Question about Washing Machines
Says change the ccu,
also how do I clear the code what do I push to clear the fault code
Once you change the CCU, that is where the fault codes are stored. They will go away. To change the CCU, remove the screws on the top of the washer (usually #20 torx or 1/4 screws) Push the lid slightly back and lift off. Depending on the model of Epic z you have the CCU will be on the top, center towards the rear or on the top, right hand side towards the front. It will be the plastic box where all of the wires are going. However, before changng the CCU, unplug the unit for 2 1/2 minutes. Does the problem return? While you have the top open, check all of your connections going to your CCU. Are any loose? Also try following the black hose on the top, right hand side towards the rear. It goes to your pressure switch (round cylinder 2 1/2 - 3" wide). Give it a firm tap with something insulated (the handle of your screw driver for instance). If the switch gets stuck it can cause a false f01 eror code.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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