Hoover SE230 Washing Machine... HELP!!

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  1. Jiminybobs

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    Please help!! I have a Hoover SE230 washing machine which has completely died on me. 1st thing I noticed was that it wasn't completing the cycle, it wasn't taking the fabric conditioner from the drawer and it just wanted to spin forever. Then 2 days later it completely stopped mid cycle wit has water still in the drum. Changed plug and fuse as thought it blew but still the same, just completely dead. Any ideas on how to fix??
     
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    Jiminybobs, good evening.

    Have you tried?
    1/. Is the discharge hose kinked? or blocked?
    2/. have you [ever] cleaned the filter? If the drum is full of water you will need a bowl to catch as much water as you can when opening the filter cap.

    Has the machine "blown" a fuse on the distribution board? [other appliances may not be working as well] if the machine is on a circuit used by several appliances?

    Link to your manual if needed???

    https://manuall.co.uk/hoover-se-230-01-washing-machine/

    Ken.
     
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    Evening Ken, thanks for replying.

    Yeah I checked the hose, the pipes and cleaned the filter and the changed the fuses. No other appliances blew it was just the washing machine that went. Took the back off and looked underneath , can't see anything obvious. Only thing I haven't done yet is take the top off and follow the mains wire into machine and look at control panel.

    It's been a great washer, quiet, fast and perfect up to now.

    Will follow the link and have a read.

    Thanks again.
     
  5. delmel

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    A Blockage should not stop the power, just prevents it from going through the cycle. If your saying its dead, you need to check its getting power to the machine, if it is and its dead then not so good, could cost more to resolve than its worth.
     
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