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jkirksey1889

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lock on light staying on.  holding down no heat button for 10 seconds does not work.  service manual would be a great help.  thanks!

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[user=69273]jkirksey1889[/user] wrote:

lock on light staying on. 

... it's not flashing ?

 

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yeah i think it's staying on.  just got a call today and haven't been out yet.  just wanting to know what i'm getting into before i get there as the call is out of town.  thanks.

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Try running the rapid advance sequence:

HI TEMP WASH, AIR DRY, HI TEMP WASH, AIR DRY

or

POWER SCOUR, AIR DRY, POWER SCOUR, AIR DRY

(HI TEMP WASH = HIGH TEMP WASH = WATER HEAT)

(POWER SCOUR = SUPER SCRUB)

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