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Display I turned the machine power off when I went on holidays. When I returned the machine works but I have no display.

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    I have no display

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Hi it is most likely a faulty module
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I suggest you rapid reading of alarms.
  • Press the START/PAUSE button and the nearest option button simultaneously for at least 2 seconds: the LEDs initially switch off, and then display the flashing sequence indicating the last alarm.
  • To display the previous alarms, press the button to the left of the START/PAUSE button in sequence.
  • To return to the last alarm, press the START/PAUSE button.
  • The alarm continues to be displayed for the amount of time required, and then the display returns to its normal operation.
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4.4 Restart Feature
If a fault occurs in the machine, the diagnostic system will detect it. However, instead of displaying
a fault code immediately, the machine will try to restart. If the fault was only of temporary nature,
the machine will restart and finish the cycle. If there is a continuous fault the machine will try to
restart a number of times.
This process could take up to 8 minutes depending on the type of fault. After this, if the machine
still cannot restart, the fault code is displayed and the machine will beep continuously. The number
of retries will depend on the fault that it has detected, however the maximum number or retries for
any one fault is 32 times.
The restart feature is turned on when a machine leaves the factory. For servicing we strongly
recommend that this feature be disabled.
To turn the restart feature on follow the procedures below:
1. Enter diagnostic mode (Refer to Section 4).
2. Press WATER LEVEL DOWN so that the low water level LED is lit.
3. Press POWER to turn the display off (the 5 leftmost wash progress LEDs will be flashing).
4. Press POWER to turn the machine on.
5. The machine can now be tested on any cycle.
To turn the restart feature off, either repeat the steps above or switch off the power to the machine.
The restart feature can be permanently programmed in to the machine's memory. When in
diagnostic mode press and hold ADVANCE down at the same time as pressing WATER LEVEL
DOWN. A long beep will acknowledge the setting has been retained in EEPROM. Press POWER
to retain selection as with size switching. To remove from the permanent memory, repeat the
above procedure.
Note: This feature is designed as a service aid only and should be left on in the customer's
home. To return to normal operation, and to reset the restart feature to the factory setting,
switch the machine off at the wall or disconnect from the mains supply.
4.5 Recycle Feature
The recycle feature, when enabled, will cause the machine to continuously repeat the cycle that
has been selected. At the completion of the spin cycle the machine will power off briefly then
power back up again and will start the cycle programmed.
This feature would be useful to help identify an intermittent problem, and would be best used if the
machine had been taken back to a workshop for service.
To turn the recycle feature on follow the procedures below:
1. Enter diagnostic mode (Refer to Section 4).
2. Press WATER LEVEL UP so that the Medium water level LED is lit.
3. Press POWER to turn the display off (the 3 rightmost wash progress LEDs will be flashing).
4. Press POWER to turn the machine on.
The machine can now be tested on any cycle.
Note: This feature is designed as a service aid only and should be OFF in the customer's
home. To return to normal operation, and to return the recycle feature to the factory
setting, switch the machine off at the wall or disconnect from the mains supply.

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I found a small part (looks like the top part of a pen) in my washer, now when i turn on the washer the goes in but does not stop, does not start the wash cycle. Also door keeps locking and unlocking.


How to run a diagnostic test:
  1. Unplug power cord, then wait 30 seconds.
  2. After plugging in, follow these instructions...
To Enter SERVICE MODE: Press Signal-Delay-5ignal-Delay (within 30 seconds of plugging in washer).
To Exit SERVICE MODE: Repeat Signal-Delay-Signal-Delay.

Here are the possible tests to run (TEST LIST). The error codes from t02 will probably be the best indicator of your problem. (scroll down to bottom to see what each command button does once you are in test mode)
  • "t01"
    Model ID
    Verifies (or sets on new board) the proper Model id
  • "t02"
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    Lists up to 10 control-detected problems
  • "t03"
    Software ID
    Verifies using latest Control-eePROM-lnverter software
  • "t04"
    Exercise lCD/lEDs
    Verifies that all the displays and buttons work
  • "tOS"
    Pump Test
    Tests drain-out pump
  • "t06"
    Pressure Switch Test
    Fills to all 3 levels, then pumps out water
  • "tOT'
    ThermistorlHeater Test
    Verifies that both the Thermistor and Heater work
  • "t10"
    Tumble Test
    Verifies Washer Tumbles (I.e. Wash cycle)
  • "t11"
    Spin Test
    Verifies Washer spins
  • "t12"
    Dispenser Test
    Verifies Dispenser fill works-for all four fill modes
  • "t13"
    EOl Test
    Performs End-of-Line test sequence

Button Commands (based upon test mode)
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t01 prerequisites: none

Start Displays defined Model id (01-04); displays "---" if new board (to set Model id, rotate knob unlil desired id [01-04] displayed, press and hold "START' key to program desired model)
Power Returns to "t01"
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t02 prerequisites: none

Start Displays most recent error code (EOO=none)
Start Displays previous error code (up to previous 10)
Hold start Clear all error codes (and then displays EOO)
Power Returns to "102"
------------------------------------------------------------------
t03 prerequisites: none

Start Alternate "cod" and Control Software version
Start Alternate "EE" and eePROM version
Start Alternale "Inv" and Inverter Software version
Power Returns to "103"
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t04 prerequisites: none

Start loops on lighting lED's, LCD and cycle ids
Any button Beeps when depressed
Power Returns to "t04"
------------------------------------------------------------------
tOS prerequisites: none

Start Displays "P" and pump for 60 seconds
Power Returns to "t05"
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t06 prerequisites: none

Start Displays "E" (for Empty) and starts filling when reaches Foam level-displays "F"
Start Fill, when reaches Main level-displays "nl"
Start Fill, when reaches overflow leve~ displays "OF," pumps out, displays "E" when tub empty
Power Returns to "t06"
------------------------------------------------------------------
t07 prerequisites: Main level pressure switch must work

Start Displays temperature in OF, fills to main level, turns on heater up to 5 minutes, displaying rising temperature
Power Pumps out water and returns to ''t07''
------------------------------------------------------------------
t10 prerequisites: none

Start Displays "It" and tumbles tub alternating the direction every 5 seconds
Power Stops tumbling and returns to "t10"
------------------------------------------------------------------
t11 prerequisites: none

Start Spins to 400 RPM displaying increasing RPM
Start Spins to 1100 RPM [Greater than or equal to 1000, displays "Axx"; Greater than or equal to 1100, displays "bxx" (xx, 0 to 99)] [currently error-automatically goes to 0 RPM]
Power Stops spinning and returns to "t11" when stops
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t12 prerequisites: none

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Start Displays "ddt" and fills via main wash chamber
Start Displays "bdl" and fills via bleach chamber
Start Displays "Fdt" and fills via fabric softener chamber (stops if reaches Main level during any fill)
Power Pumps out water and returns to "t12"
------------------------------------------------------------------
t13 prerequisites: none

Start Starts EOl test sequence (NOT used in Repair)
Power Returns to ''t13''

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http://www.fixya.com/support/t9556917-ge_model_wcvh6800j_error_code_04

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