OK the program sequence on programs a,b,c assuming that you have the FJ1033a (there are four versions) is ~
A = Wash @ 95C 4 Rinses and a full spin
B = Wash @ 60C 4 Rinses and a full spin
C = Wash @ 40C 4 Rinses and a full spin
Having now answered your query would you kindly rate my service to you below this allows me to close down the job but lets you ask further questions on a free of charge basis ~ thank you for the question ~ Ian
I require a little more information: During program 'C' which fills from cold when does the heater come into operation? Program B hot and cold fill but the machine just sits there purring waiting for something but what?
I am trying to establish if the Timer or the pressure switch is faulty.
Ian, I had to completely strip the machine for tw reasons:
1. The weight on the front had come loose and elongated the drum housing.
2. The machine failed to empty.
During my investigations I found that the Door seal and a several hoses were perforated and weeping. Drum Bearings OK. Disconnected Heater circuit completely and checked the various thermostats. On reassembly I incorrectly installed one of the stats in the drum when it was supposed to fit on the end of the pump. This rectified I found that the wiring to the pump was broken at the connector point. Remade joint and put machine through the 95 Degree wash (A) to clear out and debris and verify the Heater was operational. All appeared OK but wife was not happy with the Temperatures on 60 & 40 washes. I temporary installed a Temp Probe on the door to check the operating Temperatures. 40 degree wash only reaches 33.5 degrees, 60 degree wash is 55.2 and the 95 degree wash reaches 94.7 degrees. As stated earlier on the 60 degree wash the water heats to 55.2 and it seems to go into a lull after empting the second time, the rinse cycle and final spin are questionable as the washing does not appear to be as fresh & dry as normal. During the spin cycle the motor spins up and seems to pulse before switching into full speed. Regards Ted
Ian, sorry for slow response but I ended in Hospital with pneumonia and have just bee discharged.
I have 2 further Questions:
1. Where approximately would the water line be when the washing machine is full? When my machine is full the water line is barely level with the lower edge of the drum and I am concerned that it may be insufficient.
2. What governs the water content within the machine?