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Motor carbon brushes burned out and needs to be replaced. You can YouTube the procedure and do it yourself or call a service center and tell them you know precisely was wrong with it and how much to replace the parts and labor. It's a. 45-60 job
good luck

Bosch Washing... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

small motor on the back of the switch is week or there is an obstruction on the switch dial if yours is digital the relay on the board id week usually the plastic relay casing is deformen slightly restricting the relay function tap it gently

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Washing machine has detected an overfill situation This error code can be caused by overfoaming which is a result of overloading (see this article) or by overdosing or, incorrect detergent as the pressure sensor will falsely read that there is too much water in the washing machine.
Also check the pressure sensor and that the machine has not actually overfilled with water.
  • Check for overfoaming or over soaping
  • Check the air chamber and the pressure switch hose
  • Check water level sensor
  • Check wiring to water pressure sensor
  • Check connections to water level sensor
  • Check main electronic controller

Washing Machines | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Stability arms are the problem if it leaks during the Spin cycle.
If it leaks on Wash or Rinse, the pump is bad.


GE Washing... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Hello, try this site, they list manuals for the Ignis iWD range for washing machines that you can download. Here is the address:-

It should take you directly to the page you need. I hope this helps?

Washing Machines | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

What does it do? Any sounds, smells? What happened when you noticed it wasn't working?

Washing Machines | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Search f53 fault, has been answered previously :-)

Miele Washing... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Looks like it can’t drain the wash water. Unplug the machine.Check the pump for hair clips, coins etc. Try turning the fan at the back of the pump before opening it. You should be able to turn it easily. I presume you have the filter clear?

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 16, 2019

Hello, I think that your drain pump is blocked of is faulty. You will need to drain the water from the machine, remove the drain hose from the drain outtlet on the wall. or sink unit. Once you have done this check that the pump filter ( if fitted) that it has not clogged with fluff or other debris, If that is not clogged, you will need to look under the machine and check the hoses from the drum to the pump for items like flimsy underwear, socks, or other small items, these can slow the water flow, stop it, or stop the impellor on the water pump. If that is not blocked. check that the drain hose to the domestic outlet is not blocked, as sometimes if you live in a hard water area, it can block with calcium deposits. I hope this helps?

Electrolux... | Answered on Jan 16, 2019

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