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Easy Frigidaire Washer Troubleshooting

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Need to do some troubleshooting on Frigidaire washers? Well, you're in luck because I am about to walk you through the entire process.

First you need to know that the directions may be slightly different depending on if you have a front load washing machine or a top loading one.

While some problems will need a repair technician, there are quite a few issues you can take care of yourself in order to save some money.

My Frigidaire Washer has Drainage Problems

Is water backing up in your washer? Well there are a few things you may want to try before calling a repair man. First, make sure there is no kinks or clogs in your drain hose or your house drain that attaches to the washing machine.

All you need to do is grab a large bowl or a bucket and set it next to you while you disconnect the hose and drain it into the bowl. After that reattach it and run your washer on its rinse cycle and see if the issue has been fixed.

My Washing Machine Wont Fill Up

Now this is the oppose problem of the first. This time you cannot seem to get enough water into your washer. The remedy is the same, make sure there are no blockages or clogs in your hose or the place where it attaches. This is the most common cause of this issue and it is quite easy to fix.

My Frigidaire Washing Machine Wont Start

This is one of the scariest issues because it causes you to feel like your washer is a bust. Before you panic though, go to the power box in your house to see if the circuit breaker has tripped somehow. Also check to see if it became unplugged or if the plug has become lose. Most of the time a washer wont start due to lack of electricity.

My Frigidaire Washer Quit on Me

This is a common troubleshooting issue and it can happen for a couple of reasons. First, did the power cut off to the machine somehow? Circuit breaker? The second reason why it could turn off mid cycle is due to overheating.

Frigidaire washing machines are designed to turn themselves off when the motor gets too hot. The best thing to do is to leave it off for a few hours and try again. If it still wont work after that you will probably need to call a technician.


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