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#1 GreenestOne

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Posted 24 September 2012 - 11:30 PM

Found error codes F0-E0; F0-E5 There was no tech sheet in the machine. It is a newer Cabrio where you turn the selector dial to go into diagnostic mode, not the 3 second button push. the codes are different on this one.I spent 30 minutes online trying to get a tech manual at the job, about 45 this evening trying to download from the stash here. no success. Can someone help! Thanks..

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Posted 24 September 2012 - 11:47 PM

The tech sheet should be enclosed in a clear plastic bag inside the front panel of the machine, you have to pop the two spring clips with a putty knife and raise the main top of the washer to get to it. Be careful when raising the top on this machine and hold the lid down with your hand as you raise the top and carefully lean it against the wall otherwise the lid will open on you when you raise the top and you might damage the lid or the wall.
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Posted 25 September 2012 - 02:47 AM

F0 - E0 = NO FAULT CODES
F0 - E5 = OFF BALANCE LOAD DETECTED
Fault is displayed when an off balance condition is detected.
• Check for weak suspension. Basket should not bounce up and down more than once when pushed.
• Clothing should be distributed evenly when loading.

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