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Indesit WIL133 washing machine

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by hummingbird, 23 May 2010.

  1. hummingbird

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    Indesit WIL133 washing machine

    It fills up but then after about 15 seconds, it empties. Then it does this again and again, until I switch it off at the wall. It won't switch off at the machine. Several lights flash - the door light, easy iron and extra rinse.

    Thank you for any advice.
     
  2. rocks1

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    f01 light 4, motor triac
    f02 light 3 motor, jammed/ tacho
    f03 lights 3&4 Ntc fault
    f04 light 2. pressure sw stuck on empty
    f05 lights 2&4, pressure sw stuck on full
    f06 lights 2&3, N/A?
    f07 lights 2&3&4 heater relay
    f08 light 1. heater relay
    f09 lights 1&4 eprom/setup error
    f10 lights 1&3, pressure switch not sensing
    f11 lights 1&3&4, pump/draining error
    f12 lights 1&2, communication error
    f13 lights 1&2&4, dryer ntc/ fan motor
    f14 lights 1&2&3, dryer heater
    f15 lights 1&2&3&4, dryer heater relay
    f16 N/A
    f17 light 4, door lock
    f18 light 3 comms error (3 phase motor) power board
     
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  3. hummingbird

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    Thank you very much for this list. It's lights 3&4 - am I right in thinking that NTC is the brand name of the thermostat? If so, then I think we know how to change that.

    Great, thanks!
     
  4. Leccy758

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    NTC stands for Negative Temperature Coefficient
    PTC stands for Positive Temperature Coefficient

    One increases resistance when heated the other decreases resistance when heated.

    They are both used as temperature sensors though. They need to be matched up to the programmer so it can measure the correct temperature.
     
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    Thank you. We've got the old sensor out and found a place locally which sells replacements so we'll try that.
     
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    Keep turning off then starts up again
     

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