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I have a Bosch Maxx 7 WAE24362FF/34 - very similar to a UK WAE24369GB - only a few years old.

On all cycles, it finishes at 0:01 with a click-a-click-a-click noise (dunno if the clicks are normal or not - I don't think they are?).

There is no water visible in the drum BUT if the clothes are left in the drum for an hour after it finishes there is a powdery stain on the bottom items - as though they have sucked up dirty water.

From reading the forums I have tried some self-help - I have replaced the drain pump, run a program with white vinegar and run a few 90C cycles but no difference, I ran a 15 min express with the outlet pipe in a bowl at floor level but no difference (ie it drains loads of water and none visible in the drum but still finishes on 0:01).

Any ideas on what I try next ?

Thanks

Ant

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  • Some washing machines can stick for hours or indefinitely without triggering an error code,some can even get stuck on the last 1 minute remaining section. This can be caused by various things such as a heater going open circuit mid-wash or faulty connections on NTCs. Even low electrical insulation readings can cause it. It’s best to get someone in if this happens

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Wow. Is the machine still functioning but with the sticking on the last minute issue? 

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Thanks for the update. So I presume it is washing and drying the laundry okay. Very strange. If by any chance you are finding that some laundry isn't getting properly clean I would strongly suspect a possible open circuit heating element. But if everything is fine then I can fully understand why you haven't called in an engineer.

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Thanks very much for the update. I presume by engine you mean the motor. It’s certainly very strange. I can’t really connect the symptoms of sticking with 1 minute at the end with fluff and dust in the motor though. 

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Thanks. That makes more sense if it's low insulation from carbon dust in the motor. I wouldn't normally expect to be able to clear that with a vacuum cleaner, it normally would need stripping down and cleaning out (although many motors can't be taken apart these days) or blowing out with a good flow of compressed air. Glad it's worked for you. Normally a build up of carbon dust is caused when the brushes are quite worn and ready for replacing. Hopefully the engineer checked and found them ok.

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