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Anyone know anything about washing machines :(

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Mine is working fine but when its finished the fabric conditioner compartment is full of water...... Its an indesit Read More
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Mine is working fine but when its finished the fabric conditioner compartment is full of water......

Its an indesit
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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1 Like #1
Have you checked to see if the dispenser drawer is full of soapy gunk at the back (which would prevent the conditioner flowing down)?
#2
LJM
Have you checked to see if the dispenser drawer is full of soapy gunk at the back (which would prevent the conditioner flowing down)?


yeah i clean it often and nothing there
1 Like #3
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.
#4
Foxy102
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.


where will i find it please ......
banned 1 Like #5
ilovepink
Foxy102
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.
where will i find it please ......

normally at the bottom of the machine there will be a square opening on the right hand side. Just open the catch and tube behind... Then just clean out all the gunk.

Warning... it will stink!
#6
guv
ilovepink
Foxy102
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.
where will i find it please ......


normally at the bottom of the machine there will be a square opening on the right hand side. Just open the catch and tube behind... Then just clean out all the gunk.

Warning... it will stink!


wicked thanks just gotta wait for this load to finish and will give it a whirl
2 Likes #7
The filter may also be full of water so have plenty of towels to hand! :)
1 Like #8
Foxy102
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.

or a pair of knickers
banned 1 Like #9
kidcat
The filter may also be full of water so have plenty of towels to hand! :)

this is true.

chelseabulldog
Foxy102
Checked the filter lately? Wonder if it may be backing up a bit.
or a pair of knickers

this is highly likely also! X)

LOL... You will definitely get some water coming out though..... and as I said, it will stink like sewage! (So clothes peg handy!)
1 Like #10
Get a shallow bowl under the filter as there is normally a small rubber hose. Direct the water into this and then take the filter out. Don't just unscrew the filter without doing this.
banned 1 Like #11
Foxy102
Get a shallow bowl under the filter as there is normally a small rubber hose. Direct the water into this and then take the filter out. Don't just unscrew the filter without doing this.

Hmmm. I've never managed to get anything under mine.... just a towel to soak up and get washed after!
1 Like #12
A baking tray with a small lip should work.
banned 1 Like #13
Foxy102
A baking tray with a small lip should work.

This is true! I'll remember that for future reference!
1 Like #14
Had the same problem recently...totally pulled out the drawer where the conditioner goes and there is a hole underneath that was blocked with gunk...cleaned it all out with a cotton bud and was fine after that....my parents had same problem lately the hole wasn't blocked but where the drawer slides out from there were lots of small holes which when cleaned out it did the trick...Good luck!
#15
thanks everyone am off to try this now........

wish me luck 8)
#16
pulled the filter out and was hardly anything on there and only a little bit of water wasnt smelly either

have cleaned it all again and running a hot wash on it see if its any better
1 Like #17
Pull the drawer completely out and if you have a dishwasher, bung it in there to give it a good clean.
#18
Foxy102
Pull the drawer completely out and if you have a dishwasher, bung it in there to give it a good clean.


yeah done that washed in boiling hot soapy water, looks brand new lol....just waiting for a super hot speed wash to finish so i can give it another go
#19
Thanks to everyone for you help :)
1 Like #20
I reckon it will be fine. Good luck ilp :)
#21
Foxy102
I reckon it will be fine. Good luck ilp :)


Thanks, didnt really wanna spend my saved up money on a new washer......not just yet anyway :)
1 Like #22
Just found this...

easy fix.
lift out the blue part of the conditioner compartment and you'll see attached a tube at the end.
clean this out completely.
also check the tube in the compartment is clear.
poke a cotton bud down it to clear it.
if you want to check to see if its worked take the drawer out(blue button at back of drawer) put the blue grid back in the dispenser and fill the compartment up under the tap ,hold the drawer level.
as it gets full you should see water start to flow out the back ,turn the tap off and if its worked the compartment will slowly empty.
these were a big problem for hotpoint and concentrated conditioners will block it regularly.
#23
Foxy102
Just found this...

