My dd603ss is tripping switches as soon as i turn it on,i had a leak ,dried it out with towel and hairdryer and left it for a few days when i plugged it back in the sqame problem persisted.can somebody help?
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Re: dd603ss c?tting power
"If your not a technician etc this could be a dangerous and tricky job" Ok you need to replace the RFI module (lower PCB/flood sensor) there could also be a fault with one motor controller module you'd need to unplug one drawer at a time then turn on to see which ones faulty. Then you'd also need to stop the leak? repalce the lid actuators, Link supports and the lid if seal is damaged. cheers
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IF something with water happend first disconnect immediately the battery as soon as possible and make as soon as possible dry inside the battery cells dry with an hairdryer to use as soon as it can be for the batterycells.
the body must also be dried but is in priority on the switch after you have dried the switch spray it with wd40 after drying.
Not sure if you have managed to fix the F1 problem with your dishdrawer. This is a common problem and occurs mainly due to water leaking into the base of the dishdrawer under the bottom drawer.
But if it is occuring only in one drawer then the power filter at the base of dishdrawer is faulty and needs replacement.
Otherwise make sure the mains power to dishdrawer is turned off. Pull out the bottom drawer and stack in some towels behind it if you can to remove the moisture sitting on the base. The flood switch is located there. Then take a hair dryer and run it down behind the drawer to dry things. Push drawer back and turn power back on. Now if you cannot reach the back of the drawer then you will have to pull the drawer out from its rail. Refer the installation manual for this. See link page 7.
We had an F1 error with our F&P dish draw,Isolated the power to machine, then I removed the drawer & cover from the flood sensor, Dried water with towel & used hairdryer. Power cycled the unit & has fixed the problem.
Had used a different powder & believe that it created more foam that caused the machine to flood slightly
is it a Bosch dryer, if it is then the belt break switch tripped:
To reset the switch unplug
the dryer, remove the power cable and back cover completely.
two screws holding back cover are under the top cover which is held on
with two screws at the rear. Remove the screws then pull top cover back
and then lift it off. Remove last two screws and take off the full back
On the front of the motor you should see two white wires going into the
safety switch for the belt breaking. Push the button on the left to
reset the switch (you probably will hear a click)
Do not push the right button as that is what got tripped originally . Good Luck Tim
the problem with using a hairdryer is that although it defrost what you can see in dont that what you cannot....and youve guessed ....it turns back to ice as soon as you switch it back on ....you have to do a complete defrost(24hours)with the doors open.then dry out with towels then restart.....
When was the last time that you used the bread machine? If it has been in storage for a period of time, it is likely that the element has absorbed moisture. As soon as it starts baking, the element goes into action, and because it's "leaking to earth" the machine will trip your circuit breaker.
I recommend taking the machine to your local Breville Service Centre (locate via http://www.breville.com.au/care_agentsearch.asp) as the machine is still quite repairable. If the Service Centre is unable to dry out your element though the elements are no longer repairable.
Hiya, there is a few things that will do this to your electics 1st & formost if your trip switch is tripping off remember this is a safty device to prevent fire so ignoring the problem & switching the power back on to try again could run the risk of fire!!
This sounds like a heater issue since it's tripping the power on both the wash & dryer, in events of overheating the machine will trip your power for safty & to prevent the risk of fire however since you mention that it trips the power as soon as you switch it on you could have a blocked pump or burnt out motor too if your finding that the machine is tripping the power earlyer & earlyer each time you retry i would focas on the motor or the pump 1st
on rare ocasions you can spring a leak & if water gets on the electrics this will also trip the power but this is 1 of the least likely posabilatys..
remember always get a qualified electrician to work on your electrics to ensure the job is carried out correctly
found that moisture is getting to the timer control and causing mains trip!!!!!! need to dry out timer control then all should be well , aided drying with hairdryer, design flaw will cause this on most is70c i think.
F1 fault means the flood switch on the base of the dishwashers has been activated.
nine times out of ten its the lid motors.
You can remove the two kick plates on the bottom of the dishwasher.
Dry out the water in the base with a sponge.
only one draw will be leaking water??
This allows you to use the second draw until a serviceman shows up.
Dry the base out A.S.A.P, because you have a electronic board that sits on the base. cheers