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Jan 8, 2015 - Larsi I know you have one so did you do a review on it that Im missing?... to run a load on Normal/Casual, Acela Wash enabled by default and Steam. ... the temp of the wash by pushing the water temp button while washing?
We have the same problem. The Normal cycle still works, but after the final spin cycle, water is again added (1 gal est.) and the machine stops. Problem occurred after washing an old 25 x 30 inch rug which partially disentegrated when washed. We were seeing particles of the rug in subsequent wash cycles during drain into laundry tub. Don't know if something is plugged in the washer or if it is something else. In another load after the rug wash, the top of the washer was lifted during the wash cycle. The water problem occurred immediately after lifting the lid as the wash load went through remaining cycles. Maybe this affected the timer? Maytag customer service suggested unplugging power cord to re-set timer. This didn't make any difference. We need a technician to tell us if this is a timer problem or something else?
I have the same problem with my machine. Whatever program I select, the machine runs fine until it reaches 54 mins of the cycle remaining. To overcome the problem just to select a cycle that will not stop mid cycle, select a program which is less than 54 mins. I think the 40 degrees and quick wash select is the one to run with. The cycle is 45 mins, obviously less that 54 mins. The LED timer will display the cycle time. No problems with this cycle whatsoever. Not the total solution, but at least you're able to complete a cycle. After it's completed, I also run the spin program at 1200rpm. I hope this helps.
After about year and half Whirlpool duet sport gave F01 error code. The
technician manual is located under the lower front panel. There are
three possible reasons for F0:
1) EEPROM ERROOR. Unplug a washer for two minutes. Try running it again.
(Did not work for me).
2) MAIN RELAYS ERROR. The tech manual suggests replacing CCU. The
following is what I did and it fixed the problem, however. Unplug the
washer. Remove the top cover by removing the three screws on the back.
The CCU unit is in the right bottom corner if standing in front of the
washer – it has a lot of wiring. Plug in the unit. While
listening to the CCU start any washing cycle. After pressing START you
should hear the relay to click. If it clicks twice, within a less than a
second, it has a problem. Unplug the washer. Without disconnecting any
wires remove the CCU cage from the washer wall. Stand now on the right
hand side of the washer in such way that the CCU cage is under your left
hand. Pull the right upper corner of the CCU plastic cage (it has a
tab) away from you, slide the cage to the right by about an inch, and
pull the entire cage away from you. Now knock on the back side of the
cage 4-5 times with a bit of force.
Install the CCU cage back. Plug in the unit. Try some washing cycle
again. If it did not help, repeat the procedure. If it did not work
again, see the following.
3) PUMP DRIVE ERROR. The tech manual suggests replacing CCU.
You can attempt to unplug the washer for AT LEAST 30 minutes in an attempt to reset the Central Control Unit (CCU). This is the main computer for the washer. Sometimes resetting it is all that is required to correct momentary program glitches. If the problem reoccurs following a CCU reset, then you have a legitimate problem. Let me know if you still experience problems. I hope this helps you.