It has barely been used, but is out of warranty. Unplug the 2 connectors from the stator. Loosen the nut and pull out the heater. Unscrew the 4 screws from the back cover. Unscrew the screw from filter cover. Check if the washer is perfectly level as follows: Base Packing Level Check the leveling of the washer with a Level. This is a last resort after all the inlet lines have been cleaned and cleared.
If so then it isn't. Removed the top of the washer by removing the 4 back screws and 2 small brackets. I only disconnected the power button and was able to rest the panel on top of the washer. Water level frequency 25~65 12 times Power off and unlock the door. The cycles will last forever as she makes all sorts of grunting noises. Then I removed the front panel, this was actually the hardest part, 2 screws and 8 tabs that you pop out carefully from the top of the panel. The motor checked out so I replaced the main electrical board.
The two screens are supposed to come out of the male receptacles. After much trial and error it appears that it is due to my well water. Another possible offender is the soap and softener dispenser. Save up to 5% when you buy more. I first tested the motor per the service manual. Disassemble the 4 connectors from the valves.
Put a flat - screwdriver into the openng of the hinge, and pull out the hinge cover. After a brief web search I found out that the hall sensor which is attached to the motor stator was t. Take off the hot and cold inlet hose and clean the screen at the back of the washer. So I want to look over the schematics and see if there is an easy way to disable the balance sensor. The motor checked out so I replaced the main electrical board. Check the water heating Check the automatic Check the water supply. I checked the resistance between the terminals of the 3 pin connector.
Note: It doesn't take much to lower the flow of water to the point that this machine will not run. Be careful of electric shock if disconnecting parts while troubleshooting. Is the outlet controlled by a switch? Tighten the inlet hose securely to prevent leaks. It sounds like you may be overloading it, if the balance is not right the machine will shake itself to pieces so you don't want to disable that. If you run a load of laundry it takes almost 2 hours to finish.
This is the Princess and the Pea of Washers. I've been through heck with this. It sounds like you may be overloading it, if the balance is not right the machine will shake itself to pieces so you don't want to disable that. Something is preventing the water from coming in. A normal electric timer would work much better than all of these digital electronics involved.
Separate the heater from the tub. I have a Neptune front loader which is quite tolerant, it will usually try to spin up 2 or 3 times before it gets the balance right, but that process takes all of a minute or two. This helps but does not solve. Is the inlet valve filter clogged? Put a flat - screwdriver or putty knife into the both sides of the filter cover, and pull it out. Unscrew the nut at the lower part of the dispenser. Here is the problem it has had since day 1. I took the top and back panels off to see how the drain hoses etc.
Does she sound like she is struggling and no water is coming in? Of course it updates the remaining time to relfect this also, buy counting down slower. Well water or hard water buyers beware. This thing is usless in its current condidion. I now have a screen washer between the sprinkler system filter and hose and the one that comes installed inside the male ends of the inlets for the water hoses. I had actually thought about reprogramming the firmware, but doubt that I have the necessary programming skills unless there is a firmware update for thsese. I checked the resistance between the terminals of the 3 pin connector. Unscrew the 2 screws from the tub bracket.
To replace the bearings a complete disassembly of the washer was required. It tries and tries to balance the load until it gets it right. I just want it to finsih fast. I have adjusted the pressure in the pumphouse to allow for minor fluctuations so that the machine will have at least 55 psi. Albeit Energy Efficient Top Load Washers operate on way less water than older conventional models, the wate. If it is in fact too sensitive there may be an adjustment but I would make sure the machine is being used properly before trying to fix something that may not be broken.