Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
by memory it is located at the lop of unit, where u attach the inlet hoses 2 the machine. u need to remove inlet hoses first with water turned off, then undo 2 screws at back of washer holding plastic panel that covers water valves and electics. it unclips off, i always have trouble myself. once u have that panel off remove wires to hot valve ( that is the 1 that had the hot water hose attached to it) put your tester on the terminals. if u get a different continuity reading compared to your cold it is faulty. if it is the same your computer at the front of unit is faulty.see how u go but remember turn off the power b4 u work on it! dont want any acciedents. please reply back for more help. good luck!
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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According to what's written in the manual...
'LE' will light up if the machine is unbalanced or the lid is open. This can be corrected by following operation: WATER SUPPLYfi RINSEfi DRAIN. However if the unbalanced condition is unchanged despite repeating the above operation, the lamp 'UE' will light up, and the buzzer will sound to indicate a problem.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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