There is a drum bearing that is failing.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Dec 06, 2018

Confirm make and model number, front loader?

Speed Washing... | Answered on Nov 18, 2018

This can be caused by an unbalanced load but if it is doing it every time, check the springs that hold the tub assembly to the frame; chances are one or more broke and the tub is free to bang on the shell of the machine.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Oct 19, 2018

If this is a front load washer sensor is located on motor stater
motor may have to be removed need full model # for exact replacement procedure

Speed Washing... | Answered on Jun 20, 2018

I'd suggest two possibilities, both bearings.
As the mod suggests, the drive-motor bearings might have failed, but IME the brushes usually fail before the bearings.
I'd suggest that the main tub bearings are the most likely problem.
I'm not experienced with this model so I can't help with specifics.
The bearings are usually really cheap, but it can vary from really easy to simply-not-worth-the-trouble, to actually change-out the bearings, depending on the model.
If it's not worth it to change them, you can carry on using the machine until it fails, because you can't make it any worse. Make sure you stop using it once you get any signs of water leaks, because you don't want a room full of dirty water, do you.?

Speed Washing... | Answered on Mar 07, 2018

Looks like a copy of the old Honda scooterette engine of which some versions were built to have a particularly low performance while others were restricted by the use of a very small bore exhaust system/carburettor.

Speed Washing... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018

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