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Beeping codes are "type of device" and usually brand specific. Best practice is to identify the device, the brand, the model, and sometimes even the year. In regards to computers, beep codes are generally linked to the BIOS of a computer and/or to a brand. There are Award Bios beep codes, Intel beep codes, Dell beep codes, etc.. So, you have to gather a bit of information.
Hi, that error is means long fill, which means water is not entering the machine or not entering the machine fast enough, check all your hoses, make sure you have plenty of water pressure if all that checks out replace the water inlet valve on the washer. If you have any more questions feel free to ask here: Questions Answers
The water it is collecting is due to the high humidity level of the air passing through the cold coils; the result is condensation. This is normal operation; dehumidification is an important part of the cooling process. As the room gets cooler & less humid - the amount of condensate will decrease.
Many of these coolers provide a means to connect a hose that brings this condensation directly to a drain; instead of filling removable tanks that need to be emptied regularly. These coolers usually do not have condensate pumps and rely on gravity to drain. That makes it very important to route the hose in such a way that no portion of the hose is higher than the point of connection to the cooler.
Beeping usually indicates that something has gone wrong. Probably not cooling properly. The water coming out would indicate that the unit has defrosted. Turn the unit back on again and see if the red side is cooling properly. Some wine fridges have independent evaporators which allows different cooling temps in different parts of the cabinet.
the magnetic switches may be warn. in hard water areas they can block up and stop working. you may need to change them or take them out and stick them in some vinaga and see if it will soffen the hard crust off the inside of them out.
Hi just read your posting.Now the lights that are on when the machine beeps will be in a row of 8 lights.Starting from the left to right which lights are lit when the machine stops and beeps,Is it the 2nd and 5th or the 3rd and 7th ---etc---?Now to fix the water coming out of the hot hose as the machine is filling just fold the hot hose in half and tape it in this position.This will stop the water coming out of the hose.Please reply with additional information on the lights and I am sure I can help you rectify this fault.Looking forward to your reply.
Hi just read your posting.Now have you removed the cold water inlet hose from the machine end and checked to see if the water is coming from the tap and throe the hose?If you have then the fault could be faulty Water Valve,or faulty Control Module.Please reply and confirm whether you have cold water coming from your cold water tap or not and I can guide you throe the repair of this fault.
Hi just read your posting.Now turn off the cold tap and then remove the cold water hose from the machine end.Put that end of the hose into a bucket and turn the tap on to see if water is coming out of the hose.If it is then turn the tap off and replace the hose to the machine, making sure it is tight.Now turn the tap back on.When the machine doesn't fill with cold does the machine stop and beep and show an error code?If it does please tell me which lights are lit when it starts to beep and I can track this fault for you.Please reply with additional information and I can help you further.
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.