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There is likely a fault. If the water is still in the machine then the cycle has not completed. If its prom night and you need the clothes "now" I would unplug the machine, that should release the lock.
Next load I would start with something that can be left in the machine. Use a basic cycle and see what happens. The locking of the door is normal and part of the wash process. The manual "attached link" describes where and when in the process the door will lock. You can try "pause" if the cycle needs to be interrupted.
The Neptune Od code will come up when the unit does not see the door opened before starting another cycle following a completed cycle. Simply opening the door and closing it again will remove this code until the same incidence happens again. So if you are looking to rewash a load of cloths you must first open the door then close it before you can start the machine over. Pleazer Appliance...
Push the pause/cancel button twice to clear your message. Then run through a rinse/spin cycle. Next try a normal load without any detergent. SUDS is usually from too much detergent. If this fails, checked the hose for kinks. Check connections and if all that fails, you will probably have to replace the pump. Good Luck!
lg huh... go get a hammer or something heavy and break the door glass to get clothes out.... lol ?LG this is whut u get when u buy that shizzzit lol sooorrry but it seems like noone can get parts or service on this brand is what my joke is about., soooorry at ur expense though i jusst had to say that ......well try unpluggin or killin breaker power to unit for five minutes, also make sure no control lock buttton is activated, some machines have a latch up underneath might need to remove bottom panel is acccesible thats bout it hope this helps once again soory for the foul weatherd joke...gooday mate
TAKE 3 SCREWS OUT THAT HOLD THE BOTTOM FRONT PIECE REACH UP BEHIND AND ON THE DOOR LOCK MECHANISM THERE IS A ROUND PLASTIC DOOHICKEY PULL IT DOWN ABOUT 1/2 AN INCH OR AS FAR AS YOU CAN AND IT WILL UNLOCK THE DOOR. I WOULD UNPLUG UNIT FIRST. I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE F22 THING. MY JUNKER DOES THE SAME THING PERIODICALLY, I UNPLUG AND REPLUG IT TO CORRECT
Check and ensure that the tubes and passages to the water level pressure sensor are not blocked by caked detergent, lint , etc. ( this may have caused the water overflow in the first place) clean up the internal parts that are wetted by the overflow.
clean the door lock mechanism. ( this normally works on a temperature delay mechanism, if cleaning does not work, replace)
all the above done with the power unplugged and water inlets unplugged , of course
Check the wall inlet to see if water comes freely; then check if the inlet valves behind your machine to see they are not clogged.
Best that u open the valve full before you begin your wash. The water coming 3 inches/door is normal.
Dont try opening the door until after you hear a click or aft 2 or three minutes aft wash cycle completes.