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removal of the unnecessary “&quote” would have seriously saved an hour of time for me alone. From what I gathered after completing calibration the “&quote” segment of your instructions is nothing more than describing that after successful completion of calibration the lights on your display will appear in a fashion such as
 
1click1click clockwise: wash
1click1click clockwise: wash
 
2nd click: wash+cycle complete
 
3rd click: rinse
 
4thclick: rinse+cycle complete
 
and so on until all light are on which just clarifys that no fault codes are displayed or present.
 
After running the calibration 6x and having no fault codes at any point other than the very first time. I set the washer to run the auto calibration cycle(rinse light on)pressed start and walked away. Upon return it began running the full wash cycle on its own which was the initial problem. (Restarting full cycle on its own upon completion)
 
so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me. Your instructions to “fix”the issue of auto-restarting byThe true fix!! If calibrating are quite honestly a waste of time.didn’t work
so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me. Your instructions to “fix”the issue of auto-restarting byThe true fix!! If calibrating are quite honestly a waste of time.didn’t work
 
easy fix: go buy yourself a cheap timer for 44-45mins or set your phone timer for 44 minutes forso after getting to the “regular medium cycle”maintenance/diagnostic setting (3x full spins left , 3clicks CW, 1 Counter-CW,1 CW)you will cycle the knob until it shows as follows:
easy fix: go buy yourself a cheap timer for 44-45mins or set your phone timer for 44 minutes forso after getting to the “regular medium cycle”maintenance/diagnostic setting (3x full spins left , 3clicks CW, 1 Counter-CW,1 CW)you will cycle the knob until it shows as follows:
 
youll save yourself atleast an hour of headachesensing =OFF/no light

wash:ON

rinse:ON

spin:OFF/No light

cycle complete/done:ON

lidlocked:N/A

After your display looks as described above hit start then immediately unplug your washer, wait 10seconds. Plug it back in and open the lid. Your washer is now ready to begin a regular wash cycle.

somehow after
calibrating with no success.failed this unplugging during calibration reset mine right. Hope it helps you too!
youll save yourself atleast an hour of headachesensing =OFF/no light

wash:ON

rinse:ON

spin:OFF/No light

cycle complete/done:ON

lidlocked:N/A

After your display looks as described above hit start then immediately unplug your washer, wait 10seconds. Plug it back in and open the lid. Your washer is now ready to begin a regular wash cycle.

somehow after
calibrating with no success.failed this unplugging during calibration reset mine right. Hope it helps you too!

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Editado por: Ezekiel jones ,

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removal of the unnecessary “&quote” would have seriously saved an hour of time for me alone. From what I gathered after completing calibration the “&quote” segment of your instructions is nothing more than describing that after successful completion of calibration the lights on your display will appear in a fashion such as
 
1click: wash
 
2nd click: wash+cycle complete
 
3rd click: rinse
 
4thclick: rinse+cycle complete
 
and so on until all light are on which just clarifys that no fault codes are displayed or present.
 
After running the calibration 6x and having no fault codes at any point other than the very first time. I set the washer to run the auto cyclecalibration cycle(rinse light on)pressed start and walked away. Upon return it began running the full wash cycle on its own which was the initial problem. (Restarting full cycle on its own upon completion)
After running the calibration 6x and having no fault codes at any point other than the very first time. I set the washer to run the auto cyclecalibration cycle(rinse light on)pressed start and walked away. Upon return it began running the full wash cycle on its own which was the initial problem. (Restarting full cycle on its own upon completion)
 
so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me. Your instructions to “fix”the issue of auto-restarting by calibrating are quite honestly a waste of time.
so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me. Your instructions to “fix”the issue of auto-restarting by calibrating are quite honestly a waste of time.
 
easy fix: go buy yourself a cheap timer for 44-45mins or set your phone timer for 44 minutes for the “regular medium cycle”
 
youll save yourself atleast an hour of headache calibrating with no success.

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Editado por: Ezekiel jones ,

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removal of the unnecessary “&quote” would have seriously saved an hour of time for me alone. From what I gathered after completing calibration the “&quote” segment of your instructions is nothing more than describing that after successful completeigcompletion of calibration the lights on your display will appear in a fashion such as
removal of the unnecessary “&quote” would have seriously saved an hour of time for me alone. From what I gathered after completing calibration the “&quote” segment of your instructions is nothing more than describing that after successful completeigcompletion of calibration the lights on your display will appear in a fashion such as
 
1click: wash
 
2nd click: wash+cycle complete
 
3rd click: rinse
 
4thclick: rinse+cycle complete
 
and so on until all light are on which just clarifys that no fault codes are displayed or present.
 
After running the calibration 6x and having no fault codes at any point other than the very first time. I set the washer to run the auto cycle and walked away. Upon return it began running the full wash cycle on its own which was the initial problem. (Restarting full cycle on its own upon completion)
 
so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me.
 
easy fix: go buy yourself a cheap timer for 44-45mins or set your phone timer for 44 minutes for the “regular medium cycle”
 
youll save yourself atleast an hour of headache calibrating with no success.

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Postagem original de: Ezekiel jones ,

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removal of the unnecessary “&quote” would have seriously saved an hour of time  for me alone. From what I gathered after completing calibration the “&quote” segment of your instructions is nothing more than describing that after successful completeig of calibration the lights on your display will appear in a fashion such as

1click: wash

2nd click: wash+cycle complete

3rd click: rinse

4thclick: rinse+cycle complete

and so on until all light are on which just clarifys that no fault codes are displayed or present.

After running the calibration 6x and having no fault codes at any point other than the very first time. I set the washer to run the auto cycle and walked away. Upon return it began running the full wash cycle on its own which was the initial problem. (Restarting full cycle on its own upon completion)

so maybe running calibration helped somebody but it did nothing for me.

easy fix: go buy yourself a cheap timer for 44-45mins or set your phone timer for 44 minutes for the “regular medium cycle”

youll save yourself atleast an hour of headache calibrating with no success.

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