I have established that on command to turn on the hot water selonoid is not being supplied by the microcontroller ( no high or low) The machine has been this way since new What do you think could it be the eeprom yours sincerely oliver
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No water detected entering washer after 13 minutes, the pressure switch input has not been detected.
If the washer has an F8 E1 error or LO FL error, the door will be locked, and the control will be unresponsive. Press the power button, and the washer will start a drain routine which takes approximately 8 to 10 minutes, during which time the pump will run continuously. The control will not accept any input during this time. Please wait 10 minutes before trying to perform any functions.
Check the water supply:
Turn on the water. Check the household water supply to see if the hot and cold water faucets are turned on. Make sure to open both faucets completely for proper fill.
NOTE: Both Hot and Cold water must be supplied to the washer.
There are multiple possibilities:
- the power to the main control could be off (seems unlikely if you can turn the water flow on and off)
- the thermal element that heats the water could be burned out (may not be a problem if this is only a mixer unit and relies on external hot water supply)
- there could be a problem with the solenoid that opens to allow hot water to flow through the unit
- there could be either no hot water getting to the unit or blockage so that hot water will not flow through to the mixer
Start by making sure there is power. Then you may need to disconnect the hot water supply (after turning it off at the source) and then check to see that hot water will flow. If you get hot water to the unit then there is something internal keeping the hot water from mixing with the cold.
If you have the Hot Water open at the outlet and you know for certain water flows from the source to the washer; then a Valve is not opening into the washer. The valve is controlled by the washers circuit board. This solenoid is electrically activated upon command, and if that instruction gets to the valve it should open and close. Failure could be either the Valve or the Command Center.
It's your choice.There's only a single supply hose and with most dishwashers that means cold fill only, but as this is a compact basic worktop model the manual supplied suggests that users connect to a hot water supply.
In real-life situations though, the water drawn from the hot supply often isn't instantly hot so all you do is drain cold or tepid water from the supply pipe and let it get replaced with wasted hot water which then cools in the pipe! If the machine features condenser drying like many dishwashers, then cold water is essential for it to work. A final consideration is that unless your hot water is supplied at mains pressure (such as in a combi-boiler or megaflo system) then the water pressure from a hot water storage tank will not often be high enough and you'll have to use the cold supply.
There's no quick fix on your problem because you hava a leaky electrolytic on the supply of the microcontroller.Leaky capacitor affect the regulation of b+ and sometimes works within warms-up but the sympton will get worst. I've rather suggest you to send it to repair shop to isolate the problem because the microcontroller itself is one of the major suspect on this case.
This is common problem with high pressure water supply and solenoid "turn off" water valves. Visit plumbing shop and buy a small anti-hammer device and fit to water pipe near to washing machine tap. You may also need to buy a “T” piece to enable you to fit this. Looks like a small six inch piece of pipe with only one open end. This device contains a clever spring valve and an sealed in air pocket to cushion the quick stop and start of the water flow.
Worked fine for me. Total cost about $30.00
It could be back flowing into the hot water heater tank which is not full because of the leak. Even though the valve is closed on the cold water entry side, there is probably no valve on the exit side. That is how it is returning to the tank.