Kenmore Elite 42822 Front loading washing machine. Repair man was here today and told me it was because my outlet was not properly grounded. The electrician came and grounded my plug, but the error message still comes up and I can't finish a load of wash. Has anyone experienced this problem?
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Re: I have an error message HF
I suspect that you are getting the FH fault code that indicates a long fill on many of the Kenmore washer models. Here are some tips that might help:
If you are using a Flood Save device as shown in the image below for your fill hoses, this could be causing your problem. This type of device will not work on washers.
Make sure that the hot and cold faucets behind the washer are both turned fully on.
Turn the water supply faucet off. Disconnect the hoses from the back panel of the washer. Check the inlet water supply screens on the back of the washer. Clean any deposits and debris. Thoroughly flush this area with water to keep any debris from making it past the screens and into the inlet water valves. Debris can corrupt these valves and could cause them to leak.
Put the ends of the fill hoses into a bucket and briefly turn on the water supply faucets to check the water pressure and volume flowing through the fill hoses. If the pressure or volume is low, check the hoses for clogs. If the hoses are okay, then you will need a plumber to fix the water supply to the washer.
A failed water level pressure switch or flow meter could cause this problem on some models of Kenmore washers.
Check the installation of your drain hose. Make sure that it complies with installation guidelines. An improperly installed drain system can result in the siphoning of fill water through the drain during the filling of the tub.
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I would suspect that if the error only occurs when it is very cold outside, that you may have some restrictions in the water lines coming to the tap to your washer. You may also turn the water off and remove the fill hoses to check for obstructions in the sediment screens.
Read through the link provided and let me know if you still require assistance. I hope this helps you.
Hard Reset - In some cases the control can be non-functioning or may not accept activation from the control panel. To clear and restart the control follow the these steps:
* Unplug or turn the circuit breaker off for 30 seconds. * Reconnect the unit to the power source by turning the breaker back on or plugging the unit back into the wall outlet. * Press the Pause/Cancel/Stop button twice to clear the "PF" in the display. * Start a short cycle to check the operation of the machine by selecting a cycle and pressing and holding the start button until the machine starts.
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probably fh ..be sure drain hose is at least 30 insches from floor and fits loosely in standpipe to prevent siphoning also ckd all fill hoses for obstructions in inlet valve ends most likely problem is flowmeter remove top round object left side with 2 small hoses try tapping it this may at least let you know for sure it is problem even it doesn't flowmeter is most likely the problem
This code means its not getting a sufficient water supply. I was doing a cold wash and noticed it was sucking down some hot water, so shut off the hot. MISTAKE, after a little bit the HF code came up. Apprently it likes to decide for itself just how cold is cold. Darned Computers.
To make a short story long, when I shut off the hot, it apparently shredded the washer and sent the remnants down to the little filter thingy at the washer itself, whereupon they reassembled themselves into a clog, once again giving me the HF code.
(Check your user manual Troubleshooting section. I think it says to press Pause/Cancel twice)