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DishDrawer DD603 - LCD "randomly" flashing numbers and symbols


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#1 bostoncraig

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Posted 02 July 2005 - 05:17 AM

I think I mistakenly entered this "mode" by holding the ECO and Power buttons for 5 seconds. Pressing power is the only way to stop the light show, but then the wash cycle is set to 5 minutes and I can't seem to change it. Running it for 5 minutes didn't seem to help. It stops without draining and the lightshow continues.

I don't think there's a hardware problem. I think I just screwed up and I'd like to reset everything back to the way it was.

BTW, in my efforts to fix this problem, I did manage to make it play some music.

Thanks in advance.

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Posted 02 July 2005 - 05:59 AM

Although I never saw a proper fault code, instructions for clearing a "stuck" fault code include turning off power at the source. So, I figured I might as well try that.

Cycling the power appeared to reset things properly and I was able to start a normal wash cycle. I'm assuming it will run to completion just fine.




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