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Ok try this and see what happens.
Hold the start button again till it beeps
Then select the first cycle on the left which should be the rinse cycle
Then turn the dishwasher off
Then press and hold the start button and with this held in turn the dishwasher on.
Once the start light is flashing let go
Now press the start button once and close the door.
Now it will run a 12 minute test cycle. If it goes wrong it will drain the water out and beep. So open the door and count the number of flashes from the start light inbetween the pause and let me know.
A beep tone will activate when selecting the HWS buzzer alarm. The alarm beep will become shoter and shoter every 15 seconds for one minute followed by one minute silence before repeating the cycle. The HWS alarm will sound for one hour until turning off by pressing the Power button. Press the Power button whilst the alarm is activated will cancel the alarm for 24 hours. 1. The HWS buzzer alarm can be set either radio is on or off. 2. Press and release the HWS buzzer alarm button , the symbol will flash. 3. During the symbol flashes, long pressing the button for more than 2 seconds followed by a beep and display Hour digit will flash. 4. Rotate Tuning Control to select required alarm hour, then press time set button again. The minute digit will then flash. 5. Rotate Tuning Control to select required alarm minute, the press time set button again to complete HWS buzzer alarm setting. 6. Press and hold down buzzer alarm button for more than 2 seconds followed by a beep to switch on or off the HWS buzzer alarm. Display will appear when buzzer alarm has been set.
If you give a specific model I could get a manual and see what i can find out but what i will do is direct you to the Kenmore questions line which is, (one last thing try unplugging the washing machine and then plug it back in maybe that will reset it, if you still get the error look below.)
I bought one myself, I have a Vista OS, non-integrated bluetooth laptop.. I had to pop in the USB dongle for capabilities....Still cant get the Mic to work though...so if anyone knows anything on that....I went to HP live chat session too.
BUT HERES THE MODES YOU MAY NEED TO PUT IT IN... Searchable/Discovery- Hold down the power button about 6-7 secs and it will sound a few short low beeps and flash between Red and Blue, then search 8) Erase Pairing Profiles- Press and hold the Track forward/track backward Button together until it flashes purple. Hardware reset- if headset is screwy, froze up, LED display is incorrect...Plug in headset, and hold down bothh Volume buttons, this will power it down and reset its state of confusion, lol Passkey is always '0000' by default
2-short Hi beeps....Connected
2- short low beeps....pairing mode also
1 long Hi beep.....Power On/Off
1 long low beep....lost Connection
I had the same problem. My wife was about to take an axe to the darn thing. The frustrating thing was that it was beeping 3 times and the status lights were flashing. The manual only described 4 beeps (Dryer ran too long) or 6 beeps (Push button does not function). It finally dawned on me that it was beeping two sets of three beeps (i.e 6 beeps). The corrective action was to press buttons lightly and release. I pressed on every button first lightly then heavily with no success. I pounded on the instrument panel; still no luck. Finally I pressed the Options button and the Select button simultaneously for a second and heard a click. After that, no more beeping. According to the manual this activates a "LOCK' feature if you hold them down long enough. But in my case, the lock light flashed but didn't engage and after the beeping stopped, I left well enough alone.