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Re: Kenmore Water Softener is Beeping
This symptom indicates a stuck key on the user interface control board. Replacing this control board would most likely fix this type of problem. The part number for the user interface for this model is 8564374.
You can order this part from SearsPartsDirect.com, RepairClinic.com, PartSelect.com etc.
The procedure for replacing this control board is shown in the images below.
buying any parts I suggest you access the interface ribbon and
disconnect it and then connect it back and see if there is any
You might also remove the interface from the console and check the console for any stuck buttons.
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Re: Kenmore Elite 417; error CLL SRV
We have well water and I think my error message and locked door were because the machine was trying to plump water and not getting any. I heard the error beeping and sent to check it out. There was another noise that didn't stop even after unplugging the washer, although the beeping did, which finally stopped after I turned off the water valves. Press and Hold the power button down to unlock the door and retry. If you still have trouble, call for service.
Hello, The F10 error code means that was a runaway over heating that occured in the oven. The things that could cause the over to overheat to the exterme of the F10 error code reqirements is during self clean normal cleaning temp. IF it wasn't cleaned just before the F10 error code,first the oven temtature sensor needs to be replaced then if F10 comes back after the sensor is replaced the computer control board needs to be replaced.
after the gas stove have been on a while a loud whoosh that is a constant thing comes on. I thought it was getting ready to explode. I took seconds after we turned the gas off for the noise to stop. Any ideas what this coud be
The F1 usually means a problem with the touchpanel. It is also related to the F7 problem. I have developed a fix which may solve you problem. Please go to the following link for my fix.
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I had the same problem. Through trial and error, I found the problem was with the thread tension. Usually the thread became wrapped around the spool holder as it was coming off the spool. As you continue to press the pedal, tension is created. When you release the pedal, some slack develop in the threading process and you are able to sew a few more stitches before the beeping starts again.If the thread is caught on the spool holder, simple re-thread the machine.That generally works for me. If it continues to happen, place you thread in a cup behind the machine and thread as usual. You can also purchase an inexpensive thread holder. I made one out of a wood block and other odds and ends found around the house.
That annoying beep you are talking about is the Cycle On/Off alarm, right? If so...this is a common problem with the Oasis. The only cure I know of is the replace the Interface Control Board behind the console. Now, you mentioned that the machine started up AFTER you removed the console (?), top (?). That sounds like you have a loose or dirty connection between the Interface Control Board and the Main Control Board. There should be a single plug in harness going to the console to the Main Control Board. With the machine unplugged, try disconnecting the harness at both ends and cleaning the contacts. This may resolve what I believe to be a connectivity issue, and may even cure the annoying "beep". However, I personally have yet to find an easy fix for the alarm problem. It is caused by a defective relay on the Interface Control Board, and the board is not serviceable. That is why is has to be replaced. I wish I had better advice for you than that. Sorry...I hope this helps some.