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IE means inlet error. Most likely the washer took too long to fill, due to a plugged screen where the hose attaches to the inlet water valve. Frozen water line would do it also. Or a bad water valve.

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IE is a water inlet error, if the correct water level is not reached within a specific amount of time, you will get this error. Check and make sure your water tap is open and isn't frozen. Check your water pressure as well.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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