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Bosch maxx6 E-Nr.WA24060GB/03 need info on how to reset the

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Bosch maxx6 E-Nr.WA24060GB/03 need info on how to reset the board.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Techdesk replied 2 years ago.
Hiya,
What is the problem you are having with the machine?

Can you check your E-Nr number please? It's not being recognised.

Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Bosch maxx6 E-Nr.WAE24060GB/03
Machine stopped working riinse light flashed continually,motor brushes replaced. Rinse light still flashing-need info on how to reset the control board
Expert:  Techdesk replied 2 years ago.
Hiya,
OK, thanks for that.
You need to try erasing the stored error codes.
The machine stores up to 5 codes so you may need to do this several times.

Turn the knob to off.

Close the door.

Turn the knob to 6 o'clock position.

Wait 2 seconds.

The start/pause should begin flashing.

(If the start button doesn't flash, just carry on trying to erase the codes).

Press and hold the spin button. (it may be marked RPM)

Turn the knob to 7 o'clock position.

Wait 2 seconds.

Release the button.

Turn the knob to off.
This is the procedure to clear the fault codes.
Once the codes are cleared, the machine should work again.

If your machine continually flashes the lights for a motor circuit fault, then you'll need to test the motor and wiring. If they are ok, it's a board fault.


Hope this helps
Let me know how it goes or if you need more help.
Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thankyou for the reply but I don't have a spin button on my machine only a start,rinse plus and expess wash?
Expert:  Techdesk replied 2 years ago.
Hiya,
Sorry about that, I must have mistyped the E-Nr first time and brought up the wrong manual.

I'm afraid I don't have the service manual for your model at home.
Sorry, I'll have to opt out of the question and open it to all again.
See if anyone has the service information handy.

Good luck with it.
Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Relist: Inaccurate answer.
Expert:  Gary replied 2 years ago.
Hi,
In reading the notes above, I've included a test program for your washer for you to use if you like to get a better diagnostic. Hope this helps and I wish you the best.

Selecting the test program
Activate test program:
Set program selector switch to OFF position
Press and hold the two buttons closest to the dial then turn the program selector counter-clockwise to the first program
position. Keep holding the buttons until the display shows P:01
Select test program:
Push second button from dial to scroll through tests.
-P:01 -> Errors
-P:02 -> Safety test
-P:03 -> Automatic test sequence
-P:04 -> Motor
-P:05 -> Variant (not currently used)
-P:06 -> Display
-P:07 -> Buttons and selector switch
-P:08 -> Pressure sensor (not currently used)
-P:09 -> Pressure switch
-P:12 -> Update (not currently used)
-P:13 -> Valves
-P:14 -> Buzzer
-P:15 -> Pump
-P:16 -> Heater
-P:17 -> Noise (not currently used)

Start test program:
Press START/PAUSE button
Abort test program:
Press second button away from program dial or set program selector to Off position
Leave test programs:
Switch off device
P:01 Errors
- Press Start/Pause to enter error feedback loop
- Press the second button away from the program dial to scroll through errors sequentially; error counts are displayed for each error

P:02 Safety test
Sequence: - Water fills to first level
- Heater is turned on for 30 seconds

P:03 Automatic Test
Time/s 4* 6 3 2 3 1 10 1 10 10 90
Valve 2 1 3 1+2
Heater
Water level
L1
Motor
CW rotation
Off
CCW rotation
50rpm
1150
rpm
End of program
Pumping X X X
* depends on pre-filling level and period until level 1 is reached

P:04 Motor
Test: Sequence:
Reversing - Counter-clockwise drum rotation at 50rpm
- Clockwise drum rotation at 50rpm
Spinning /
Pumping:
- Spin speed increases to max. speed
- Unbalance detection is disabled
- Only catastrophic unbalance limits are checked
- Speed reduction is not possible
P:06 Display
All LEDs and all segments of the LCD display are tested
Test program runs automatically
Sequence:
- Backlight switched off (ME99)
- Start LED and options LEDs are activated
- Pause
- Backlight switched on (ME99)
- all LCD/LED segments are activated in particular order
- Successive activation of single segments in LCD display
P:07 Buttons and selector switch
Test: Sequence:
Buttons - By pressing a button, the associated LED will light up
- By pressing the Select button, the spin sign appears in LCD display (ME99)
Selector switch - When selecting each position on the selector switch, the serially numbered positions are displayed in LCD display
(Do not rotate PS via OFF, otherwise program abort)
P:09 Pressure Switch
Sequence:
- Pump is turned on until the drum is empty
- Valve 1 is turned on until first level is reached
- Pressure is displayed
P:13 Valves
- Each valve and valve combination is tested.
- Use the START button to step through the test sequence - each push activates the next valve
- Pressure (water level) is shown in the display
- program runs automatically until level Nmax is reached or second button from program dial is pressed
P:14 Buzzer
The buzzer is activated at maximum volume.
P:15 Pump
The pump is activated and runs a maximum time of 30min unless it is stopped by pressing the second button away from the
program dial.
P:16 Heater
The heater is activated as soon as the water level reaches the heating level and is runs a maximum time of 30min unless it is
stopped by pressing the second button away from the program dial. Water temperature is displayed during the program.
The NTC can be checked during this test

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