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#1 walterptiv

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Posted 02 June 2005 - 03:16 AM

In the course of replacing things to repair a problem, I am replacing the main controller board. I know that I need to set the machine size for it to function. I cannot figure out what the proper size should be. I have a "standard" GWL10. Is the size stamped somewhere?

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Posted 02 June 2005 - 10:37 AM

I'm fairly sure a GWL10 is a 7.5KG washer.  In NZ you press and hold wash temp up button and then press power and release both, it should beep 3 or 4  times, you then press the spin speed up button once, which lights up the bottom spin light, then press power to store. I am unsure if your washers are the same but hopefully it helps.
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Posted 02 June 2005 - 11:02 AM


[align=left]SIZE SETTING MODE (SAME AS SERIES 8)[/align]

[align=left]It is important to set the size of the machine into the Motor Controller's memory whenever a[/align]
[align=left]replacement Motor Controller or Display Module is fitted to the washing machine. Failure to do[/align]
[align=left]this could result in the machine faulting to detailed fault code 9.[/align]
[align=left]To set the size turn the power on at the power point and off at the console. Press and hold the[/align]

[align=left]TEMPERATURE UP
button then press the POWER button. The machine will give 4 short[/align]
[align=left]beeps and the pattern of LED's will change.[/align]
[align=left]Press the
TEMPERATURE UP button until the COLD LED is on for 5kg & 5.5kg machines.[/align]
[align=left]Press the
WATER LEVEL UP button until the LOW WATER LED is on for 6.5kg machines.[/align]
[align=left]Press the
SPIN SPEED UP button until the SPIN HOLD LED is on for 7kg/7.5kg machines.[/align]
[align=left](This is the setting for GWL10)[/align]
[align=left]Press
POWER to exit this mode.[/align]
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