My machine starts the cycle out fine then at about 29 minutes left of the cycle it will stop and give a the code FH and stops. I push the restart button and it will start for about a minute or two and then stop again.
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The first thing I would check is shut off the cold water valve at the wall and remove the hose at the washer.carefully pry out the little screen in the inlet and clean well,reconnect hose and turn water back on FH is a water inlet issue I am hoping that what is happening is that when the washer starts its wash cycle it is probably filling with warm (hot) and cold water at the same time even though it might be mostly hot,but when it comes time to rinse (cold water ) there is not enough to make the computer happy and you get your FH error.. Hope this Helps,,If not your probley looking at a new fill valve assy
The FH code on the Whirlpool Duet washers indicates that the unit is not detecting water fill at the flowmeter. The flowmeter is sits right in front of the water inlet valve and is attached via a hose and is off to the left of the central control unit (ccu). If the washer seems to be filling alright, check out the wiring from the flowmeter to the control unit. Make sure all connections are clean and tight. These connections have been known to jiggle loose and cause this code. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Read through the link thoroughly and follow the steps to diagnose what may the source of your problem. I would recommend making sure you don't have a siphoning issue, or a drain pump problem, first. These are usually the more common causes of this problem.
The manufacturer also recommends unplugging the washer for at least 30 minutes to reset the computer. This will often clear some of the more common problems. If you cannot get the error to reset, and are still having problems, please let me know.
Okay, ther manufacturer recommends unplugging the washer for at least 30 minutes to reset the computer. It could be you have a momentary glitch causing some problems. If you still have the same problem after leaving the washer unplugged, the following link explains the "FH" error code:
You are correct.. FH is an indication the the machine is not sensing enough water flowing into the machine.... The only thing you can do without taking the machine apart is to disconnect the water hoses to the back of your machine and inspect the filter screens for any type of debris that might be restricting water flow into the machine. Typically, the cold water line is more susceptible to foreign matter than the hot waterline. If screens appear OK then the problem may be with the water fill valve, water flow sensor, (flowmeter) water pressure switch or blockage in the water pressure switch hose.
However.. if everything is fine using just cold, verify hot water for proper pressure or possible kinks in the hose.