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Constant drain and beeping
Float switch on all times, try to check the float freely going up and down, or there is water accumulated at the float. good luck
How do i start the cycle
Short of getting the manual, you will have to figure out by trial and error each button- most importantly the start. Then one by one chart the location and function of each button and when satisfied, mark them on the d/w with indelible ink.
E1 error code indicating anti flood has been
Yes this is a common error code on these machines the anti flood switch that is a sensor that sits at the bottom of the machine when water builds up on this switch this error code will illuminate
So what you need to do is disconnect any power to the machine
then if your has a panel at the bottom that can be removed remove it and look to see if there is a little tray in there if so it needs to be emptied this is normally done by tipping the machine towards you at a 45 deg angle then hold it there for 45 seconds this allows for the flood switch to be reset
Now take a towel and dry up any wires that are wet you may be able to see the sensor too where the tray is if so make sure this is totaly dry
then restore power to the machine and give it a try i have had to use a hair dryer sometimes also to help dry the wires under these machines ok that is just a hint though ok?
Hope this solution has helped you out Please feel free to rate this solution for me it helps get the best posiable solutions for customers ok?
Best regards Mike
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