For several days, the washer kept beeping, as if it were reading to be turned on for a normal wash cycle. However, if I pressed Start, nothing would happen. Eventually, things would clear and the washer worked fine. Yesterday, however, it happened again. This time, I unplugged the washer, thinking it just needed to be reset, and now it doesn't work at all. No lights come on and the washer is unusable at this point.
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To enter diagnostic mode follow the steps below.
1. Turn the power on at the power point but off at the machine.
2. Press and hold WASH TEMPERATURE SETTING DOWN and then press POWER until the
machine gives 2 short beeps and lights up.
3. Release the buttons after the beeps as the beeps indicate diagnostic mode has been entered.
4.1 Last Fault Data
When in diagnostic mode the last fault can be found by pressing the SPIN SPEED UP or DOWN
buttons until the HOLD and SLOW lights are illuminated. Binary can then be read from the wash
4.2 Drain Pump Test
When in diagnostic mode press SMART TOUCH CYCLES to activate the drain pump. To
deactivate the pump, press SMART TOUCH CYCLES again.
When in diagnostic mode press REGULAR to activate the drain pump. To deactivate the pump,
press REGULAR again.
4.3 Water Valve Test
The water valves can be activated in diagnostic mode by pushing WASH TEMPERATURE SETTING UP to activate the Hot Valve and WASH TEMPERATURE SETTING DOWN to activate
the Cold valve as with previous models.
Pressing each button once will activate the valve. To de-activate valve press the same button
again. This is also good to use when installing machines as it takes the shock out of the fittings
and seals and allows checking for leaks on the inlet hoses, both machine end and tap or super-tub
Caution: Do not leave the machine unattended when either or both valves are operating
e3 means that the control board is detecting current going to the motor,
but the motor won't turn properly. If the error code comes up all the
time as soon as you press the power on button, then it means your
control board is bad and reading incorrectly. If it only happens during
a cycle, then you need a new motor unfortunately.
is it IE or LE please confirm it.if it is LE code the fixing procedure is given belowThis usually happens if you're washing on a delicate setting with a moderate load of clothes. Apparently, delicate also means very few items to wash. To clear the LE code - no need to unload the clothes: 1. Press the power button to turn the washer off. 2. Press the power button to turn the washer back on. 3. Cycle the spin cycle selection to 'no spin'. 4. Press start. The washer should set to one minute, lock the doors, then drain out the excess water. Once the 'End' cycle comes up, unplug the machine for several minutes. Plug the washer back in, press the power button, then set the washer to 'normal' with 'low' spin setting. Note that the only difference between the normal setting and delicate is the wash time and spin cycle speed. If you have a moderate to large load of delicates, use the normal setting on low spin cycle. The clothes really don't care. Also, make sure you're using 'HE' detergent - low suds. Regular degergent in a front load is not recommended.
MY KENMORE OASIS HE IS DRIVING ME CRAZY! THE CYCLE SIGNAL CONTINUES TO BEEP AT LEAST 25 TIMES, STOPS FOR MAYBE 20 SECONDS, THEN BEEPS AGAIN ABOUT 25 TIMES. THE WASHER WORKS GREAT, BUT IT WILL NOT STOP BEEPING! HELP!!!!!