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W1213, pre-wash and main wash lights flash with the 3 lines --- fault code. I tried entering the service mode as I read online I should push and hold start, then turn on the machine, wait for the dot and push start 3 times, holding on the third. Although there were no letter F's, three numbers alternated! A 5, a 9, and a 1 flashed, one at a time. please help!!!!

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You are in the service mode now. The buzzer LED displays a flashing rhythm of 2 flashes while the ROM ID is show in the display(this is what you are seeing), press the buzz button to advance to the fault register level. Here is the manual to the tech manual http://laundry.manualsonline.com/mdownloads/89c212d9-4843-4409-b17c-b3439c9b0d05.pdf

Posted on Feb 21, 2011

  • davidh41 Feb 21, 2011

    if you have an f065, trying tightening the door light..inside the door at the top..use the flat orange (or could be yellow maybe) tool that in on the inside of your dispenser tray. Look at the operating/installation manual that came with your machin on page 29 about bulb replacement. I kelpt getting the --- and found fault code was f065..so i just tighten it and solved my issue.

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