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You probably need a new board, but why not call the local parts supplier and tell the guy you're getting an 019 and he should be able to get you started. Just every now and then you may get around, but more than likely your will need to replace the board.
Manufactured by omega washing mashine have an electronic controlpanel that must be unlocked in order to set or make changes to your washingcycle.
E2 indicates a water leak. When a leak occurs, it trips thefloat device by dumping water into the dishwasher's base. The incoming watervalve will be switched off, and the drain pump will turn on until the sump isempty
However, if an error light is blinking on your dishwasher'scontrol panel, the panel must be reset before you can gain access. Blinkinglights on your washer control panel may signal a mechanical problem that needsto be repaired. If the lights continue to blink after you've reset the controlpanel, contact Sears to service omega washing mashine or considertroubleshooting the appliance yourself carefully.Instructions
1 Press and hold the "Heated Dry" button onyour omega washing mashine for four seconds to unlock the dishwasher controlpanel.
2 Press the "Heated Dry," "Normal Wash,""Heated Dry" and "Normal Wash" buttons one after theother, in fairly quick succession.
3 Wait for the washer to run a short diagnostic test.
4 Press the "Cancel/Drain" button at the endof the diagnostic test cycle. This should reset the control panel on your omegawashing mashine.
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My washing machine is Samsung Top loading Model WA80B3, the problem is that the water inlet valve is continuously working all the time during the washing cycle and it does not stop automatically, so I have to run additional drying cycle after washing cycle and after closing the water supply manually
I believe there is a leaky valve that shuts the water on and off, Not the one on your house. Which you really should shut those off to. You would have to remove the top and back panel of the washer, remove the tub to be able to get to the pump and valve to replace valve or rubber washer. If possible, you should shut house water valves off that go to the washer. They also have little rubber seals inside that can wear out and leak.