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Constant flashing lights on control panel. No obvious error code showing. What can be done to reset/fix this?

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    Rolan Hatley Oct 17, 2013

    Thank you for the suggestion, but I am afraid that did not work. The lights continue to flash once we attempted to run the washer approximatley 6 hours after unplugging. Incidentally, the washer still works. We just are not sure what setting the washer is on -- because of all of the blinking lights.

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Try unplugging the machine for a few hours to rest the code on the board.

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