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F2 light flashing with a picture of a wrench and don't work

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  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2007

    F2 but it is only the top draw it seem there is no water getting to the draw

  • tim66 Jan 01, 2008

    bottom drawer will start and then within 1 minute it will make a whirring noise and the f2 with wrench flashes and machine stops.



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F2 is a motor fault try taking the motor from the other draw and see if that works if so needs motor if not then you probobly need a hall sensor

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