Have message L:OC on the LCD, all buttons are locked.
I have this problem when machine was operated, did not finished (just 2 min) last cycle, and power was shut down. Now all buttons are blocked and I have message: P:AU, when press button START or PAUSE another code: L:OC
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1. To prevent operation of the washing machine when no wash cycle is running
To set this feature, switch the machine on using the POWER button at the top-left of the control-panel. Next, press and hold both the SPIN and RINSE buttons for about 3 seconds - until the child lock light indicator on the control panel illuminates. All functions of the washing machine will now be disabled apart from POWER ON/OFF until such time as the child lock is deactivated.
To deactivate the child lock, press and hold the SPIN and RINSE buttons again until the child lock light indicator on the control panel goes out.
2. To prevent any tiny fingers from tampering with the machine while a program is running.
After pressing the START/PAUSE button to start the wash cycle, press and hold the SPIN and RINSE buttons until the child lock light indicator illuminates. All buttons on the control panel will now be disabled until the child lock has been disabled. When the wash cycle has finished, you will need to switch the child lock off again to reactivate the buttons. Once you have finished using the washer, reactivate the child lock again before switching the power off as above.
The feature can also be used when using the delayed start feature, but needs to be set after pressing the START/PAUSE button.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
In the last ten years the machines have been using a water heat feature. The water will heat roughly 1 degree a minute so depending on the installation and temperature of the incoming water, a complete cycle can be 90 min to over 4 hours. Eric
try doing button setting change from "Hi-Temp Wash - Normal - Hi-Temp Wash - Normal" sequence of button selections.
This must occur within 6 seconds and initiates an internal diagnosis of the machine. The process runs for about 19 min. and shuts off During the process several LED's light up and several funtions start and stop. If the machine has no broken systems, you should be able to open the
door add some soap and the usual dirty dishes and carry on with normal
this is the method to reset the machine. Most likely is that there were suds in the last cycle or the door doesn't close smoothly.