The Fisher & Paykel Smart Drive and EcoSmart electronic washing machines are equipped with fault detecting software to help easily determine the cause whenever a problem occurs. Not like other electronic washing machines, these ones do not have displays to flash the code, but rather use the eight (8) light-emitting diodes (LED) of the Wash Progress indicators to indicate the fault code. The eight (8) LEDs stands as an 8-bit binary number (zeroes and ones) that must be decoded and then converted to the decimal number system to get the fault code. The fault code can be decoded by determining which Wash Progress LEDs are lit. Once determined which of the LEDs are lit, write down the 8-bit binary code; 1 for lit LEDs and 0 for the off ones. For example; the final wash, rinse, and spin LEDs are lit; the binary code is 00001101. This in turn can be converted to the decimal number system by multiplying each digit with its corresponding place value then adding up the result. From left to right, the place values are 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4 , 2, and 1 respectively. Therefore, the decimal equivalent of 00001101 is 128(0) + 64(0) + 32(0) + 16(0) + 8(1) + 4(1) + 2(0) + 1(1) = 8 + 4 + 1 = 13; the fault code is 13.
Fault code 49 is water valves, But the Aqua-Smart board is outputting the wrong code here, The Smart pump has blown the water valves fuse, A common thing in Aqua-Smart Machines.
The Smart pump has jammed with lint and caused over current to the board and taken out parts on the board that drive the pump.
Best to get a new/recondition board for your machine.
There is a small spiral spring between the bowl and the cabinet, which help hold the bowl away from the out of balance switch.....OOB switch is at the back RHS of the machine, the spring is situated diagonally opposite (LHS Front). Lift lid, remoce 2 round plugs and loosen screws. Carefully lift hob and check the spring!.....I hope this helps...good luck...Nomess
OK this is kind of an elementary question but have you checked you have power at the outlet? To do this, plug in a small light or appliance that you know is working. If there is no power then check the supply fuse/circuit breaker. If there is power then the fault is in the machine (duh?).
To find this the circuit has to be checked by someone with the necessary equipment and experience, not something I would suggest an untrained person attempt. I no this is not a lot of help but the best I can do from here. Good Luck Bob