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The F34 code normally only occurs when you are trying to run the CLEAN WASHER cycle. The washer should be completely empty of laundry when you are attempting to start this cycle. If the washer is empty and you are trying to run this clean washer cycle then you could have a friction problem with the spin basket that is causing the F34 code. Try turning the spin basket by hand with the washer empty and dry. The basket should turn relatively easily. If the basket will not spin easily you could have a problem with the bearing in the back of the outer tub or you could have an item stuck between the spin basket and the tub inside the washer.
I have a Siemens WM16S772DN washing machine and encountered the error code "F:67" followed by repeated beeps. (Note: Siemens and Bosch are related companies). I called Siemens and they said the code means "Fatal error" or program error. The service technician was called, and he replaced the electronic board and reprogrammed it.
- Turn off machine - Turn it on while pressing keys 2 and 5 simultaneously - On the menu that shows up, press 1st option "Software SW" - Using the up and down keys, navigate to switch 3-1 - Press OFF - Cycle machine power
Don't mess with anything else or you'll risk more trouble than you're having right now.
If the error comes up again, you have something wrong with your fusing unit. Check it.