Question about Bosch Washing Machines
It seems to me that the water pump is not emptying fast enough that seems that there might be something stuck in the pump clogging the outlet,first of all turn the machine off blow down the outlet pipe,if you cannot blow into it then remove the back cover and remove the pump housing to remove the blockage,resemble and there should be an improvement in the spin problem
Posted on Sep 27, 2019
Get the pennies or dimes out of the accordian style black hose at the bottom of the washer. You will need to lay the washer against something so you can get in from underneath. Take a plyers and squeeze the medal clamp so the hose can slip off. I found 3 dimes that acted like washers. The machine will drain.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
SOURCE: banging noise on spin cycle
most front loaders are balanced by a large: ready for this: cement block inside at the top of your machine and because spin is so fast it can sometimes hit inside your machine or it has brokin a peice off ,sorry but yours going to have to get the repair person out.adrian
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
There is a door bottom right of the system which has a screw out (by hand) plug.
Remove this and ensure there are no foreign objects such as coins, bobby pins etc stuck.
I have found this to be a problem with the Bosch systems and cost me $150 the first time.
Ensure you have some towels as when you open the plug, water will escape
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
When my washer did that, I found that the shocks that hold the tub were bad...
Check out this tip I wrote about that...
Washer Problems Washer noise when spinning
Posted on May 20, 2010
SOURCE: my washing machine model samsung
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France- Frid morning 11:52.
It does literally sound as if the belt is slipping! This can happen with time. I would advise purchasing a replacement belt to be fitted by a confident/competent person- as you might well be!
REMOVE THE BACK.
The motor and belt should be easily visible- on most front loaders they 'stare you in the face'.
The motor's support bolts will require slackening, the old belt will probably come off very easily. The new belt is likely to be quite awkward/difficult to put on as it is a tight fit. Once on the belt requires to be re-tensioned by pulling the motor FIRMLY so that the belt is quite tight- if it is not already, that is.
ON NO ACCOUNT SHOULD A LEVER OF ANY SORT BE USED. THE ACTION COULD DAMAGE THE BELT, MOTOR AND BEARINGS.
I believe this should cure your problem.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
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