All other machine functions work correctly so door switch must be OK surely ?
Machine is about 10 years old ...
I have googled the problem as it is not uncommon. On spin the cycle starts with 11 minutes to go, does a lot of pumping out and then jumps to 1 minute to go and finishes without doing a spin.
I have already identified that it is probably something to do with the water level sensor..... I need advice on whether it can be rectified by myself. I had heard that you can remove the sensor pipe and blow down it to remove any problem.....please advise.........
Hi, thanks for that, that will also cause this problem. You can easily replace that part. The best place for that is Esparese they will have the best price, and i will help you when you have part. This something that really needs to be replaced i have seen too many flood disasters when they start to fail. But below is the info you need. I will stick with you until this is complete but since it will take a bit of time, if you will rate my service thus far as good or better, the system here will let me schedule free follow ups with you until this repair is complete. Thank you and have a great day! Tech Michael
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All I have learnt so far is that the part that I suspected was causing the problem, needs replacing in your opinion.
I hoped we could fix it with your help.
On this basis I really can't justify the potential £28 charge and will have to mark you as less than OK.
I'm sorry but thanks anyway.
Hi Perran, that is the problem, and I will help you with this, it wont cost you more to rate me as Ok or better. Also it allows me to stick with you until the job is complete.I would definitely replace the water level sensor. You can then ask me anything, I have been an expert on this site for over 5 years and I am a well respected one at that lol.So you can ask me anything but please don't rate me as less that on it will mess up my good standing. You can choose not to rate as well and if you would like another expert I will help find one. Thanks for your understanding and have a great day! Tech Michael
I understand what you are saying and would rate you as - Unable to help in this case - but such a rating does not exist.
Can you liaise with the website and see if there is some way we can finish the 'consultation', so that I do not incur a fee and I can rate you as Good.
Happy to do that Michael, but I would like 'them' to email me to confirm that there will be no charge on my credit card.
I'll then give you an OK rating.
Just wanted to say that I tried the 'fix' that I suggested to you that I had heard about earlier - that is I drained down, removed the pipe from the level sensor and blew down it hard. Replaced the tube and found that the spin cycle then started.
So this seems to have solved the problem - maybe it's worth remembering this if other users have the same problem.
I'm contacting the site to follow up about cancellation and will keep in touch until this is resolved and then rate you as discussed earlier.