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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! That error is indeed a flood code, see the attached page. Have you checked to see if there is water in the base?
Can you use a meter to measure the continuity through that switch to see if it may have welded contacts?
Give me just a few minutes to look up the service code initiation and we can see if it will manually clear.
Using the attached instructions, can you see if it will initiate a service cycle or if the pump remains running and the error stays displayed, please?
Sure, thank you!
Correct, the control is getting a signal that there is water flooding.
If you push the buttons indicated on the sheet I sent you when you power it up, does it change? If not, the flood switch is closed or the control is faulty. Those are the only things that will cause that.
So, if that switch is good (tested with a meter) then the electronic control is faulty.
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It has to be a control issue then. The control is seeing a message from that switch or the control has issues.
It won't go into a diagnostics if it detects a flood, no. So there has to be an issue with that circuit. Wiring and connectors okay at the control and switch?
Just the ones on the board would be the only ones that would be suspect.