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 Posted: Mon Aug 10th, 2009 02:45 am
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I know how to use diagnostics to see the "low byte" and 'high byte' valus for cycle counts.. but what is the multiplier value for the high byte value?

Thanks anyone..

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isn't it binary ?

 



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Sort of.........The diagnostics chart in the manual shows two items for cycle count:




DiagnosticMode               Diagnostic Info Displayed                                                        9                                           Cycle count (low byte)                                                                     10                                          Cycle count (high byte)                                                                                      



You read the  value for these in binary shown by the  8 wash progress LED's, so maximum value for each of the above values is 255.



In the fisher and paykel  dishwasher  dd603 you multiply the 'high byte' value by 200 and add it to the low byte value to get the cycle count.



The  manual for this clothes washer does not say what  you do with the two cycle count values to get  the final count.  

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what page of which manual are you referring to ?



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HI , have sent PM with link to the manual you sent me recently.. see page 15.

Sorry i put this topic in the request for manuals forum.. can you consider it an accolade which i see is aceptable.  I am still  getting used to using a forum. CAn it be moved into the right forum.

 

 

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oh ... the Cycle Count ....

that's how many wash cycles the Washer has done ...

from their dishwasher manual:

To calculate the Total cycle count use the formula below

Cycle_Count  =  (200 x High_byte) + Low_byte

Example:

High_byte = 2

Low_byte = 156

Cycle_count = (200 x 2) + 156 = 556



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Thanks.......You guys are so polite. Nobody commented firstly that i put this question in the kitchen forum.. then a later post I thought I had put it in the request for manuals forum!.

THats why I have to triple check..did I turn the power off to this machine.........

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