I had the same problem with my CMT-EP707. I read on this site to try various combinations of turning power off then turning the power back on while holding down either or both of the stop play button and the eject button for the affected CD tray. What seemed to work for me was turning on the power while holding down the eject button for CD tray 2, even though the error referred to CD tray 1.
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this is a reset ok 1 open the door 2 put the program on the off position 3 turn the machine on 4 if you have a start button press it and hold it in for 2 mins then let go ,,,if you don't have a start button just go to follow the rest 5 put the power button on 6 shut the door it should do nothing then open the door put on you spin then shut the door wait till it finish ok job done hope this helped
I'm assuming this is a front-load washer? If so, you should have a 'drain' or 'drain and spin' selection available. Once the water is drained, cancelling whatever cycle it is on should allow you to open the door.
If you don't have those cycles available, if you can provide the model number I can give you more specific instructions. This might be hard since the model number is generally located behind the door.
There is disclosed a method of controlling an automatic door
opening/closing apparatus for a washing machine that includes the steps
of determining whether or not there is an error in an automatic door
opening or closing operation carried out in response to a command to
open or close the washing machine's door; determining if the erroneous
operation has been repeated more than a predetermined number of times
according to consecutive incoming commands to open or close the door;
and when erroneous operation has repeated more than the predetermined
number of times, ignoring a subsequent command to open or close the
1. A method of controlling an automatic door opening/closing apparatus
for a washing machine door, the method comprising the steps of:
determining whether or not there is an error in an automatic door
opening or closing operation which operation is carried out in response
to a command to open or close the washing machine door;
determining if the erroneous operation is repeated more than a
predetermined number of times according to consecutive incoming
commands to open or close the washing machine door; and in the
event that the erroneous operation is repeated more than the
predetermined number of times, ignoring a subsequent command to open or
close the washing machine door.
2. A method as set forth in claim 1, further comprising the step of: returning the door to the washing machine to an original position in the event that the error occurs.
3. A method as set forth in claim 1, wherein the step of determining if
there is an error in an automatic door opening or closing operation is
performed on the basis of whether or not an inversion occurs in an
open/closed state of the door within a prescribed period of time after
an automatic door opening or closing operation is initiated.
4. A method as set forth in claim 1, further comprising the step of:
clearing the number of errors in the case where the door of the washing
machine has been opened or closed manually at the time of occurrence of
5. A method as set forth in claim 1, wherein said predetermined number is 3.
6. A method for controlling the operation of an automatic door
mechanism in a washing machine, said method comprising the steps of: sensing a command to automatically open or close a washing machine door;
sensing whether a failure occurs in opening or closing the door in
response to the command to automatically open or close the door; incrementing a counter indicating the failure; determining whether the counter is equal to a predetermined number; and
failing to engage the automatic door mechanism in response to a
subsequent a command to automatically open or close the door if the
counter exceeds the predetermined number.
7. The method claimed in claim 6, further comprising the step of: returning the door to an original position if a failure is detected.
8. The method claimed in claim 6, wherein failure is indicated by a
lack of a transition between a door open state and a door closed state
within a predetermined time period following entry of the command to
automatically open or close the door.
9. The method claimed in claim 6, further comprising the step of: clearing the counter if the door is opened or closed manually following a failure indication.
Check the drain hose for gunk then:
Fill up the tub half way with water (small load) put a cup of vinegar a 1/4 cup of baking soda let it foam up then run the washer through a regular cycle empty. If this does not work: you will need to use a commercial mold removing product.
DO YOU HAVE AN ISSUE WITH HARD WATER IF SO TAKE 1 GALLON OF VINEGAR START MACHINE LET MACHINE DRAIN THEN WHEN IT STOPS DRAINING OPEN DOOR AND FILL WITH VINEGAR THIS WILL PUT ADIQUATE AMOUNT OF LIQUID IN MACHINE TO RUN
thatsa good one, lookin up the service manual, it appears that your particular model has a manual release on hte lower section of hte latch assembly itself, and the only way to gain access to it, is to open the door boot/bellow, but obviously with the door locked that's not going to happen, i would try to gain access from underneath but by the looks of it that to is also closed off (solid bottom). id does show a model with a separate access panel(lower 1/4 of front of machine) however i am to assume that your unit has 1 solid front panel no access to remove.sorry i couldnt have better news. And the "pull" in the dispenser is no tereprevious neptune frontloaders not pertaining to your machine at all!
sure, might be as somple as your using hte wrong soap. you MUST use an HE detergent. regular detergent creates too much suds for these smachines and result in the control panel displaying "sud", or innadequate drain issues. if you are using hte correct soap then next thing to check would be the pump hosing for debris blocking pump assy.Humming sound" sounds like a pump thats trying to work but cant get past your debris 1. remove the lower acess panel with (3) torx 20 screws 2. the pump is located right in front you see ascrew type handle on fron of housing 3. unscrew the handle and clean debris from housing nad return the cover. check for spin now 4. if water remains in the tub after drain/spin, ther will be water in hte machine, so try tipping machine back, using hose pinch off pliers, or what i do is open a white trash bag in front of pump assy, so when i open the bag catched it all
switch back to using powdered soap, sometimes what happens is hte tablets your using are actually to big for the dispensor door and too much pressure is put againt the actual door so when its triggered to open there too much resistance nad cannot open, sounds silly bu have actually sen it in action. and liquid detergent tends to clog or gunk up hte door spring assy, powdershte best detergent to use for d/w's
control reading door locked?? or door just stuck in locked position, try turning off hte breaker to the oven for a few secs , reset nad see of the door lock mech reeales itself. if ** you can try to put the unit into a clean cycle, and then 5-10 secs after he door "locks" press hte cancel button. both ways will cycle the door lock/latch assy