Friday, October 28, 2011
Here's the Answer
Several of you wanted to know what the Splendide tech told me. It's a little embarrassing because it was rather simple.
When the machine wouldn't come on, I moved the dial to the "reset" button -- still nothing happened...the light never stopped its rapid blinking to release the door. I then turned the dial back to where it was when we turned the machine off -- "Anti-Crease." It started but stopped again when the "Anti-Crease" was complete, but the door still would not release. That's when I called Splendide. The tech told me to push the "Easy Iron" button off -- it was in the "on" position. (Somehow he knew that -- guess it's happened before.) He explained that since I did not have the dryer portion set to dry -- time was at zero as I intended to remove some shirts I didn't want to dry in the dryer -- and the "Easy Iron" button was "on" and there was no dry setting on the machine, it basically didn't know what to do, so it just stopped. I pushed the "Easy Iron" button off and everything was fine.
I hope this makes sense.