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The water temperature fault indicator is on

What is water temperature fault indicator? It comes on occasionally and manual says call a technician. Does anyone know what it means?

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I am housesitting and not used to this machine. I tried to change the water temperature and now it flashes 30 45 and the machine won't start. Can you help?

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I think te problem may be the Termistor(temperature sensor) that is faulty. You need a technician from Asko to replace it.

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Dishwasher Clean Light Flashing or Blinking Seven Times


Whirlpool and Whirlpool-made Kenmore Dishwashers are equipped with a fault detection feature within the control software to help the user and most especially the technician diagnose a problem when it occurs. One of the common faults is indicated by a pattern of seven (7) flashes or blinks made by the Clean light indicator. It occurs when the control detects a failure in heating up the water to at least two (2) degrees Fahrenheit above the initial temperature during the first eight (8) minutes of the cycle.

The control monitors the temperature of the water both at the start and at the end the first 8 minutes of the cycle. It will not allow the machine to advance to the next cycle if the necessary end temperature of the water is not reached; instead, it will shut down the machine and will not allow the user to operate it unless the error is cleared. But the error will continue to appear until the problem is addressed.

The error can be cleared by pressing the Heated Dry button then the Normal button in sequence twice; that is, Heated Dry, Normal, Heated Dry, Normal. The user will then be able to restart the cycle but the error will eventually come up again and will not get the cycle completely done.

In order to complete the cycle, make sure water is being fed properly to the machine, the washer impeller is not stiff or stuck, and the float bulb is not stuck in the up or full position. Once all of these are ensured, preheat the water to at least 160 degrees or cool it down to below 62 degrees Fahrenheit before feeding it into the machine. These extreme temperatures will bypass the water temperature detection step and automatically proceed to the next step and complete the cycle.

The technique described above is not intended to address the problem which can be a failure of the heating circuit, water system, pump,or wash impeller. But rather to bypass the water temperature detection step and complete the cycle. The user is advised to determine the reason why the water is not able to heat up. Service of a qualified appliance technician is recommended if the user is not technically inclined to perform the necessary troubleshooting and repair. Disconnect power to the machine prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock that may result to physical injury, disability, or even death.

on Apr 26, 2010 | Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher

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What is an A7 code? Gas hot water heater


Before calling service technician, open following links for Bosch troubleshoot resources:
http://www.boschhotwater.com/HelpfulResources/TechnicalSupport/BoschAquaStarModels/2400ESTechSupport/Troubleshooting/tabid/1295/Default.aspx
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Bosch-Tankless-water-heater.html

Error codes are start-point for troubleshoot.
A7 is temperature sensor fault.
This can be bad wiring, corroded wiring, failed sensor, very high temperatures due to other part failure.
Other cause can be water filter clogged, lime and scale inside heat exchanger, faucet aerators clogged, or combination of problems listed.

Each tankless manual across all manufacturers suggest maintenance schedule: clean water filter monthly, delime heat exchanger yearly, and yearly service of burner and other parts by trained service technician which can address cause of most error codes, and might solve some problems before they happen.

If tankless becomes chronic issue, solve problem yourself, same day, for about $350.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-install-gas-water-heater.html

Jul 31, 2011 | Bosch & Tankless LP Hot Water Heater

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I have a Rheem rtg 74dvp but its not heating and the display show me 1 76 and 2 76, and come all the time to 76 F and another times its blinking the temperature, but not heat


Error code 76 is communication problem between remote control and tankless unit.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Rheem-error-code-C7-76.pdf
Multiple error codes could indicate that main PC board is bad.
Before calling service technician, open following link for troubleshooting resources including link to Rheem chat, manuals, error codes, etc.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Rheem-Tankless-water-heater.html

Jul 15, 2011 | Rheem Tankless Water Heater RTG-74DVP...

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Error code e2. inlet water temp sensor. any one have to fix this?


Before calling service technician, open following link for Bosch troubleshooting resources, including error codes, manual, Bosch contact info, and service bulletins.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Bosch-Tankless-water-heater.html

Error codes are starting point for troubleshoot.
e2 is cold water temperature sensor fault.
Bosch error code says: 1) Check connector on wires coming from top of water valve for a secure connection.
2) Sensor may trip if water temperature drops below freezing to protect heater from freezing conditions Any damage due to freezing conditions is not covered under warranty.

Another contributing cause can be temperature thermostat set very high and tankless sensor is going bad, and very cold incoming water, or combination of factors above.

Also read manual for advisories and required maintenance. Some units require water filter be cleaned monthly.

