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to the manual ‘TEST’ should only appear in the display when the hardware key is
inserted into the rear socket of the machine ready to commence a test sequence.
The only advice I can give is to turn the appliance off and remove the plug
from the power socket for at least one minute then plug it back in and try it
again. These machines have 3 phase motors and the heat sink on the module
retains an electric charge for some time after the appliance has been switched
off so be mindful if you decide to venture into the inside of the cabinet.
You have a right mixture of errors,
F11 indicates that the pump is not working.
F05 indicates that the pressure switch is jammed on full.
F04 indicates that the pressure switch is jammed on empty.
I would start by checking the pump is working o/k.
Next locate and clean filter.
This can be found by removing the rear panel of washer.
Locate and remove large black hose onto tub, remove filter and clean, refit same, make sure hose is on properly.
Test for leaks.
If no improvement, then I think your only option is to call an engineer out as it could become quite involved.
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Error code F07 indicates the heater relay is stuck, this is not recommended as a D.I.Y repair, my advice would be to call an experienced engineer to look at it, as there may be other probs that have caused this to happen.
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