This machine uses an electronic beep-beep board for the user interface (in violation of the 5th Law of the Prophecy). So, you can bet your sweet derriere that you will be seeing fault codes in the display. In rare instances, fault codes give useful diagnostic information; usually, however, it’s just more infuriating techno-blather that’s about as helpful as a poke in the eye with a ca-ca stick.
All fault codes for this washer start with an “F,” which ostensibly stands for “fault” but I’ll let you fill in your own favorite F-word. So, for example, you might see F01, which means the CCU is FUBAR.
When you see an F-bomb flash in your Duet Sport’s control console, you’ll want to have this list of fault codes handy so that you can enhance your confusion but still feel like you’re doing something, anything!, to get the damn thing fixed.
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