When was the last time you changed the brushes on the motor? Check the brushes by removing the motor and then the brushes. The brushes should have at least 15mm left on them. Use compressed air and blow out the motor.
E60 error code is a heating problem. What you need to do is take the back cover off and from there you will see the heater in the back of the drum at the bottom. Make
sure the wires are still in place on the heater. If they are then you
will need a multimeter and meter the heater out. It should read about 28
ohms. If faulty then it will need to be replaced. If the heater and the wiring check out OK then its probably the control board that's the problem here i am afraid.
When the washing programme is started by pressing the START/PAUSE button, the bi-metal PTC (contacts 3-5) is powered by the triac on the PCB (J6-2 connector): after 2 - 4 seconds, this closes the switch (5-4) which powers the electrical components of the appliance (only if the door is closed).
The door interlock prevents aperture of the door while the appliance is in operation.
At the end of the washing programme, the PCB disconnects the interlock from the power supply, but the door remains locked for 1 to 2 minutes (PTC cooling time).
Certain models feature a pilot lamp which lights to indicate that the door is locked. This pilot lamp switches off when the door can be opened.
After turn and choose cycle by program switch, press the Start / Pause button otherwise the program will not start.
If you did everything right then the "Cd" should appear on the display, which means door lock failure.
green = The door can be opened
av = The door can not be opened at the moment
red = Door is open
Obviously, in the washing machine is residual water. Pressure switch has not switched from a "FULL" state to a "EMPTY" state and because that drain pump works continuously.
Check the hydraulic circuit of pressure switch and the correctness of the pressure switch. Also check drain pump and its hydraulic circuits.
The dispenser often has a small amount of water in it after a completed cycle so that's nothing to worry about. A lot of water usually means the dispenser needs a good clean. Pull the dispenser as far as it will go and then give a sharp tug to pull it completely out. The middle dispenser cover can then be taken out and cleaned, and so can all the other parts you've removed. The pipes in the machine and in the dispenser tray should be cleaned out well, as these usually cause the problem of retaining water. Put the cover back on the centre section securely and then push the whole tray back into the machine gently. Good luck!