Press button to start wash and hear 2 clicks from door interlock. machine then beeps 4 times and flashes 4 times. Manual says door not closed. I have fitted a new door interlock but still get the same problem. Any ideas?
Re: Door not closing Zanussi FX1265W 1200 Auacycle
Further to my previous posting, I have now got a new Bosch but I have removed the PCB from the FX1265W. I found that the printed circuit track between the edge connector and the triac has blown. The triac (BTB16) was tested and faulty. New triac is on order (£1.03). I will post again when it has been fitted and the track is repaired and if the machine works.
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Obviously appeared family error code E40 (visible to the customer) what means a problem with door interlock. Could be: door open (mechanical failure), door interlock malfunction, the problem with main PCB (triac) or wiring. In service mode you can see exactly error code: E41,E42,E43,E44 or E45.
payload. Close the door. Press off, then press on. Then enter a program
starting by selecting the fabric and the others as usual. Do not press start,
instead press the slip button to advance the programme to the very last phase,
ie drain and empty. Then press start. It will perform this operation with no
load and pump out the “no water”. This part takes 5 minutes. After the 5 mins
the programme will end and the machine will beep annoyingly, but the computer
will be reset and you can clear the program and use the machine as normal.
the same problem. The stupid computer inside remembers the program whilst it’s
off and unplugged. What has happened is you accidently pressed start and start
again to pause it in very quick succession. This confuses the computer and it
thinks that a program is in progress. This is why it wants to close the door. There
is no problem with the latch (unless it is a separate problem). You have to let
it play out a program to reset it, which is why you can play the very last “drain”
there’s a way to reset the computer either by a secret button combo or shorting
out two pins from the computer box. I don’t know. If someone knows this please
take a look at this link.
I have found that a lot of front loaders use the same control board manufacturer with the same solder failure issue.
try the section where you pull up on the white connecter with black wires as it is the easiest to verify the issue