Also the machine does not register my button presses. The timer runs and that is about it. It seems to start and run whatever cycle it feels like running. Is there something wrong with this machine? Should I return it? It was new for Christmas 2007.
I have seen a similar problem, and tracked down the cause: One of the
buttons (the Down Arrow button) is stuck, and causes the timer to count
down and for the system to not start. Once in a while I can wiggle the
button enough to get it to stop, but since this is definitely a
manufacturing defect I will be sending it back under warranty.
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Two Beeps on my Bosch WTE84100au Condensing Dryer means a thermal overload but also means one of the thermal sensors is faulty .... as if it is always on.
Open the door, pull out the lint catcher and clean around the silver probe (it's like a shiny 1/8" nail sticking into the cavity below the lint catcher). If it still doesn't work (and still 2 beeps), just flick it lightly a couple of times. If it still doesn't work, flick again from the other direction.
i think there might be some programming fault . so set the timer again or
start pause button
after having selected the required programme press this button to start the machine the corressponding pilot light stop falshig. to interrupt the programme which is running depress the start/ pause button the corresponding light start to flash. to restart the programme from the point at which it was interupteed press the start/puase bitton again.
Beep sound indicates that the timer is finished and can be stopped by pressing start/stop button, however, it is not normal to hear continuous beep sound upon switching on the unit. Try to check if the timer button is not stuck and or check if you have programmed time.
Plug the pump in. You will see code 88 which is normal. Press and hold the down button for 2 seconds until you hear a short beep.Then press and hold the up button for anohter 2 seconds until you hear a short beep and the LED flashes 00. Using the up button set the time to run based on the size of the pool which you did not list. Tell me the size and I will tell you how many hours to set on the timer. You can download an owner's manual here:
The e1 code is operated by a timer which stops the machine every 720 hours of run time. There are 2 procedures to reset this.
1) unplug the machine. Hold down the power button while plugging it back in and waiting for a beep of about 5 seconds duration. Release the power button. Unplug the machine again. Resume trying to use it as an air conditioner.
2) unplug the machine. Hold down the Mode button while plugging it back in and waiting for a 3 second beep. Release the mode button. The machine will start. turn it off by pressing the power button. Resume trying to use the air conditioner.
If these do not work, the "clean filter timer" is broken and will require you to replace some parts.
(Aren't you glad there is a computer is almost everything?)
The top of the unit that covers the coffee beans has a plastic point that must depress a button on the main body of the unit when it closes to show the unit that the lid is closed properly. If this is broken (as was mine) I inserted the end of a piece of tooth pick replacing the plastic point in the lid and this now depresses the recessed button on the main unit. The beeper goes off and the on light comes on.
The machine will not run if the covers /for the coffee grinder, the filter basket and the machine itself) are not properly closed.
It will beep and stop running if it is turned on when one of the covers is open or if one is opened before the end of the cycle. The beeping will stop as soon as the cover is closed.
To start the machine again, press the ON button.