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rcr286

Member Since 01 Oct 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 10 2013 09:01 AM

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Fisher & Paykel GWL10US help

01 October 2013 - 09:18 PM

I am trying to get my girlfriend's F&P GWL10 fixed and am running into trouble. About 3 years ago (last time it ran) a tech told her that the pump needed to be replaced because it would not pump water out when needed. ....This is all I have been told.... About a month ago I looked into pumps, and how these things work, and was impressed by the simplicity and cost of parts to repair, so I bought a pump, replaced it with ease, but the machine doesn't work. Now for some specifics:

 

  1. I replaced the pump and plugged the machine in
  2. When it saw power, the machine makes steady, repeating beeps
  3. Additionally, the lights on the panel are lit as such - X  Y  G  X  G  X  X  X  (X = none, Y=Yellow, G=Green, R=Red)
  4. When I push the Power button, nothing really changes
  5. When I push ANY button, nothing changes
  6.       except when I push the Start button
  7. When I push the start button, the beeping stops and the lights are still lit in the above pattern, but the "Spin" LED is lit Red (X Y G X G X X R)

If I let the machine time out, I can get into the diagnostic mode, but cannot get any codes to trip

 

That's about it. Can anyone let me know what I need to check, replace or reset in order to get this thing to run through a cycle or two? (we need to run something through it after sitting for a couple of years)

 

Thanks!

Roger

 



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