OK, thanks for that.
A single flash (flashing continuously) indicates a fault with the NTC (temperature sensor).
This is located in the bottom of the sump on the appliance.
It's a twist fit from underneath.
To remove it, unplug the appliance and take off the inspection panel below the door.
Twist the NTC to unlock it then pull it down and out.
When you take the panel off, be very careful as the edges of this appliance are razor sharp when exposed.
To obtain the correct part you would need the 85 number.
Quote this to your parts supplier when you want to order the part.
The flashing light gives an error code that indicates the most likely cause of the problem. In this instance it's reporting a fault with the NTC.
You could try taking out the filters, pouring a kettle of boiling water into the sump and trying the machine again. If still failing, allow it to cool and then try again.
You refer to an "End" button in your first post. Can you confirm your appliance has a button marked "End"?
Whirlpool machines normally have on/off , program or select and start.
Machines with a rotary dial have an on/off, the dial and a start button.
Hope this helps
Let me know how it goes or if you need more help
Edited by Fred Bloggs on 2/23/2010 at 8:52 AM EST