The cycle signal button keeps flashing off and on during the washing cycle. Not quite sure what to do about it. The machine is a little over a year old and of course it is out of warranty. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
Had this problem and Sears changed the motherboard (computer) and the keyboard (panel with all the buttons). Total cost was 750.00 covered by extended warranty. The keyboard was damaged by moisture...don't know where from...could be the steam when warm or hot water is entering the tub.
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If a mistake was made during the wash cycle selection process it is possible to change the cycle, provided that it has only just begun: open the door, taking care to avoid the escaping steam, and press and hold the ON/OFF button; the machine will switch off with a long beep. Switch the machine back on using the ON/OFF button and select the new wash cycle using the SELECT WASH CYCLE button; start the cycle by closing the door.
Make sure that the inlet flow is good, remove the inlet valve to check. Also check the door switch and then the connections of the program controller unit. If there is loose connections it can cause errors and halt the program. Also it can be related to the program controller unit if after resetting the above there is no change .
yes the safty door latch switch is eather loose or going bad. somewhere on your door there is a small sensor or switch that tells the washer the door is closed and its ok to spin, these washers put out alot of force when spinning and thats why the sensor is there it would be dangerous without them. when the washer goes in spin cycle there is more vibration than any other cycle. and thats whats making the sensor or switch wiggle and its getting an intermedate signal. it probily needs replaced these can commonly go bad due to wear buy slamming the door on the washer.. i hope this helps
To Set the Cycle Completion Signal Tone Level • With the "CLEAN" and "SANITIZED" and "RINSE AGENT" Indicator Lights flashing. • Press the "Tone Level. • As you press the "Indicator Lights illuminating and the Cycle Completion Signal Tone level changing. o If none of the Wash Cycle Indicator Lights are illuminated, there will be no tone. The Cycle Completion Signal is turned off. o If one of the Wash Cycle Indicator Lights are illuminated, there will be a low Cycle Completion Signal Tone Level. o If two of the Wash Cycle Indicator Lights are illuminated, there will be a medium Cycle Completion Signal Tone Level. o If three of the Wash Cycle Indicator Lights are illuminated, you will be at the maximum Cycle Completion Signal Tone Level. • Press "START" to save your settings.
Need a little more info.. anyway.. open dr will shut off dw...close dr.. push power button until power on... lights on, but nothing happen.. try holding down drain and one of wash cycle.. repeat holding drain w/other buttons until you hear drain pump running.. make sure you hold both buttons for a few seconds.. if your drain pump works.. then, you might have a problem w/your wash motor or something is stuck in the impeller area.
MY KENMORE OASIS HE IS DRIVING ME CRAZY! THE CYCLE SIGNAL CONTINUES TO BEEP AT LEAST 25 TIMES, STOPS FOR MAYBE 20 SECONDS, THEN BEEPS AGAIN ABOUT 25 TIMES. THE WASHER WORKS GREAT, BUT IT WILL NOT STOP BEEPING! HELP!!!!!