The make of the washing machine is whirlpool awz 510 e
Asked by maiseyg 8 years ago
The make of the washing machine is whirlpool awz 510 e
Asked by maiseyg 8 years ago
Asked by ishan udyoga 4 years ago
During the washing process there is a clunk (once) noise. It occurs after filling but before agitation; after agitation but before emptying; after emptying but before filling for rinse etc. Wondering if this is a transmission or gear problem
When the washing machine stops spinning during the rinse cycle it makes a loud rattling sound that echos through the house. Is there a way I can tighten or replace something or do I just buy a new one?
Asked by jonnyc249 8 years ago
I have 3 dogs and it is a royal pain in my (2 surgeries on my back in 2 years) back to wash them. I see ads for a product that does that, but im sure its a combination of Baking Soda and some other items. Any ideas would be great.
Asked by chris73044 8 years ago
I have a GE washer model #WJSR4160D0CC. When I start a load I like to soak our whites for a few hours so I stop the washer after it fills up and spins for a while and let them soak. After I stop the washer you can still hear the timer running and clicking is my timer going bad? My husband says it should not make this noise at all once I push in the knob to let it soak. Once the washer runs through the full cycle it does not make this sound. Is it going bad? Any thoughts? Thank you.
Asked by spunkyra 8 years ago
The RCA Whirlpool washing machine is 10 years old. It works perfectly, but it has a small OIL leak at the left front of the washing machine. Joe.
I have a direct drive Lg Washer , when it goes into rinse cycle it makes a loud noise. Could this be the pump?
Asked by jetnbudge 8 years ago
Hello, i already asked a question about a car starter as a Motor for my Electric bike project. I got bad news from the answers, so I wanna use a washing machine motor. My question is, do i need 240V to power it? Or it has like a transformator in the washing machine that makes the voltage lower? I never opened one..
Asked by dsirotic 4 years ago
I work for a charity with Aboriginal Australians in the remote outback of Australia, a place called Arnhem land, it is worth a google. People need washing machines, they buy them, they break , even with warranty cover, they can not be fixed as no service men will come here to service them, we are too remote. Houses here have about 20 people living in them, there is no work here and people live on small government payments which are not enough to cover daily expenses. Due to the difficulty in accquiring and maintaining a working washing machine, health issues such as Crusted Scabies have taken hold here, and cause much suffering. We can't erradicate the disease here without getting working washing machines. We need a solution, an easy to use, easy to fix washing machine. No electronics. Cold water only is fine. Possibly even hand operated, or wind operated (or other) I found one which is a plastic tub which turns with a handle and stands on two feet. However the construction too flimsy, the tub not big enough for a bed sheet, it was green though. Didn't use electric power. Anyone have any ideas? Know any other sites I could post on to get ideas? Thanks : )
Posted by lisafromnz 5 years ago
You can make a washing machine motor with the module and taco run with a potentiometer switch to give you speed control over the motor I have the planes for a hot point motor but not the motor im using !! does anyone have the no how as to with leads to connect to contact email@example.com
Asked by rumsey 8 years ago
I would like to know what the service codes mean for the Fisher and Paykel Smart Drive or Intelligent washing machines. Mine keeps telling me I need service but I can't afford to have someone come out if it's something simple. I've already replaced the hose on it.
Asked by Rustyblue 5 years ago
Let me tell you how I bathe my cat. This is no fluke. I have even taken a cat to a college class and given him a bath as a demonstration. If anything would set a cat off, that would. I have even bathed cats that aren't mine. Take a big breath and relax. Your state of mind will influence his. Start with a clean counter next to the kitchen sink. Put towels on it. Don't have them so close to the sink that the cat could grab it. I generally have the cat facing away from the towels and toward the water faucet. Don't have him facing you. He'll try to grab you and climb up your chest. Get your shampoo opened and handy. Consider which hand will be easier for you to hold the cat and which to wash. Set up your towels and sinks accordingly. Now, plug the side of the sink you'll be using to bathe the cat. In the other side, start the water. Get it to the temperature you want. Turn the pressure down to a slow flow - on that side. Put your cat into the empty, plugged up side of the sink, facing the wall. I have bathed a cat with and without a towel in the sink. Your choice. Let him watch the water for a few seconds until both of you relax. With your washing hand, cup your hand, fill it with water and "pet" your cat with it. Start on his back, not his head. Do this several times. Slowly move the faucet over to his side of the sink but not ON him. Continue "petting" him with water. If he's relatively calm, increase the water pressure so the sink is slowly filling. Remember, you're washing with one hand and restraining him gently with the other. Put some shampoo on him and water-pet and wash him. Have a little PLASTIC cup handy so you can scoop some of the water from his side of the sink and pour it over him (it has soap in it - might as well use it to the max). Continue washing until you are satisfied that he is clean. GENTLY remove the plug and let the water drain WHILE you are filling that cup with clean water and gently pouring it over him. Scratch and pet him frequently. Talk to him. Rinse him thoroughly. When you are all done, let him drip a little. You might want to gently squeeze his legs and tail to 'ring' some of the excess water off of him. Then put him on the towels and wrap him up gently but quickly. Use old towels. If he has his claws he might snag them a little. Drying is the hardest part because he wants to run away. Dry him as best you can and then release him in a warm room. Don't let him outside until he is dry. I hope this works for you as it has for me.
