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Clean led keeps blinking.

The kids were caught pressing all buttons on the unit,now it's locked out.I killed the power overnite same problem in the am. kitchenaid (kuds01flss6) Do you how to clear this?

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  • cbread Dec 22, 2007

    Mine won't advance through test mode when i press the start buttong

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Unit won't run. When I close or open the door, we get 15 beeps. The clean light blinks 4 times.

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Salvy, look for the lock symbol, it should be on the heated dry pad. Press and hold it until the lock led turns off. Catriver..post back.

Posted on Mar 15, 2007

  • Ron Marek
    Ron Marek Mar 15, 2007

    Salvy if that doesn't do it, press the keys in this order..high temp-heated dry-high temp-heated dry. All lights should light and it will go into the test mode. Advance it through the test mode by pressing start until it finishes.

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