How To Fix Hoover Washing Machine Won’t Finish Cycle

A Hoover washing machine that doesn’t proceed to the next cycle can be an annoyance and a challenge to address. This problem can result from a variety of causes, ranging from basic to more complex. We will discuss the most commonly-cited reasons for why your Hoover washer won’t advance to the next cycle and then give step-by step instructions on how to fix it. This guide is designed for seasoned DIYers and first-timers. It will help you understand how to resolve your Hoover washer back to working order within minutes. It’s all dependent on the type of Hoover washer you are using. Top-loading Hoover washers will not progress to the spin or drain cycle when the lid switch is not working. A Hoover washing machine that won’t finish the cycle could also be suffering from a malfunctioning timer or an inoperable pressure switch for the water level. For a top-loading vertical modular Hoover washer a faulty shifter assembly or drain pump can stop the washer mid-cycle. This washer can also stop mid-cycle in the event that there is excessive suds. For the front load Hoover washer, a malfunctioning door lock assembly of the washer or a malfunctioning main electronic control board, or faulty motor control board can prevent the Hoover washer from completing an entire cycle. If the washer is aware of any issue, it will send a code of error to the controller board. This could result in the cycle having to stop.


Switch the lid off of the washer:

The lid switch in a top-load Hoover washer is a safety switch that detects whether the lid of the washer is shut. The lid must be closed when the basket spins. in the event that the Hoover washer detects incorrectly that the lid has been opened it will not spin and drain following the wash cycle. Certain top-load Hoover models need the lid of the washer to be closed before the drive motor starts to spin. The lid is not closed, which prevents certain top-load Hoover washers from filling. Replace the switch if the lid switch doesn’t detect if the lid is closed.

Change the Hoover washer-shifter assembly:

The lower part of the gear box houses the shifter assembly, also known as the actuator-in a top-load washer. The motor of the shifter assembly shifts the drive system’s direction between spin and agitation mode. A sensor located on the shifter monitors the position of the drive system throughout the wash cycle. The washer will stop when the sensor, motor or mechanical component of the shifter assembly fails and emit an error message. Replace the shifter assembly in case it malfunctions. Replace the Hoover washer door lock assembly :The door lock assembly for a front load Hoover washer includes a safety switch that detects whether the washer door is closed along with a latch as well as a locking mechanism. The door will not lock should any of the components fail when it is opened. If one of the components fails while the door closed, it won’t open. If any component is damaged, you should replace the entire assembly.

Replace the main Hoover washer controller:

The main electronic control board (also called the mother board) is responsible for the timing and execution of washer component functions. It is responsible for the drain valves and fill valves pumps, as well as the drive motor.

Replace the Hoover washer timer:

The timer, also known as the cycle selector, is the dial that you use to set the cycles of a Hoover washing machine that has mechanical controls. The timer regulates the Hoover washer’s cycle from filling to spin. If the timer doesn’t move the washer throughout its cycle, you can replace it.

Replace or repair or replace the Hoover washer drain pump:

The drain pump takes water out of the Hoover washer at the right times during the washing cycle. The impeller blades’ seal, impeller blades and bearing of the pump can wear out. A pump driven by a belt can have its belt fail and the pulley might shatter. A loud hum during the time that the Hoover washer is full of water is a common sign of a failed pump. In some instances you can fix the pump by cleaning it of any debris as well as fixing wiring problems or replacing the seal. You can replace the pump in cases where it’s impossible to repair or replace it.

Replace the Hoover motor control board in the washer:

The motor control board is situated just in front of the drive motor in the Hoover front load washer. It’s typically found in the lower part of the washer. It controls and monitors the drive motor’s speed as well as direction for the tumble and spin activities during the cycle. If the motor isn’t running then the motor control panel may need to be replaced.

Replace the Hoover 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 has been damaged. It may not fill properly or it might overfill until it spills over. Replace the pressure switch in the event that it does not identify or regulate the water level in the washer.