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Hi Grand Master,

I have attached the picture of the machine in error mode.
off off off ON off off off off (00010000)

Does anyone know what this is trying to tell me?

Cheers and Beers.

Wados maximus.

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(00010000)
is not listed for a GW603 (Phase 3 model)
 

Phase 1 model GW050  GW060  GW070  GW500  GW600  GW700  GW650
(00010000) = Display / Motor Control Module Out of Sequence

If you PM your email address, I could send you the Parts Manual &  Diagnostic Manual



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thanks largeprinting@gmail.com

Will I understand how to fix it from the manual.

I'll work it out thanks.

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479101 Washer Ph3 GW503 603 703.pdf

FP ALL Washer_Smart_Drive_Diagnostics.pdf

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Brilliant. thanks

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In using the manual to turn off the Auto Reset I need to got to
1. Diag mode
2. press adv and low water till light goes out.

Response light does not go out
I can move the LED up to mid and high.

Any thoughts ?

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1) Enter Diagnostic Mode:

Machine Power Button = OFF

While pressing & holding Wash Temp Down button, press the Power button until machine gives 2 short beeps and lights up.

 

2) To turn Restart OFF:

press the Advance button once.

press the Water Level Down button (once or twice) to turn Restart OFF (Low Water Level LED)

 



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In looking at page 5 manual the Using the "wash temp down" and "power" gets the machine in the manual to the DIAG mode.

But the machine I have to get to DIAG MODE i need to press.
"Start/Pause" then "power".

Then once in the diag mode, if I press ADV it moves to the Lit LED to the SHORT WASH light.

The LED arrangement is different on this 603.

I am not sure if the manual is the correct one for the machine.

I do believe we need to turn off the auto restart.

I have taken a photo of the label in machine.

Appreciated, thank you and sorry for the confusion.

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Geewiz Teamwade can you take some pix of the innards of this machine. TY



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Yeh, I need to empty the water out.

I though I'd put the cycle and see if I could have a code generated that was different from the auto reset.

I ran a cycle and the machine is just sitting full of water.

I know the tap works at least. ..lol.

Couple years ago, some one from the forum told me to get a new tap and pump. - the advice was perfect.

But its cactus now...lol

I have taken some shots of it pumping out the water I placed it on the spin cycle.

To view the smartdrive live in action I have uploaded the feature lenght movie of it pumping out water.

Just seems to have a problem knowing what to do once the water is in the machine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXnB1cUwBFg

<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/bXnB1cUwBFg&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/bXnB1cUwBFg&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>

I tried to embed the video above from youtube.

Really appreciate the help, Cheers.
Wados

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hard to tell if the pic is a pump or the main motor



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I believe it is the pump (right) and as the main motor may be the grey thing to the left.

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Hi Guys, I have been still unable get this washer working. Really appreicate the help.

thanks
Al. :ufo::drowning:

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I dont think it is a motor problem. I think is has to do with a sensor not making the change to the next cycle.
If I choose a cycle it will fill with water, but then the water just sits there.
I can place it on the spins and rinse it works fine.

dunno?:crybaby:

OH yeah favourite beer = Coopers Sparking Ale. :)

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