Question about Fisher Paykel EcoSmart GWL15
Cant find any infoon this code
Fault code 234
234. (11101010) Lid Lock Open Circuit
Check Harness to Lid Lock and connections at the Motor Control Module and lid lock ends.
Primary Fault: Connector to the harness, either end could be at fault.
Action: Replace Harness.
Secondary Source: Lid Lock has failed to be activated.
Replace Lid Lock.
Motor Control Module has not responded to the Lid Lock being activated.
Check the lid has a tang and is fitted correctly to activate the Lid Lock. If this is all in order, the Motor Control Module must be at fault and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 15, 2013
SOURCE: Fisher and Paykel EcoSmart GWL15
tilt the machine to get to the bottom and there is an electric pump that you can remove with no tools, you twist if out. after that is removed you should see what has clogged your pump.. I spent 4 hours disassembling my entire machine , cleaning it, trying to find out what was wrong. And the fix could of just taken me 1 minute.. Next time... But at least I know how to take everything apart now, very easy and simple machine to work on.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
It sounds like you need to re programme the machine.
With the machine plugged into the wall and turned on and the headset turned off this is what you do.
Push and hold down the start button, while doing that you need to then push and hold down the power button.
Hold them down for about 5 seconds, during which time you may a series of up to 3 beeps.
Then release the buttons.
Turn the machine off and then on again followed by the start button. Allow the machine to then run the complete cycle.
This should correct your problem, if this doesn't then you may need to then look at replacing the computer panels.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Hi There,You could bail out as much water as possible,Then If you lean the machine back against the wall,(with machine unplugged) you could remove the bottom plate (if fitted) and you will see the pump with a fan attached,Try turning the fan back & forth it may loosen the obstruction and you could then pump the water out before removing the pump for a service,A the front of the pump you will see a small plastic locking clip that needs to be held out while you turn the pump anti-clockwise for removel.Note treat everthing to be live on this machine if plugged in.(unplug machine before attemting any procedure) Best Regards.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
On the bottom of the tub is this pump as you can has a locking tab you release and twist the pump a hair and it comes right out. Get ready to get a bath. LOL
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Posted on Mar 24, 2010
There are several possible causes. To track down the problem, first shut off the water supply valve feeding the washing machine, then remove the hot water hose from the machine and direct it into a bucket. Turn on the water supply valve. Does water come out? Is it hot? If you only get cold water, then you need to insulate the pipe between the water heater and the supply valve so you get hot water faster (assuming the water heater is working!)
If you have a supply of hot water, then check the inlet screen where the hose connects to the washing machine. Perhaps it is clogged with lime or sediment. If it is clear, then you have a fault in the hot water solenoid valve or water temperature selector switch.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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