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A few months ago, the main motor on my ISE 1606w washing machine stopped working. I took the frequency motor card out, inspected it all seemed well the motor seemed to be OK. Reassembled it and it worked. It has now failed again, in the same way, only this time the fault has not gone away after I inspected it and then reassembled it. If I put the machine into a simple programme such as Rinse with no spin and then press start the following happens lights l1to l5 light and 4 appear on the display panel. a short burst of inlet water a minute of nothing , then another short burst of inlet water. The Drain pump then kicks in after about 20 secs there is another short bust of inlet water, then after a further 20secs the drain pump stops and lights l1 to l5 go out, after a further 1/2 minute the 4 disappears If I now press door unlock for about 4 secs the door clicks open and the 4 on the display reappears. Its as if the Control unit and the motor controller are not talking to each other. Any ideas on what I need to check?
As the title says, I have an ISE W288 eco Washing Machine. It is five years old and as ISE has folded and no longer has it free parts and labour guarantee. The other day I put a wash on, it got to the rinse cycle and then stopped. No power, No lights, nothing. I have checked the fuse and the plug socket and have opened up the machine and put a circuit tester across the mains input and power is getting as far as the control module. The on/off button does not respond, so the machine is dead. Am I right in thinking that the problem could actually be the control module rather than the door mech or heater element. The machine is in good condition, is kept clean and has not been over used as I live by myself. Please advise as I do not want to spend £200 on a new control Board in vein but at the moment I cannot imagine it is anything else. Update; Just put my circuit tester across the heater element and it has continuity and shows 24.4 Ohm resistance which is fine. In addition if I put my circuit tester on the live input for the Motor Control Unit and Neutral there is no power but if i put one of the probes to earth there is 240v regardless of if the power button is on or off......