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The clean light flashing 7 times is an error code indicating an issue with the wash temperature. If the control does not detect a 4*F temperature rise in the main wash cycle, it will display the fault as the clean light flashing 7 times. There are several things that could cause the water not to heat, including the water being too hot coming in, an open door switch, or a faulty component in the heater circuit. The most common cause is the door switch not closing properly. This can be due to a loading issue or a latch issue. If upon visual inspection of the heating element no obvious defects are found, I would recommend resetting the control and running another cycle, paying close attention to door closure. If the light begins flashing again, you likely have a component failure. The heat circuit consists of several components including the element, control, door switch and tub thermostat(s). Please post what Cycle Options you have and I can give you the proper steps to reset the control.
If the clean light is flashing 7 times, that is a very specific fault. Are you sure it is flashing 7 times?
May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
The sequence below should reset the control and restore operation. Let me know what happens.
■ Press any 3 keys in a sequence of 1-2-3 and then repeating this selected sequence 2 more times. This gives a total of 9 key presses. (Don't use start or cancel key.)
I believe the touch panel is shorted and will need to be replaced.
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The actual panel with the membrane switches on it.
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