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The complete built-in service diagnostic module contains two
entry modes and three modes of operation.
¦ Universal mode across all products. It displays error history
prior to performing any automated test.
¦ Quick entry and bypasses the displaying of error codes.
¦ Display the error states that have been recorded by theappliance
¦ Run through an automated test.
¦ Run loads to assist in diagnosing potentially non-electrical
Starting Service History Mode & Diagnostic
NOTE: The washer must be empty and the control must be
in the OFF state before pressing the touch-pad sequence to
start the test.
1. Close the door.
2. Select any one key (except PAUSE/CANCEL) and follow
the steps below, using the same key (remember the key):
? Release for
? Release for
3. Upon release, all console LED lights will turn on for
4. If there are any failure codes, they will be displayed in the
Estimated Time Remaining display.
NOTES: This program recalls the most recent failure code
¦ Press the same key to advance to the next failure code.
(If the console doesn’t change then the same failure
code was stored multiple times.)
¦ If there aren’t any more failure codes all the lights on the
console will turn on for 5 seconds.
¦ Next the washer begins the Diagnostic Test.
¦ To cancel out of service mode press PAUSE/CANCEL.
(This exits you out of the program.)
Starting Diagnostic Test and bypassing the
Service History Mode:
Execute this procedure with an empty drum. All of the steps
below must be done in sequence in order to reach the
Diagnostic Test. This executes the automatic test but does
not show the error history.
¦ Close the door.
¦ Push POWER.
¦ Select the CLEAN WASHER cycle.
¦ Press EXTRA RINSE four times within 5 seconds.
¦ Press EXTRA RINSE to advance to the next step of the test
¦ If the starting procedure fails, push PAUSE/CANCEL, then
repeat the starting procedure.
Edited by MasterTech on 10/1/2010 at 5:14 PM EST