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May 28, 2011 | Bosch AquaStar 2400ES-NG

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We have to reset daily A-7


Before calling service technician, open following link for troubleshooting resources including error codes, manual, links to bosch, phone number, :
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Bosch-Tankless-water-heater.html

A7 is outlet temperature sensor fault.
Temperature below freezing or above 210 degrees F

1) Check red wire connections at hot water temperature sensor. Clean terminals with an eraser. If badly corroded, replace sensor and wire harness. (See Fig. 63, page 46 in manual).
2) Sensor may trip if water temperature drops below freezing to protect heater from freezing conditions. Any damage due to freezing conditions is not covered under warranty.
3) Clean inlet filter screen and clear any debris out of shower heads, faucet aerators and whole house filters.
4) In areas where water has a high mineral content, periodic descaling may be necessary.

Apr 17, 2011 | Bosch AquaStar 2400ES-NG

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Do you have any idea what the problem would be if the dishwasher fails to stop, The digital dial counts down down until 1 and then never drains or switches off, just keeps on going


Hi there,

The "1" is actually an error code indicating a fault in the water heating circuits. The endless cycle means the water isn't reaching the desired temperature or, in some cases, the controller isn't receiving the correct signal to indicate the water has reached the correct temperature. If the water doesn't reach the desired temperature, the wash cycle wont advance and the "1" will be displayed.

This is usually due to a failing (or failed) water heater or a fault in the control module. Often, one of the pins for the heater relay has burned out on the PCB causing a dry joint. This can sometimes be re-soldered. Occasionally, it can also be a fault with the NTC water temperature sensor (Negative Temperatire Co-effecient), but this is less common.

There are some simple tests you can do without any disassembly or electrical testing.

- If you have an RCD (residual current detector) fitted locally to the dishwasher or in your fuse box / consumer unit, a failing or failed water heater would usually trip this. If an RCD is fitted and is not being tripped, I would start with a visual examination of the solder joints for the heater relay on the control module

- Check whether the water is getting hot. Start a quick wash cycle and leave it to run for about 10-15 minutes. Then open the door and check for the presence of steam and/or test the water in the bottom of the washer by hand. It should be hot, not luke-warm.

These are only simple checks to determine the best place to start looking for the fault. You will still need to do some further testing to find the exact cause of the fault. This will require some dis-assembly of the dishwasher and you will also need a Torx T20 screwdriver and a multi-meter for electrical testing of the water heater.

If you have these tools and would like to try fixing this yourself, please let me know. If you are in the UK, the control module and water heater are about £100 each to replace, so you should take into account of the age of the washer before replacing these. The control module can be replaced fairly easily on a DIY basis, however the water heater and NTC are significantly more difficult and may be best left to a professional service engineer.

If you need further assistance. Please could you also confirm the correct model number of the dishwasher (I don't recall the SGS43C12 having a digital time display) and whether you are on a 120 or 220-240 volt supply.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
BElectric

Mar 21, 2011 | Bosch 24 in. SGS43C12 Classixx...

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How do I turn it on? I press the "on" button and


The manual says:
http://www.coinwash.com/temp/rinnai.pdf

"For the name of the Authorized Distributor or Installer nearest you, please contact your local HVAC dealer or gas service technician, visit the Rinnai website (www.rinnai.us), call Rinnai at1-800-621-9419 or write to Rinnai, 103 International Drive, Peachtree City, Georgia 30269"

Manual says that the remote is for setting temperature.
When you turn on hot water spigot, tankless water heater will heat the water to the set point temperature.
If water heater is not set up to use remote, then tankless unit will heat to 140 degrees F.
"With the MCC-45-4US remote control installed the water temperature is adjustable from 96
to 180°F. The water temperature cannot be set to a temperature other than 140°F
without the use of the MCC-45-4US remote control unit. If you require a temperature
other than 140°F you must install the MCC-45-4US remote control unit."

"Error messages are displayed on the remote control units, simplifying service calls."

Page 9 of manual shows hot to set temperature using remote.
Water taps must be shut off to set temperature.
Circulating pump must be turned off.
"Simply press the H or C button until desired temperature is displayed"
"green in-use indicator will display"

If your unit is not working, the manual says to contact local plumber.
Fixya has specialists who will talk to you by phone about your problem for a fee.

Dec 18, 2010 | Rinnai Digital Remote Water Heater Control...

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I have an electrolux w3180 error code e04 comes upon starting a program. In the manual it states Temperature sensing device indicates temperature below -5°C (continuity fault). Is this just loose...


Hello, The "e04" error code means is an indication of a water temperature sensor error below 04'c
what it means is that there is over flow of water in the sensor reader around the wire and the sensor

what you have to do to fix up the problem is to unscrew (open)the washer then cleanup the water around and also the dirt sensor and wire and allow it to relax for some time after clean up

please the clean up DOES NOT NEED water or any form of liquid to do this just apply dry cloth for the cleaning.
Thanks

Jun 11, 2010 | Washing Machines

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