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Dishwasher AEG FAV40620W stuck time delay

Hi! Once our daughter pushed the 9 hour time delay we were unable to undo that and run the machine. According to the manual we found online, if we hold down buttons #2 and #3 this will reset the dishwasher. I tried every combination of buttons but to no avail. Would you know what buttons are #2 and #3 or have a recommendation? Also, is there a way for us to turn off the drying cycle using the 5 buttons to save energy?

Thank you, Peter Smith (from Calif. living in the Czech Republic)

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Thanks. I figured it out from the online manual. Hold buttons #2 and #3 (second and third button down on far left side) for 2 seconds should reset it. It took some 15 minutes however before the dishwasher reset!

Peter Smith

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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