Hello, I have used the advice on this forum many times only by using the search engine. Today I decided to register and ask for help because I am not able to find a solution on my own. The Bosch WAE24162 washing machine does not spin the drum. The entire cycle of washing, spinning and other programs runs correctly. You can hear the washing machine drawing and pumping water, you can hear the programmer's "clicks". Everything seems to be done as with previous washes, except that the drum does not rotate during washing or spinning.
I found the engine to blame. I took it out, replaced the brushes (I was sure it would start because the brushes were very worn). Nothing has changed after folding. Then I checked the engine by connecting it to the battery (advice from another topic) and it did not move. I'm not very experienced, I could have got something wrong. The engine is marked with: 151.60022.01 550018686 1BA6755-ORR I was thinking about buying a used motor. Here are my questions: - Do I have to look for an engine with the same markings? I don't know what these numbers mean, I found a lot of models no. 151.60022.03 - What else to check? Maybe you can start calmly from the beginning, maybe the fault is in the electronics. The washing machine stopped spinning after "blown fuses". It was on then.
As far as I know, the motor is powered by 230V alternating current, so I do not know how to check the motor on the battery. I would prefer someone with experience to explain how to check the engine to be sure it is out of order. You will spend money on the engine and the washing machine will still not work. There are many components that are responsible for the operation of the engine. When replacing brushes, it is worth taking care of cleaning the coupler.
Bosch washing machine does not spin the drum I can hear the washing machine taking and draining water, except that the drum does not rotate during washing or spinning. I replaced the brushes were badly worn. After folding, nothing has changed The washing machine stopped spinning after "blown fuses"
I suspect that after the "blown fuses" as you write, the path (burned out) of the motor control circuit could be damaged and despite the replacement of the brushes, the motor does not work. Remove the module and visually check the paths.
Hello. Send photos of the module from both sides, maybe these burns are really brush dust. I bet on the motor, after connecting to the battery, it should spin when it is well connected, we connect the windings in series. It's also worth taking a look at the commutator, you can also send its photos.
Take photos from the print side. Smudging is not a damage. It is always done in such a way that the higher voltage current will be "blackened" due to the electrostatic action of the paths (an electric field is created around the paths).
The engine was to blame, after installing the used replacement, the washing machine washes and spins. The thermic seems to be ok. I would like to diagnose exactly what was damaged there, but I don't think I can do it myself. I still have a question. The first thing I checked when the washing machine stopped spinning was the motor and the condition of the brushes. These were very short. I was sure that it would be enough to replace them and the trouble. Could the engine be damaged / burned because the brushes were too short (plugs fell out then) and there was a short circuit, engine overload and consequently damage? (we rent the apartment, the washing machine was equipped)
And in the old motor you cleaned the commutator?, It would be best to clean it and polish it with sandpaper. Then blow everything out with compressed air. But as written above, the rotor was probably damaged due to the weak pressure of the brushes, sparking and heating up the whole thing until it was punctured and short-circuited. But you can always try to recover.