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H9i what does F 10 mean

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H9i what does F 10 mean
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Techdesk replied 3 years ago.
Hiya,
My name is Fred.
I will be trying to assist you with this problem today.
Thanks for asking us to try and help you with this appliance question.

F10 indicates a problem with the pressure switch circuit of the machine.
There's no signal from the pressure switch being received by the control board.

Unfortunately, you'll likely need a new pressure switch and/or control board.
In the case of the control board, it also needs to be programmed after fitting.

What exactly happens when you try to start a new program?
Anything or does it simply display the F10?

Let me know, I'll see if there's anything we may be able to do before having to resort to getting an engineer in.

Hope this helps
Get back to me and let me know what's happening
Thanks
Expert:  Techdesk replied 3 years ago.
Hiya,
Just wondering if you've seen the answer I posted.

Just in case, here it is again.

F10 indicates a problem with the pressure switch circuit of the machine.
There's no signal from the pressure switch being received by the control board.

Unfortunately, you'll likely need a new pressure switch and/or control board.
In the case of the control board, it also needs to be programmed after fitting.

What exactly happens when you try to start a new program?
Anything or does it simply display the F10?

Let me know, I'll see if there's anything we may be able to do before having to resort to getting an engineer in.


Thanks