Question about Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer
When the machine is on, but not running, press and hold the "pre-wash" button. After a few seconds it will begin that beep noise, keep holding it in until the beep volume goes down and finally stops. Once the beep has stopped, release the button and voila, no more annoying beeps at the end of your cycle.
To restore the end of cycle notification (beep) do the same thing as described above, but release the button earlier while the beep is still going.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
I have just cracked it! You can change the volume of the buttons and the alarm independently! Turn the dial 1 click clockwise uintil you see the red numbers come on
- press and hold the button below the Spin Cycles and remain holding as you turn the dial 1 more click clockwise. You should see a number appear. Release the button. You can now toggle between the volume settings for both the buttons and the alarm. There's no rush now, it will stay in this mode now until you finish changing you volume values with the clock symbol button directly under the little screen. Mine were at default settings 2 and 3 respectively as I rotate the dial. The first number controls the button volume, the second the alarm values. Change them by pressing the button with the clock on until it's zero (alarm off/button bleeps off) or whatever value you want. Then turn the dial to the other position - change that number too if you want for louder or quieter bleeping buttons - then finish by turning the dial straight up. Done. No more bleeps!
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the machine is still under warranaty contact seller and get it fixed; if you do something inside, like disconnecting something yourself, your warranty will be invalid for further work. If its out of warranty get teh wiring diagram on line and isolate part making sound/buzzer, experiment taking wring connectors from spades. If machine is ok with them disconnected, which I would assume, then you have solved it. If not insulate or perforate sound maker/buzzer to lessen noise
Posted on Dec 04, 2011
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