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The red light and beeping indicates a fault. The fault code number will be indicated in the display or by other LEDs being lit. If you post back with the details of the display we may be able to help you.
rjsymmes has the most accurate solution. Start with a battery replacement. Next course of action is to use a Bootable Media Source (Windows Disk or Recovery Disk) to see if the laptop responds and can have the Start Up repaired. If a Boot Media fails, then examine RAM, Hard Drive removal, then boot. Last resort Motherboard.
If you had to replace blown capacitors on the control board, whatever took them out most likely took out something else on the board at the same time. Causes are many...lightning strike, moisture, bugs etc. I would look carfully at the board with a magnifing glass...you might get lucky and find a short you can fix. If not, your probably going to have to invest in a new control board.
Hi Press and HOLD the Start/Pause and Cancel buttons simultaneously. As long as the buttons are held, the failure code will appear in the display as an E followed by two numbers, a number and a letter or two letters, please post back with the error code for further assistance. Daniel
Activate the Console and Indicators Diagnostic Test Mode to check the functionality of the .
Console and Indicators Diagnostic Test Mode Activation
While in standby mode, press the following button sequence within four seconds:SOIL LEVEL>WASH RINSE TEMP>SOIL LEVEL>WASH RINSE TEMP
Press the START button within five seconds of "dt" showing on the display. All indicators should turn on and "88" is displayed.
Press START again. The two-digit display and the status indicators turn off while all other indicators remain lit.
Press START again. The two-digit display and the status indicators turn on while all other indicators remain lit.
Rotate the WASH CYCLE selector back and forth. The indicators will switch on an off.
Press the buttons to check the function. The indicators will switch on or off and a beeping sound will be heard when a
button is pressed.
Press STOP or POWER button to exit diagnostic test mode.
If no indicators light up or if no beeping sound is
heard when a button is pressed or if some buttons do not light up
indicators when pressed, check the user interface
board and its connection to the main/control board.
Unplug the machine.
Remove the three screws on the back of the console.
Lift the console off the cabinet.
The control board is located on the right side of the
console viewed from the front of the machine. Disconnect the middle
wiring harness connector on the right side of the control board near
the pressure transducer hose.
Clean the connector thoroughly to ensure a good connection.
Reinstall the console and reconnect power.
Run the diagnostic test once again.
Replace the user interface board if it fails the test once more.
Refer to the next post if no problem is found on the user interface.
Error codes. are any of these lit?
PF Power failure "PF" flashes to indicate that a power failure occurred while the dryer was running. Press HOLD TO START to continue the cycle, or press OFF/Pause to clear the display.
E1 Thermistor open Replace thermistor if found defective
E2 Thermistor shorted Replace thermistor if found defective