Simpson Washing Machines - Page 6 - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Why does my Simpson washing machine have no power
Impossible for someone out here in the internet to say why. Needs to be tested and diagnosed properly. Could be any number of reasons. Broken power cable,faulty on off power switch, faulty control board, blown fuse etc.etc As you have not even given the model number you really need to phone a service company.
on Sep 30, 2018
I've got a Simpson washing machine but when I filled it up with water there's water coming out from the bottom of the machine and the power just turn it self off
Check the water pump. If the pump shaft seals have worn out, it will leak water. I recently replaced a pump for a client with a similar problem but it wasn't shutting down from a short circuit caused by water. The pumps for Simpson machines are still in production and are quite easy to replace (find an appliance reconditioning shop and get a good used unit - it will save you some money). Also check the pump hoses for splits/leaks. Second place to look is the main agitator shaft seals for the wash bowl. This is a more involved repair and will require disassembly of the wash bowl/agitator to access it. There will also be a bearing on the shaft that should be replaced at the same time (washing powder is alkaline and will attack metal - once the seals protecting the bearings have failed, the bearing will rust out) Unfortunately the Simpson is a tough beast and isn't easy to tilt over to see where the water is coming from. You shouldn't need to turn the power on to find the leak. Just prop up one side of the machine with 2 blocks of wood etc and dump a few buckets of water into it and observe the underside with a torch (if it has been leaking substantially there should be tell-tale water stains in the vicinity of the leak)
on Sep 26, 2018
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