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|Posted: Mon Jan 19th, 2009 04:18 am||
Samurai Appliance Repair Man
Yes, water was still in the drum the last time I ran the Rinse/Spin cycle (or on any cycle we use). The Mrs. said yesterday it seemed like it drained the soapy water ok but left water in the drum during/after the spin cycle.
So, to summarize, we have water left in the drum at the end of the Drain/Spin and (we think, and will verify) the Rinse/Spin cycle, too.
If you run it empty, how much residual water is left in the drum?
I have been running the Drain/Spin cycle today, but will go back and make certain the Rinse/Spin cycle does the same thing.
Ver goot. Do dat thang.
As for the diagnostics, I ran the full set and it cycled through each one with no fault codes displayed. What am I looking for and is there a way to run just C:01?
Don't you have to push the Prewash button twice to advance to the next test? Here's the complete service manual. Test procedure on pg. 6-8 (pg. 52 in pdfville).
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