easy fix.
lift out the blue part of the conditioner compartment and you'll see attached a tube at the end.
clean this out completely.
also check the tube in the compartment is clear.
poke a cotton bud down it to clear it.
if you want to check to see if its worked take the drawer out(blue button at back of drawer) put the blue grid back in the dispenser and fill the compartment up under the tap ,hold the drawer level.
as it gets full you should see water start to flow out the back ,turn the tap off and if its worked the compartment will slowly empty.
these were a big problem for hotpoint and concentrated conditioners will block it regularly.


mines indesit x

thanks again thou
1 Like #24
Nothing to do with the drawer if it's anything like our Indesit. Pull the draw out completely and look at the top bit of the compartment above it. There should be a set of holes above the drawer where the water will come in when needed and flush your conditioner in. You will probably find these holes are blocked. I don't really understand how these parts get clogged as it should be incoming clean water.
Get a paper clip or summat like it and give all these holes a good poke.
#25
greg_68
Nothing to do with the drawer if it's anything like our Indesit. Pull the draw out completely and look at the top bit of the compartment above it. There should be a set of holes above the drawer where the water will come in when needed and flush your conditioner in. You will probably find these holes are blocked. I don't really understand how these parts get clogged as it should be incoming clean water.
Get a paper clip or summat like it and give all these holes a good poke.


Yeah i know exactly where you mean i just scrubbed all that bit with an old toothbrush and a toothpick

thankyou x
#26
Looks like its worked, no water left in the drawer, now doing a wash fingers crossed
#27
ilovepink
Looks like its worked, no water left in the drawer, now doing a wash fingers crossed
if the cotton bud becomes abit tricky,when trying to clean the holes where the water despences from,top tip try a pipe cleaner worked a treat for my mums machine softner compartment clean after evry wash now good luck anyway
#28
greg_68
Nothing to do with the drawer if it's anything like our Indesit. Pull the draw out completely and look at the top bit of the compartment above it. There should be a set of holes above the drawer where the water will come in when needed and flush your conditioner in. You will probably find these holes are blocked. I don't really understand how these parts get clogged as it should be incoming clean water.
Get a paper clip or summat like it and give all these holes a good poke.


Given the area (that I believe) ILP lives, it could well be hard water. It's a nightmare down here!
#29
Foxy102
greg_68
Nothing to do with the drawer if it's anything like our Indesit. Pull the draw out completely and look at the top bit of the compartment above it. There should be a set of holes above the drawer where the water will come in when needed and flush your conditioner in. You will probably find these holes are blocked. I don't really understand how these parts get clogged as it should be incoming clean water.Get a paper clip or summat like it and give all these holes a good poke.
Given the area (that I believe) ILP lives, it could well be hard water. It's a nightmare down here!
i live in london,and when i say its bad down here its bad,ive got a washing machine not even 2 years old and im forever cleaning the water compartment,and rubber seal around the drum,and its still mouldy,for they cost ive told the wife when it goes for the £200 quid it costs im buying a new one not gonna bother with repairman,he always charges arm and a leg
#30
Yes, im with Thames Water too. Nightmare!
#31
Foxy102
greg_68
Nothing to do with the drawer if it's anything like our Indesit. Pull the draw out completely and look at the top bit of the compartment above it. There should be a set of holes above the drawer where the water will come in when needed and flush your conditioner in. You will probably find these holes are blocked. I don't really understand how these parts get clogged as it should be incoming clean water.
Get a paper clip or summat like it and give all these holes a good poke.


Given the area (that I believe) ILP lives, it could well be hard water. It's a nightmare down here!


yep defo if i remember you dont live that far....i even buy bottled water for my cup of tea because the water is so damn rank
2 Likes #32
whoop whoop!

washing machine is a ok

cheers peeps!

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