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Have you removed the big draining tube from the back? On the back of the washer there should be 3 lines, two smaller ones and one larger one. The widest one is your drain line. It should be very easy to disconnect. Take it off and shine a flashlight where it connects and try to find any clogs. Check the line itself for any clogs and maybe run hot water through it to get it nice and clean. If you cant find anything its likely a motor may be burnt out for the spin cycle. This will most likely need to be replaced.
LD error is for long drain. The pump filter in the pump assembly is probably clogged. Remove front lower panel, pump assembly is in the front with a cap that unscrews. Once cap is unscrewed you can slide out the filter and clean. Remove as much water as possible from basket before taking off pump cap or else water will come flooding out when filter is removed. Reinstall and run drain spin cycle. Should drain ok.
If the drain time exceeds 8 minutes, the water valves are turned off and F02 is flashed.
Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.
NOTE: After 4 minutes the “Sud” error will be displayed, then 4 minutes later the F02 error code will be displayed.
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked • Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure the pump is running. • Check the drain pump filter for foreign objects • If the above does not correct the problem replace the pump
to enter the cleaning cycle: Select the RINSE & SPIN button. Select Low SPIN SPEED' Select Warm/Cold WATER TEMPERATURE. Select the 2ND RINSE Option. Push the END of CYCLE SIGNAL button 4 times within 5 seconds to start cycle
Hi! ricksmith What is the first three digits of the model number. The he4t I have reference to does not have a "F" code error. Most of the codes are two digit, PF, F1 to F9 etc. You could try: Pressing Pause/Cancel two times to clear code. As well as unplug for 20 seconds. Do you have power fluctuations in your area. InMrFixIt
WE had a person with the same problem with her HE4 front loaded washer. What we discovered was when we opened up the soap resivour was that soap built up around the float valves causing them to stick.
A technician I knew put vinegar down the soap dispensor and ran the cycle, with the washer empty. He put it on in the hot water mode and ran it for four or five complete cycles like washing clothes.
It worked for him. Try it like it did for him to see if it helps. If not, you will need to contact a service technician to see if the SUD error code means something else.
Sometimes the timer boards get a bit of moisture on them and cause a corrosion headache. I have yet to see anyone figure out a way to dry them off, and when condensation builds up, it usually means there is a problem causing the condensation to get that far up. On some versions a foam seal gets worn out from time, often needs to be replaced to prevent moisture built up.
Another thing that sometimes does it is the back of the machine, will be too close to the wall or have debris back behind there causing it not to be able to breath.