Haier washers that don’t move to the next cycle of washing could create confusion and frustration. There are several possible reasons for this problem that range from basic to more complex.
We’ll discuss the most frequently-cited reasons why your Haier washer won’t advance into the next cycle, and provide step-by-step directions on how to fix the issue. This guide is written for novices and experienced DIYers. It will guide you through how to get your Haier washer back in working order within minutes.
The reason a Haier washer will not advance to the next cycle depends on the type of washer you have a top-load Haier washer cannot advance to the spin and drain cycle when a broken lid switch is creating the impression that it’s open. A Haier washing machine that isn’t able to complete the cycle might have a damaged timer or defective water-level pressure switch. A malfunctioning or damaged drain pump, or the shifter assembly in a top-load vertical modular Haier washing machine can cause it to stop in mid-cycle. This washer can be stopped mid-cycle if it has excessive suds.
For the front-load Haier washer, a broken door lock assembly of the washer, failed main control board, or malfunctioning motor control board could prevent the Haier washer from concluding the cycle. When the washer senses a problem, it will transmit a digital error message to the control board. This can cause the cycle to stop. These repairs can help resolve your Haier Washer issue. Switch the lid off of the washer: The lid switch on a top-load Haier washer has a safety switch that determines if the lid of the washer is closed. The lid must be closed as the basket spins. If the Haier washer isn’t aware that the lid has been opened the machine will not spin or drain after the wash cycle.
Top load Haier washers require closure of the lid prior to the motor’s start. A lid that is opened can prevent some top-load Haier washers from filling. If the lid switch isn’t detecting whether the lid is shut, replace the switch. Replace the Haier washer-shifter unit: The bottom of the gear box houses the shifter assembly, sometimes referred to as the actuator-in-a top-load washer. The motor within the shifter assembly shifts the drive system from spinning modes to the agitation. A sensor located on the shifter is able to monitor the position of the drive system throughout the wash cycle. The washer will stop washing if the motor, sensor or mechanical part of the shifter assembly fails, and give an error code. If the assembly of the shifter fails, replace it.
Replace the Haier washer door lock assembly
The door lock assembly on a front load Haier washer has a safety switch that checks if the door of the washer is closed with a latch, as well as a locking mechanism. If any of these parts fail when the door is opened, the door won’t be locked; however, if a part fails when the door closed, the door will not open. If any part is damaged, you should replace the whole assembly. Replace the Haier washer main control board :The main electronic control board, sometimes referred to as the mother board, is responsible for the timing and the execution of washer component functions. It regulates the fill valves, the drive motor and the drain pump.
Replace the Haier washer timer
The timer -also known as a cycle selector is the dial used to set the cycle on a Haier washing machine with mechanical controls. The timer controls the Haier washer’s cycle from filling up to spin. Replace the timer in the event that it fails to move the washer through its cycle. Repair or replace the Haier washer drain pump :The drain pump takes water out of the Haier washer at the right time during the washing cycle. The bearing of the pump can become stuck and fail the seal or the impeller blades can break. The belt that drives belt-driven pumps can break, and the pulley may shear off. If the Haier washer is filled with water or hum, it could be a sign of a malfunctioning pump. It is possible to repair the pump in certain cases by removing debris from it, replacing a seal, or fixing wiring issues. It is possible to replace the pump if it’s impossible to repair or rebuild.
Replace the Haier washer motor control board
The motor control board is a board for circuit control found in a front load Haier washer that is typically located in the lower portion of the washing machine near the drive motor. It controls and monitors the motor’s speed and direction for spin and tumble actions that occur during the cycle. The motor control board may require replacement should the motor stop running.
Replace the Haier washer water-level pressure switch
The water-level pressure switch detects the water level in the wash tub. The washer won’t fill correctly if the water level pressure sensor is damaged. It might not fill at all or it could overfill to the level of overflowing. Change the pressure switch if it fails to sense or regulate the water level of the washer.