Drive Belt Broken
The belt to drive drum rotation is subjected to heat and continuous loading from the motor. Over time, wear and tear, the belt may snap or get stuck between the drum and motor causing the washing machine to run but not rotate.
Motor Coupling Broken
The coupling acts as a direct connection between the motor and transmission. Over time and repeated use, the coupling may break or fail causing the motor to malfunction.
Drive Motor Faulty
Drive motor fault can be detected by humming or buzzing sounds coming from the motor.
Drive Pulley Damaged
The pulleys can accumulate buildup of grease or dust over time causing them to be stuck or distorted preventing the motor from functioning.
Tub Bearings Faulty
The tub bearings allow the drum to rotate when the motor runs. Faulty bearings will cause the motor to overload or stop functioning.
The PCB controls the individual components of the washing machine. Power surges can burn the components causing the washing machine to malfunction.
Starter Switch Faulty
The starter switch controls the main functions. A faulty switch will prevent the washing machine from functioning.
Door Switch Faulty
A safety feature found on all washing machines which acts as a lock before the washing machine will start. A faulty door switch will prevent the washing machine from functioning.
A faulty capacitor prevents the motor from starting properly limiting the usage of the washing machine.
Faulty fuse will stop power being supplied to the washing machine causing it to malfunction.
Drain Pump Faulty
Drain pump may fail over continuous usage causing water to fill up in the drum. Clothes or bearings may be stuck causing the impeller blades to seize.
Drainage Hose Blocked
Lint and other foreign objects may block the drainage hose causing drainage problems.
Water Inlet Valve Faulty
A faulty inlet valve will mean water does not get cut off when it reaches the desired level. This causes the drum to be completely filled with water.
Filter Catch Area Blocked
The filter collects foreign objects during washing to prevent the washing machine from being damaged. These foreign objects may block the drainage hose.
Hose Fittings Damaged
Inlet and outlet water supply fittings may be damaged causing leakage.
Main door seal may loosen or harden over time. Using a high sud washing detergent will cause water to leak from the door.