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Daewoo DWD-F1011 Error code H6

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by muffybg » Wed Oct 31, 2007 4:23 pm

Hi all hoping somebody can help me on this one. Washer comes up with this error code after about 15 minutes of washing. H6 is displayed on the LED and have to turn off and back on again to clear it.
The machine lets water in and lets water out, have checked the filter and the pipes near the filter for any blockages also checked inlet valve as well but no joy.
Hope someone can help

Thanks
Muffy
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by muffybg » Wed Oct 31, 2007 9:20 pm

Ok solved the problem, seems a spade connector had dislodged itself from the back of the machine reattached and all works seems it was a heat problem
Hope this helps someone else int he future.
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by yootah » Fri Nov 09, 2007 1:16 am

Thanks for providing the answer! I thought I was lucky finding this website... :D :lol:
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