Posted by lilredcin 6 years ago
My first set of fabric that I washed in the washing machine (according to the instructions) frayed quite badly on the sides. Should I have run a basting stitch up the side of it before I washed it? Or should I wash it on gentle cycle even though it's normal wash item?
Asked by DanielleM105 1 year ago
Hi! I bought a few fabric quarters from Joanns and the sticker says "do not pre wash," but it has washing instructions. Do I still pre wash it in this situation?
Asked by Stitchtejas 1 year ago
Washing full loads of laundry with only one cup of water? The Xeros washing machine, created by researchers at Leeds University, uses plastic chips combined with just one cup of water and detergent to clean your clothes. Since washing machines are a major source of water consumption, this invention, if it is viable, could help reduce our water usage by an enormous amount.Link
Posted by joshf 9 years ago
To shrink the fabric first, do you use a washing machine or soak in water by hand is enough?
Asked by WendyH118 5 months ago
Asked by pallavishivdas 8 years ago
Stepa to operate a commercial dish wahing machine
I would like to be able to run an automatic washing machine the same as one does TWIN TUB washing machine. like adding the water myself via a bucket instead of the machine connected to a tap. as i intend to live out in the bush with only generator power and no water pump on the tank. can an automatic washing machine be made to operate as a manual one.?? thanks everyone.!!
Asked by yeovile 5 years ago
Got some dirty spots on my sofa. Any one knows how to wash them off?
Asked by zyao 5 years ago
I want to know what to do if i find a whale on the beech if i ever do??? Please help :2)
Asked by henster22 7 years ago
So I have been looking for a cheap way to quickly wash small loads of laundry and came across the "Wonder Wash" (http://www.laundry-alternative.com/washing.htm). The main issue I have with this thing is the $50 price tag. I know that it is a small amount to pay to reduce your water and electricity needs but times are tight. My baby seems to go through 5-6 burp rags a day and I don't like using the washing machine for such a small load every other day. Anyone have any insight on how I can build one of these on the cheep? Cheers Cody
Posted by loki7856 8 years ago
I have some expensive dress shirts. i wash them on cold and put them in the dryer. it recommends washing on cold but says to line dry them. they are turning white and discolored. i have only washed them 3 times. could it be the dryer?
Asked by DELETED_DELETED_kruser495 6 years ago
Ratios for moonshine wash please
Asked by Pack13 8 years ago
Yep. another one. It was stupid, but it still happened... I washed an ipod. Its an ipod nano 2g, got washed and went about 20min into dryer cycle. It was turned off (hold switch on so there was no chance of it turning on). Ipod is now in rice, turned off. How long should I lieave it in there? Also, are there any other preventative measures I should take to get it operational? I have not tried or attempted to turn the ipod on thus far. Thanks -Astroboy907
Asked by astroboy907 6 years ago
Will not be used for drinking
Having had a washing machine drain line problem this weekend, I began wondering about ways of disposing of the drain water. With the soap and bleach I'm not sure of just pumping in to the lawn. This time of the year (Summer) the ground around the house slab get very dry and separates from the slab and I was thinking drain water might help but again not sure of yard and flower effects. Seem like a huge waster of reusable water. Any ideas?
Posted by uguy 10 years ago
My laundry has a sour odor after being washed in my top-loading washer. It stops temporarily if I run it with just bleach and water for a cycle. Not sure whats causing it. Anyone else have this problem?
Asked by robjob1918 7 years ago
I have an item that is crocheted. I'd like too give it the felting look. What exactly is felting? How do you felt? Can felting be done outside of the washing machine? How is felting done in the washing machine? Anyone have any idea's? Thanks
Asked by lawdog323 9 years ago