Question about Washing Machines
How do you enter diagnostic mode
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you checked the pump out of the maachine
the pump may be blocked restricting water flow
if that is ok maybe you need to give the n
machine a hot wash the seals may be draging the spin down
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
Yes their are inlet filter screens where the fill hoses hook up to the washer if you shut off the water at the wall and remove the hoses at the unit and look and you will see them carefully pop them out and clean,,,And you will be back in operation
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
your drain pump or hoses are blocked with foreign material,either coins,hairpins,detergent residue from earlier washings,remove the front lower access panel if provided to access the drain hoses and pump and also check the drain itself,some washers have the access door in the back side of the machine,if the stand pipe in the house is slow to drain it can back up and cause back pressure and the machine will sense this and stop also
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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