This machine is throwing out an F3 E2 error code which according to the tech sheet is a water temperature error. We have replaced the water sensor and the CCU as well, it worked fine for the test cycle and almost a full cycle for the customer before stopping near the end with the same error code. Now that error code comes back on right away even after a reset and will not start any cycles, does anyone have any idea on what else could be causing this issue as we have not run into it before. Thanks for the help.
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