Washing machine DIY repair.
I’m already £1:80 richer from the coins found in the filter! However, sneaking my finger a bit deeper I found a bit of torn cloth that I have now removed. There seems to be some sort of pump/ rotor/ impeller behind this that may have been jammed. Machine is now running in a wash cycle- I shall wait a while before I celebrate…Posted 5 years ago
Can anyone offer any advice?
My Indesit W123 has developed a fault. It will go so far into a wash cycle, then halt and sit still with a drum filled with water. The programme knob then clicks round and round and round…
Red light flashes 5 times during this. Repeatedly.
Filter is clear, no hoses kinked. Water heats in the machine just fine. Door can be opened once the machine is switched off, but drum is now full of water. Belt is securely on both pulleys. Bearings are OKPosted 5 years agodrlexMember
Nice one!Posted 5 years ago
I felt very smug having fixed mine last week with the aid of the Internet and the discovery of a parts supplier on a nearby trading estate. £14.95 door interlock and less than five minutes to swap – £200 Zanussi washing machine enters fourth year of (daily) use.
All still good. And the sun is out. And I’m going for a ride. And I have opened a celebratory tin of nasty lager. And the uppy-downy reverb works great. And I have a four day pass for next week. And I’ve sorted my phone. And I’m feeling EPIC!
I ROCK!!!Posted 5 years ago
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