I've tried and ..no luck.
Did the test about 10 times, no response at all.
1. turned the power off at the wall then tried again
2.Did the test followed by 'Start'
If you press and hold 'Reset' it will make some noise. It says 'rES' on the front panel with a symbol in the top right of a basin with water and arrows going down/out. I am presuming it is trying to drain but of course, there is no water in the machine.
Any other ideas?
Hello, my name is ***** ***** Please do await Daniel's response, he may be researching or have connection problems...In the meanwhile, re-check the drain pump housing to assess any need for unblocking... also, with a long thin implement, check the operational capability of the pump impellor.
Thanks very much. I am happy to get a response from Daniel too. I'm not unhappy with him, just need to get this sorted!. I will check the things you suggested.
The door does lock when you begin.
Will check and get back to you with product code...any idea where to look?
Thanks to you both, Daniel and George,
Product Code is
I can't seem to find a manual or any instructions at all on this machine. If you find anything, can you pass it along please?
I will check the drain pump housing and pump impeller, I have found a diagram and I think I know what I'm looking for.
I followed the instructions and nothing happened. It's an Intellisense (not a Wave or Wave eco). Daniel also gave me similar instructions (turn knob left and press reset 3 x quickly) also, nothing happened. I am not getting any fault message at all.Also unplugged for a bit and tried again.
On any chosen cycle, the machine just has a little think ( I am assuming it is trying to sense the load-pattern of lights in a clockwise circle) makes a click noise and then does nothing. The screen shows the temp/ wash time (blinking) and spin speed as before.
I'm having a bit of trouble getting the machine completely open again, sorry it's taking some time.
The belt is on and the connectors in the area look undisturbed.
I have checked the impeller-seems to be ok. I can move it pretty freely with my finger, it goes a little way then clunks forward a quarter turn or so. It does spin and it doesn't seem to be hindered by a blockage.
When I unscrewed the cap concealing the impeller (I am assuming the impeller is the green fan looking thing which spins-I am not overly technical) some water leaked onto the floor, maybe a pint. It was full of Persil so I am assuming the machine attempted the wash first time. It brought some water into the machine, clearing the soap tray and then stopped. Possible that pump is not working? Possible that rug fluff got in there? see first post.
Next job is to get to the pump behind the impeller I think. Hubby got the lid off first time but isn't here right now. I got two screws out but it appears to have two plastic posts which look like they have to be pried out with a screwdriver. I'm not keen to break. Is this the normal way to do it? I know lid can come before top front panel so shouldn't be more screws. Can't get front top panel off (don't have the right sized nut spinners) but worked a way round.
I have the rear panel off. How do I test the pump?
Hi, I can't quite reach the wires. From online pictures, there seems to be a white, moulded block that the wires go into facing the front of the machine. The front panel has to come off. I'll have another go.
I've got the multimeter but not that versed in using it. What range would you expect it to be in and what resistance would you expect if working as it should?
Any thoughts on getting the top off the machine?