My washer comes on and beeps randomly with no fault codes. If you push start while the panel is on it turns off. If you hit stop it turns the panel on. If the panel is on and you select any cycle modifiers it turns off. The washer will not start running at any point. One other note, when plugging the washer in there is a blue spark right at the recepticle (possible short?) I also disconnected and reconnected all of the wire bundles under the control panel. Any help deciding if the computer or panel board is bad. Thanks
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Re: Oasis Washer 110.27082601 Power issue
Cj, the spark is normal, just a cap on the board discharging. I had one with the same problem and it turned out to be the touch panel. There is a tech sheet on the inside of the front panel. Pop the top to get it and it should show you how to check the touch panel. Catriver..post back.
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This can be due to fault within the control panel output to the indication and buzzer. If the washer works without any issue and the cycles are correct, then it is best to remove the buzzer connections as the drive output transistor or IC could be intermittent and so works erratic.
YES! Serious problem...more annoying than anything else. Wait until your machine stops at the spin cycle and displays "F1" again. We just had a repair tech out today and received a quote of $384+ to fix/replace the circuit board.
Kenmore & Sears are fully aware of this problem and have issued a recall on a model that is one digit off of the model I have yet they will not do anything about this even though it is the same problem. These machines are huge dogs!
its the power button its a common prob use a soldering iron and switch it with the load sinal button this happpens as the washer alallows moisture to get on the board as its not protected it will save u a ton of money and anyone can do it
there are 3 philips head screws in the back of the interface panel. Loosen them all the way (they don't pull out) and you can rock the interface panel toward the front. you can disconnect the panel from the rest of the machine by pulling one ribbon cable plug. the interface card is attached with 3 more screws that come all the way out. there are two tabs at the bottom that you need to release before rocking the card upward. the control knob also needs to be pulled out before pulling the card.
i had the random beeping problem where the wash cycle would be fine (and no codes). it turned out to be caused by an air wick air freshener that was plugged into the same circuit. make sure your power line is clean -- remove those pesky interference makers!
I had a very similar problem with my Oasis He Washer 110.27087603. The machine was randomly cycling through different water temperature indication lights. It would repeatedly beep and not allow a wash cycle to complete. Fixya.com alerted me to the "upgrade" to the electronic control W10112112 to W10189966. My machine was scheduled service and a Sears tech replaced that board. My problem with random cycling continued and the tech stated the touch panel electronics; part # 8564392 would fix the problem. He said one of the microswitches on the panel was probably stuck and not allowing the machine to enter a wash cycle. I found the 8564392 panel at http://www.prosupplyco.com/search.aspx?find=8564392 for a very reasonable price. Realize that Whirlpool parts are Whirlpool parts and Sears doesn't hold the only key to them.
This is a common problem with the Oasis. The problem is the User Interface Control board behind the control panel. There's a relay on the board that shorts out and causes the washer to randomly (and constantly) beep. This can also occur with the washer turned off. Since the circuit board is not serviceable it is recommended that you replace the control board. Searspartsdirect.com carries replacement parts for your washer. Just type in the model number and search under the console heading for the user interface board. If you are usure which part, I'm talking about, please post back with your model number and I can assist you. I hope this helps.