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Crosley Washing... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


bang hard near catch might release it.....

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Crosley Washing... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


Thank you for your post, derek dion!
From the information you have provided you need to know how to access the drain pump on your Crosley washer. I was unable to locate a step by step instruction sheet on how to access the drain pump. From your parts manual you would need to remove the front panel and it is located directly under the drum. If you are having trouble locating it or removing the front panel I would recommend contacting a professional technician for proper disassembly and repair. Best of luck! -OOS

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Feb 28, 2015


The fill valve may not be closing completely. Some manufacturers recommend turning off the water supply when the machine is not ion use.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015


A fill valve will have a connection to the water supply and a tube or hose going to the point of discharge. It will also have a two-prong electrical connector on it at the top of the solenoid coil housing.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


No button. Unplug from outlet for at least 10 minutes, then plug back in.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


The machine thinks the door isn't closed. Could be due to a faulty door switch or control board.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


You could try a reset by unplugging the cord, wait 10 minutes or more, then plug it back in and press the Start/Cancel button.

Otherwise, if a chinese control board is bad, you'll need a technician.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


Unplug the washer for at least 10 minutes, then plug it back in and press Start/Cancel.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The LR code means "Locked Rotor". This could be due to:
  1. The control board at the top of the unit has lost connection to the motor and its control board at the bottom. Check for loose connectors. Also try 're-seating' each connector by pulling it off and pushing it on two or three times.
  2. The motor and/or control board at the bottom are shot.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The LR code means "Locked Rotor". This could be due to:
  1. The control board at the top of the unit has lost connection to the motor and its control board at the bottom. Check for loose connectors. Also try 're-seating' each connector by pulling it off and pushing it on two or three times.
  2. The motor and/or control board at the bottom are shot.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The transmission is shot.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The water valves are controlled by a solenoid. If water is merely dripping into the tub, then that valve is worn out and needs to be replaced. This problem is often caused by too high a pressure in the household water supply. It should be only abour 60 PSI.

If it's "running" into the tub, then it's possible the solenoid is getting power when it shouldn't. In that case, suspect a faulty chinese control board.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The end of your drain hose is too low causing a siphon action. Your user's manual lists the minimum drain hose height for your model in the "Installation" section. Generally speaking, it should be at least as high as the top of the tub, or 3 ft.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


Possible drainage problem, or control board failure. To check drain, disconnect the power cord from the receptacle, then remove drain hose from pump. Ensure there is no blockage in the pump nor in the hose. Reconnect hose and clamp. Reconnect power cord and check.

If still no good, suspect failed chinese control board.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


The washer is stuck in "pause" mode. You can try pressing the Start/Cancel button to see if that clears it. If not, try unplugging the washer for about 10 minutes to force a reset.

If still no go, suspect problem with door latch/striker switch or failure of a cheap chinese control board. In fact, failure-prone chinese control boards are at the heart of virtually all premature failures of modern appliances. They usually only last just long enough to span the warranty period.

There should be an electrical schematic diagram attached to the back of the unit. You may be able to use that to identify the faulty part. Don't be surprised if the replacement board costs alot more than it's size and simplicity might indicate.

Crosley Washing... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015

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