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A solid light is what you actually want. If you have a blinking light, the unit is unable to keep up with the flow of water. Slowly turn on the hot water for your bathtub until the light starts to blink to find your limit. in other words your tankless heater is too small for your needs. The 24 model is more for houses with showers or slower flow. The 36 or higher model has 3 sets of heaters to be used with a bath, higher flow.
If it is one of the new ones with the fancy gas control and the blinking light... does the light blink?? or not?? If it is blinking then the pilot should stay lit... If it will not blink then the sensor is bad or not in the right place...
Or... the gas control is bad... this is happening alot...
all the lights are blinking its clean, descaled, filled with water and the power button and all the buttons just blink and it wont brew just had this machine less than 6 months and the machine will only quit blinking when i unplug it and yes ive tried different outlets when i plug it back in all the lights start blinking again and it wont brew i want a solution to this problem and i dont want to be sent to another site where they charge me to answer a question the $119 i payed for the thing should be enough im ready to throw it out the window im so frustrated with it
It would be cheaper to check the thermostat and heating element first and the wiring continuity, although I am not sure if you can find the replacement parts. If you can't, then it looks like you have no choice but to replace the entire assembly.
I had that problem, it is the filetr reminder. I used Reverse Osmosis water so I dont use a =fileter, but the machine doesn't know that. If I recall the manual was wrong on which button to push an hold. I dont remember which was was right (could be the steam button). but one of them does make the light go out in about 5-10 sec.
The blinking "clean light" is a common problem with some of the Kenmore and Whirlpool models. I believe the problem is attributed to water supply temperatures being too low when filling. Apparently, there was some sensitivity issues with the temperature sensing circuits in some dishwashers. There is a reset sequence that you can try to clear the fault. Push the NORMAL WASH then HEATED DRY buttons in that sequence two to three times. The unit will enter diagnostics mode, but can be stopped by pressing the CANCEL button. This will clear any existing faults and should return the dishwasher to normal operation. To keep the fault from returning, it is recommended that you run your hot water faucet in the kitchen to heat the water in the supply line for the dishwasher (most dishwashers are fed from the kitchen sink supply line). The theory is that you will fill the dishwasher with hot water water instead of the cool water that is normally in the lines before the hot water from the hot water tank heats the line. This should satisfy the requirements of the temperature sensing circuits. If the fault reappears, there should be a tech sheet located inside the lower panel under the door that explains what the fault is. The flashing light will be a series of flashes, followed by a pause. If you indeed have a component problem, it will depend on what the flashing light sequence is in determining WHAT component is bad. Let me know if this helps you. Post back with your comments or questions.