Do you ever find yourself washing clothes only to find out that the washer has stopped working?
This happens to me quite often.
I recently had my washing machine stop working during the middle of a load.
I thought it would be a quick fix but it turned out to be a nightmare.
This blog post is about how to troubleshoot a washing machine that won’t start.

Washing machine stops at rinse cycle

Your washing machine has stopped working because the water level is low. It needs to be refilled with water. To refill the washer, turn off the power switch and remove the plug from the wall outlet. Then open the door and pour in enough water to fill the tub. Close the door and wait until the water fills the tub. Turn the power back on and let the machine run again.

Basic steps to resolve this problem

To solve this issue, you need to check if the drain hose is clogged. This could happen if the drain hose gets blocked by hair or other debris. In such cases, you need to clean the drain hose using a brush or a vacuum cleaner. If the drain hose is not clogged, then you need to check whether the water level is low or not. If the water level is low, then you need to fill the washer with water. After filling the washer, you need to close the door and wait for the water to fill the tub completely. Once the water reaches the top of the tub, start the wash cycle. If the water level is still low after running the wash cycle, then you need to empty the water from the tub. Empty the water from the tub and then refill the tub with new water. Start the wash cycle again.

Washing machine stuck on rinse cycle

This is quite common when washing clothes. It happens because of the wrong setting of the machine. To fix this problem, you need to reset the machine to the correct setting. Resetting the machine to the correct settings is very easy. Just follow these steps: 1 Turn off the power supply to the washing machine. 2 Remove the access panel located near the front of the machine.

Do a master reset

Wash machines are not only used for cleaning clothes but also for other household chores such as dishwashing, laundry, and even ironing. A wash machine is basically a combination of different components that work together to clean clothes and other items. These components include the drum, the agitator, the pump, the motor, the door, the tub, the filter, the detergent dispenser, and the drain system.

Test water control switch

To test the water control switch, turn off the power supply to the washing machine. Remove the access panel from the front of the washer and locate the water control switch. Turn the switch clockwise until the indicator light turns green. This indicates that the water level is correct. To adjust the water level, turn the switch counterclockwise until the indicator light changes to red. This indicates that the proper water level has been reached.

Check the lid switch

Check the lid switch. It is located under the door handle. Press down firmly on the switch to see if it works. If not, check the wiring connections. Check the fuse box

Ways to Perform a Master Power Reset

If the power goes off while using the oven, simply press the reset button on the wall socket. This will turn off the power supply to the circuit breaker panel. Then, open the door and wait until the light turns green again. Once the light turns green, the power will be turned back on. How to perform a master power reset

Ways the Check the Lid Switch Malfunctioning

Check if the switch is working properly. To check if the switch is functioning correctly, try pressing the switch and see if the light comes on. If not, replace the switch.