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Long fill error code if you have flood safe water hoses replace with regular hoses, this may sound stupid but I have seen this in the field make sure water is turned on, other possible reasons bad inlet valve or no power to valve from control, front load washers are notorious for rubbing a hole in the tube that goes to the pressure switch this switch is what tells the control to output power to the inlet valve also make sure the drain hose hasn't fallen to the floor. Quickest way to eliminate some things start with an empty washer after door locks unlocks and locks again the basket will rotate a few times then water should enter the machine fill to a level in the the basket that is barely above the bottom holes in the bottom then stop this eliminates control and inlet valve , if unit continues to fill and you get water half way up the door glass probably a hole in pressure switch tube I very seldom see a pressure switch go bad hopes this helps.
The OL error code indicates that the washer is overloaded. If the washer is not overloaded, this would indicate either a drag on the drive system or the control board is failing. Be sure nothing is on the floor under the washer that could be causing a problem. Raise the lid & manually spin the basket, it should spin freely. If not, you may have an item stuck between the spin basket and the washer tub. The image below shows how to remove the spin basket. If you unplug the washer and follow that procedure, you may find the cause of your problem. I recommend scheduling for a technician to come out to diagnose and repair your washer.
yes the balance ring is supposed to be filled with glycol..... these washers cannot runn bulky loades or single articles of clothing.... if the load your running is not coating the drum evenly the all the weight is going to be on one side of the tub which is going to spin vigrously uneven,,,
also cabrio washer top lids are very slanted which means u cant level the washer by using the top of cabinet .... put level on each side use split of cabinet top to bottom of cabinet as your straight edge for placement of level ... theb level front to back and left to right and check other side ... if it checks out level....then take a clear cup fill 3/4 with water and place 2 feet infront of washer and start washer spin cycle if you see any ripples in water in cup while washer is spinning the reinforce floor joist under washer ...
You have to disconnect all wire connectors, inner basket, both pumps & Then unclasp the 4 shock rods then remove the whole inner assembly. Then turn the inner assembLy upside down & every which way until they all fall out. Like shaking quarters out of your piggy bank.
hi dear you have to unplug ur ridge and then open the freezer door remove the food try to defrost the ice by a hair dryer then remove the basket boil some water and pour it on the white metal back inside the freezer tell you feel the water goes inside ,your problem is drain blockage ,or stop the fridge for 24hours and it will work normally
after three years and multiple repairs i drilled holes in top and bottom float rings eg balance rings and drained out the water, than resealed the holes and washer is working like new still junk but atleast it will spin out without unbalance code
Sounds like the lint catch basket, located with the drain pump is clogged with lint, debris or even socks. (I found 4 pairs in one once) Its located at the bottom right side. Look for a twist cap lid. Before unscrewing it, I suggest you pull the unit away from the wall and tip it back at almost 45 degrees, this will keep most of the water from shooting out at you and your floor when the cap is removed. The basket is attached to the cap.
Sorry to tell you this but this machine probably has a hole in the tub (the plastic part). The basket (the part you refer to) is fine, but to replace the tub, it isn't economical. You will probably have to get another machine.
Have you checked the clamp on the drain hose? It may need tightening. All washers keep a small reserve of water in the bottom of the basket tank. If your drain hose hook is too high from the top of the washer, that much more water will be held below.