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All works as expected, except the water does not start to flow. I replaced both of the solenoids about 3 months ago

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  • davidehill Apr 13, 2008

    Hey,



    Yes, checked the meshes, I just got into diagnostic mode, and through pressing switches proved that the hot and cold water works, as well as the pump. I dont have the diagnostic codes as it is an Australian machine...doesnt ship with codes. Any help would be appreciated. The machine turns boots as normal, then when the Start switch is pressed it beeps once, but no water starts to flow.

  • davidehill Apr 14, 2008

    Thanks for your help. I fixed it.



    The machine has a magnetic lid closed sensing switch which was not functioning. I hard wired the switch out of the equation, and hey presto....functional.



    Cheers

  • Cary Micheau
    Cary Micheau May 11, 2010

    I am not familiar with your particular model but I have had problems with my locking lid switch getting stuck and not allowing it to start up. adjusting the lid switch solved the problem have you checked the lid lock by trying to open after you press start? my machine has two locks one on each side.

  • Cary Micheau
    Cary Micheau May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the wire mesh filters at the hose connections on the machine itself?

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Gday,

My machine acted as normal, and beeped when the start button was pressed, but wouldnt start. I ended up hard wiring the lid magnetic sensor (on the right side top of the machine) by taking off the two screw plugs at the top front of the machine, and cutting the wires before the magnetic sensor, then joining them.

Fixed.

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