Question about Washing Machines
F&P machines are capable of self-diagnosis, but you have to have the codes and the fault numbers to interpret the binary display.
This is a very simple and quick job for a F&P tech, who will also check any other component which may have caused a secondary fault.
It's risky to just install parts without doing the recommended checks because F&P machines can have component failures which cause other problems elswhere.
An experienced tech will check and replace the parts required and should offer a warranty which you won't get if you do the work yourself.
Probably not what you wanted to hear, but cheaper than ruining electronic parts with no recourse.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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