Testing a Bosch Neff Siemens washing machine motor
Bosch, Neff, Siemens washing machine motor strip down
To order your carbon brushes for your washing machine, you will need the full model number of the ID Plate, which you can normally find on the inside of the door frame or in the rear of the machine.
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If your Bosch manufactured washing machine has a motor problem which you need to fix then using our video will help you strip the motor to find the problem. this video can be used on all Bosch manufactured Brands Balay, Constructa, Crolls, DeDietrich, Hitachi, Koenic, Kuppersbusch, Lynx, Merker, Neff, Novamatic, Pitsos, Profilo, Schulthess, Siemens, Superser, Viva,
This article will show you how to test a Bosch Neff Siemens washing machine motor. we will show you how to fit the carbon brushes correctly even if they're not the genuine ones. I will also show you the basic workings of the motor and how to replace the bearings if you have a noisy motor, and also how to test the thermal cut-out which is inside the motor on the stator plate.
if you find after doing some basic checks that you'll Motor is good and you have bench tested it. then normally you will have the problem with either the wiring going to the motor or you may have a circuit board problem. remember after doing the repair sometimes you will need to clear the error code in the machine
Reset The Washing Machine Error / Fault code
For most Bosch manufactured washing machines the reset procedure appears to be much the same and is carried out by following the steps as follows in order:
Brands This this may apply to Balay, Bosch, Constructa, Crolls, DeDietrich, Hitachi, Koenic, Kuppersbusch, Lynx, Merker, Neff, Novamatic, Pitsos, Profilo, Schulthess, Siemens, Superser, Viva,
But please take note that you should always fix the fault before trying the reset as the error code is telling you there something wrong!
Then clear the error code as follows
• Turn the program dial to the off or reset position (should be at the 12 o’clock position)
• Turn the dial to the 6 o’clock position
• Press and hold down on the spin button and simultaneously turn the dial to the 7 o’clock position.
• Hold the spin button for around 5 seconds and then release.
• Turn the dial to the off position
• Once the machine is powered up again the error should be reset or cleared.
If the same code comes up once again then there will be a problem of some kind that will require further investigation, if you require further assistance to diagnose a problem with your washing machine please use the contact us form for that.
So when the washer does become faulty it seems like a never-ending nightmare.
Luckily our video will show you possible causes for this error and help you restore your washer's performance before the laundry room starts to stack up. there are videos below to help you clear the Error codes
These are the most common ones used