Error & Solution
Takes a long time to drain
Check the drain hose for kinks and other problems. Ensure that your drain pump’s electrical connection is in good working order. If all else fails, you should replace the drain pump.
Problem with the motor control unit
Examine the wire harness between the main electric board and the motor control board after disconnecting the washer from its power source. Replace the wire harness if damaged, and reconnect all the loose wires. If your washer’s wiring is in good condition, replace the motor control board with a new one.
Insufficient water supply
Make sure the water supply faucets on your washer are completely open. Look for any kinks in the water fill lines. You should also examine the water inlet valve to confirm that it is in good working order. If the water valves remain closed when activated, you need to replace them with a new water inlet valve assembly.
Water drain problem
Examine your washer’s draining channel for blockages. Remove any obstructions. If your washer’s drain pump does not drain water when it is turned on, it must be replaced. You should also check your pump’s electrical connections to make sure everything is in working order.
Breakdown of the door lock
You should unplug your washer and examine the wire harness that connects the main control board and the door lock assembly. Replace the wire harness if it has been damaged, and reconnect or tighten any loose wires. If your washer’s electrical connection is ok, you’ll need to replace the entire door lock assembly.
Heating element is damaged
Disconnect the power supply to your washing machine and check the wire harness from the main control board to the heating element. If there is a loose wire, try to fix it, and if the wire harness is damaged, replace it entirely.
Water temperature sensor is faulty
Examine the wire harness link between the display control board and the temperature sensor after disconnecting the washer. Replace the wire harness if it is damaged, and tighten all of the loose wires in your washer. If your wire connection is fine, you’ll need to replace the temperature sensor with a new one.
Problem with the drive motor tachometer
Disconnect the washer from the power supply and check the wiring harness. All loose wires should be reconnected, and all damaged harnesses should be replaced. If your washer’s wire connection is ok, replace the drive motor. In this case, it is better to get help from professionals.
Issue with the door switch
If the door switch indicates that the door is open when locked, push the door to lock entirely. Examine the wire harness connection between the main electronic control board and the door switch/lock assembly. If the wiring is in good condition, replace the door lock.