Question about Fisher and Paykel Fisher & Paykel Washer
you most likely have a problem with your lid switch(reed switch), the easyiest and cheapest way to solve this is to turn the machine off at the wall, open the lid, there will be 2 buttons at the front where the lid sits take these out with a small flat bladed screw driver, there will be a screw under each of these buttons take the screws out and the plastic top hob should lift up off the cabnet of the machine, down the right hand side of the hob you should see a small black probe looking thing in a creal plastic looking case with a black wire and a red or blue wire this is the lid switch it works off a magnet in the lid, now to solve the problem you can either trace the wires back to the motor controller(electronic board) and replace the reed switch or trace the wires back to the motor controller and join them together.
Really hope this helps you out.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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