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"FH" is a No Water Detect error.It is an indication that you either have no water coming into the washer, or very little water at all. Check whether the water taps are turned on sufficiently, the inlet hoses are not kinked, the water inlet valve is not clogged, you don't have a siphoning issue, and/or the drain pump is working.


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I found a small part (looks like the top part of a pen) in my washer, now when i turn on the washer the goes in but does not stop, does not start the wash cycle. Also door keeps locking and unlocking.


How to run a diagnostic test:
  1. Unplug power cord, then wait 30 seconds.
  2. After plugging in, follow these instructions...
To Enter SERVICE MODE: Press Signal-Delay-5ignal-Delay (within 30 seconds of plugging in washer).
To Exit SERVICE MODE: Repeat Signal-Delay-Signal-Delay.

Here are the possible tests to run (TEST LIST). The error codes from t02 will probably be the best indicator of your problem. (scroll down to bottom to see what each command button does once you are in test mode)
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Button Commands (based upon test mode)
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t01 prerequisites: none

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------------------------------------------------------------------
t02 prerequisites: none

Start Displays most recent error code (EOO=none)
Start Displays previous error code (up to previous 10)
Hold start Clear all error codes (and then displays EOO)
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------------------------------------------------------------------
t03 prerequisites: none

Start Alternate "cod" and Control Software version
Start Alternate "EE" and eePROM version
Start Alternale "Inv" and Inverter Software version
Power Returns to "103"
------------------------------------------------------------------
t04 prerequisites: none

Start loops on lighting lED's, LCD and cycle ids
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------------------------------------------------------------------
tOS prerequisites: none

Start Displays "P" and pump for 60 seconds
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t06 prerequisites: none

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------------------------------------------------------------------
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t10 prerequisites: none

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------------------------------------------------------------------
t11 prerequisites: none

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------------------------------------------------------------------
t12 prerequisites: none

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Start Displays "Fdt" and fills via fabric softener chamber (stops if reaches Main level during any fill)
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------------------------------------------------------------------
t13 prerequisites: none

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