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If "F4" through "F16" appears on the display, there is an electrical problem with the washer. Press the "Pause/Cancel" button twice to stop the washer and press the "Drain/Spin" button to drain any excess water in the machine. Select the cycle again and press and hold "Hold to Start" to restart the washer. This should clear the error and return the washer to normal operation.
If any of the error codes persist, the problem with the washer may be serious. Contact a qualified service technician to repair the washer.
Maybe check and make sure that the door switch is working properly I know most washers will stop spinning if you open the door during the cycle, so that goes to say that if the switch is bad it will not start to spin as it thinks the door is open.
it needs a servicing as the parts are getting blocked and not able to move frequently.
also check for the motor.
also try to clean it externally and see it should work.
and if not then calling a tech is advisable.
The F4 error code on your washer indicates a problem in the electrical circuits of the washer... and not end-user repairable. This problem requires a technician to test the wiring circuits to diagnose the problem.
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