When you hit the start buttons, it just starts beeping. It worked fine and then the other day just started doing this. The lights stay on a few seconds after unplugging it. Then when you plug it back in and hit start again, it just does the same thing.
Is there anything I can do myself to fix this problem, or am I going to have to get a new circuit board?
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Remove the control panel and try to clan the board using isopropyl alcohol using a brush. Leave the board for one day so that it would get dry. Then install the control board back and check and check it. Sometime moisture acclimated on the control panel can cause such problems . If you didn't get isopropyl alcohol then put the control board in sunlight for one or two days. Then install the control panel and check whether it works or not. also try to replace all the switches on control panel board. you will get it in any electronic spare parts shop.Beside not to put it on direct sunlight it can cause problems to the display
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E6E is a communication error between the motor control board and and the machine control panel. But I doubt this has anything to do with your water supply issue.
The water supply can be stopped from several things including lack of water to the unit (flood safe hoses usually), the control board not sending power to the valve, the valve itself being bad, or most likely would be the door lock is not recognizing it's latched so it's not advancing.
i have the problem when i turn power on 2 green wash cycle lights plus the red lid lock stay on with constant beeping every second then when i push the start button the 2 green lights go out and the red lid lock light stays on but no beeps please help
If your no-name/no instructions watch has the chime function, try this to turn it off/on:
In regular time mode, hold down the reset button, while you hit the mode button. You should see something on the face appear or disappear. This could be the chime on/off signal. You will have to wait for the regular time to hit the hour to see if this works.
If you do the same but hit the start/stop button instead, the alarm should turn on/off.
The mystery is that you have to go to this third level of button combinations. Who knew these generic watches were this deep.
Time and Location If you hold in the light, start and the reset button for a few seconds a screen will appear with the 12h or 24 h clock setting and also the date and country. Once you have that screen if you press the mode button it will move over the date and clock etc then you just press the reset button and start button to choose the date and time. Once you have changed the date and time to the correct date press the light button, start button and reset button and it will save the settings.
Alarm Hold in the light, start and the reset button for a few seconds a screen will appear press the mode button it will move over the date and clock etc then you just press the reset button and start button to choose the date and time. Use the light button to set the screen.
Is your grinder in and the lid down? My coffee maker (grind & brew) started beeping after I cleaned it and turned the left knob clockwise with the grinder still disassembled. There's a little button that is depressed when you close the lid with the grinder in there (I'd guess it's a safety feature). I pressed down that button, and the beeping went away.