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Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Mar 02, 2019


Page 9 of this manual, if this is the same model, may help turn off acoustic signals. It shows an image of a P and another image of a button to turn off.

https://manuall.co.uk/zanussi-zwf-91483-wr-lindo-300-washing-machine/

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Feb 23, 2019


This is not a real solution because it is impractical. But it may work. The machine has different sensor. One or more and not receiving the proper signals. Some sensors are like push in buttons. If they are not pressed the machine won't work or will just jump to end cycle. Since you mentioned it does works when you move the machine. It indicates a sensor may be loosen the drum bounces and when cloth is unevenly distributed it hits hard and the machine makes loud noises BUMP BUMP so my theory is a sensor is loosen and needs to be reattach . Only do it yourself if you have some experience taking things apart. Good luck. Anyways my impractical solution was to put two pieces of wood in only 2 of the 4 corners of washer and trying it this way the drum will be tilt and has more chances of pressing sensor.

Zanussi zwh6160p | Answered on Feb 17, 2019


WE COULD NEVER TELL YOU IF IT IS WORTH FIXING . ONLY YOU KNOW HOW OLD IT IS AND IF YOU WANT TO WASTE MONEY FIXING OLD THINGS

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019


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Zanussi Tricity... | Answered on Feb 08, 2019


This can be due to error in the control board. Shut down and remove plug and when switched on press down the start/stop button. If the error does not clear this can be a fault in the motor drive within the control panel board.
Remove the panel and check the connections to the motor, check the motor and the capacitor to the motor or if the motor is jammed.

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


NTC2 Sensor fault.

Either the sensor is bad or...

Wiring to the sensor or...

Faulty electronic board

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019


i50 - on your dishwasher means "Motor triac short-circuited"
(the washing pump runs uncontrolled at maximum speed)

Remedy: it is mostly circuit board faulty

Dado

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


DEPENDS ON WHAT BURNT UP MIGHT BE MORE THAN 1 THING CALL A LOCAL REPAIR SHOP AND HAVE THEM CHECK IT OUT

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019


Ed4 - means:
Relay that switches the power between the washing and drying heating element (in the WD PCB).
Could be:
Wiring faulty; Electrical current leak between heating element and
ground; WD board faulty; Main PCB faulty
When this malfunction occurs the cycle stops with door open.

Dado

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Dec 30, 2018


Highly unlikely any damage will have been done so long as it hasnt been in use for a long time (weeks).

In a front loading washing machine, most of the mechanicals inside are held between springs at the top and dampers at the bottom. The transit bolts are used to minimse how much movement can ocour whilst the machine is in transit as excessive movement could damage the springs/dampers. When they are removed, normal movement of the mechanicals helps keep the machine stable and minmises vibration.

So, the worst that happens when the machine is used with the transit bolts in place is it vibrates alot, and possible moves about.

Remove the bolts as soon as possible and it should be fine.

Zanussi ZWF12070... | Answered on Dec 10, 2018


Got a zanuzzoe Electrolux. Aqua cycle filter button is orange won't reset

Zanussi Washing... | Answered on Dec 08, 2018

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