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How do you turn child lock off on bosh series 6 washer drier

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Do you see a lock somewhere next to a button?

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to my knowledge there is not a child lock on this model its at the basic end of the range only upper range models have this feature.sorry.

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If you turn off your machine, remove the top then you should be able to reach inside and open the door.

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Child safety lock feature is on. how do you take it off


im not sure if your model of dryer but here is some instructions
Child lock
When activated, the child lock prevents the dryer from being operated by locking the control panel functions.
The dryer can be turned on but not started. The "Child lock" indicator will flash.
The door can be opened.
To activate the child lock
1. Make sure the dryer is turned off and
the door is closed.
2. Press and hold the "Anti-crease" and "DRYNESS" buttons at the same time, hold until step 5.
3. Turn on the dryer with the "On/Off" button.
4. Press the "OPTIONS" button 3 times. 5. Release the "Anti-crease" and
"DRYNESS" buttons.
The "Child lock" indicator will flash and the dryer is now locked.
6. Turn off the dryer using the "On/Off" button.
To deactivate the child lock Repeat steps 1. to 5.
The "Child lock" indicator will go out. The control panel is now unlocked.
6. Turn off the dryer using the "On/Off" button.

Dec 15, 2012 | Bosch Washing Machines

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Bosh wishwasherhow do you unlock the child safety lock?


Hello there and welcome to fixya The child lock function of your Bosch dishwasher prevents accidental program changes and stops children playing with the controls while the appliance is running. You might want to turn the lock off if it has been accidentally turned on. The controls of the dishwasher are disabled, preventing you from starting a new wash, while the child lock is running. The lock is simple to turn on and off, as necessary, in just a few seconds
Read more: How to Get the Child Lock off a Bosch Dishwasher ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_12069321_child-lock-off-bosch-dishwasher.html#ixzz2E7bFXnhs

please feel free to give me a rating if this works for you it helps me give you the best help i possiabley can ok
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What is the error code CL mean for LG WM1285FHD


LG washing machines indicating error code CL may have the child lock activated.

Try holding down the temperature and eco/rapid options together to turn off child lock.

Some LG series use "TEMP and OPTION" at the same time.


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My Bosch Classic 6 is dispalying the key symble and will not let me proceed with the washing cycle thank you


When the machine is on, and the key symbol is showing, push and hold the start button for 5 full seconds to turn the child lock off. Holding the start button also turns the child lock on if it is not already on (it is a toggle switch).

Feb 28, 2011 | Washing Machines

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The cl lock is on and won't oppen


LG washing machines indicating error code CL may have the child lock activated.
Try holding down the temperature and eco/rapid options together to turn off child lock.
Some LG series use "TEMP and OPTION" at the same time.

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Help with child lock instructions


to my knowledge there is not a child lock on this model its at the basic end of the range only upper range models have this feature.sorry.

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Error code on kenmore washer


LG washing machines indicating error code CL may have the child lock activated.

Try holding down the temperature and eco/rapid options together to turn off child lock.

Some LG series use "TEMP and OPTION" at the same time.


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Can't deactivate child lock on washer


Try: Press and hold 'dry' & 'spin', shd unlock OR
Try holding the "end of cycle" button down for 5 or 6 seconds. You must hv done it accidently, it is the child lock device. Pl. rate if helped.

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