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Fisher and Paykel DD605 LCD reads "34 min"

Fisher Paykel Fisher and Paykel DD605 Fisher & Paykel 34 34 min 34 minutes LCD

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#1 Trey

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 07:23 AM

I have a Fisher and Paykel DD605 (with LCD).
No matter which wash mode I select, it only says 34 min on the display. Even if adding the ECO mode, I get the same thing. I have unplugged and replugged in the washer and still the same problem.

I have pressed the start button and the machine locks the drawer and then beeps as if the wash is complete and reads "00" on the LCD display. Nothing more and nothing less.

The washing arm spins freely.

The bottom drawer is working perfectly well.

Anyone with some ideas?

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#2 asteysn2

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 09:06 PM

Well now youre going to have using your diagnostic skills. Find the tech sheet (behind the lower drawer) and start taking measurements. The heater should show about 25 ohms each track. Thermister, about 12K at R.T Water valves about 65 each. Stator about 33 ohms from leg to leg. If every thing checks out well, try swapping the controllers from top to bottom and then the LCD badges. Good luck
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Posted 01 May 2012 - 01:49 AM

sounds like a bad controller

swap them from top to bottom and see how you go





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