Whirlpool Washing Machine, Product- F65, model-7234 , SL. No.-INB 034704402, customer code/ Equipment No. 4400435 purchased on 21-04-2004. Water is overflowing now, Complains made three times in this year for other problems one after another new problems are comming. How can I solve the problem permanently, Can you help me?
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Top loader?usually its because your water valve is not closing because minerals have gotten into the water valve.but water would come into washer even when unpluged.another thing can be if when over flowing and u unplug it and it stops fillig/over flowing.your presure switch hose will have come off the water level switch or a mouse chewed a hole in it.its a clear tube thats running from your water level switch.i hope that helps god bless,tom
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STEAMER TIME OUT REACHED Error
happens if there is no communication between Central Control Unit (CCU) and steamer electronic board. The failure will reset after running the Diagnostic Test Program.
1. Check connections between the Steamer Electronic board and CCU.
Washing machine is showing error "PE" it's not a big problem you are washing machine is just fine.PE means error signal due to low voltage .Machine resumes functioning after the voltage comes back to normal.
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Sorry but Whirlpool 'F09' does state 'overflow'. It could be that the overflow sensor is being a bit keen i.e. malfunctioning, and needs a service call ;-0(
We have the same model. We plan to purchase a replacement washer, and tank size is a major factor.
Machine manuals are available at www.whirlpool.com. It's great Whirlpool has the docs available online, but there was no indication of tank volume for this model found in the manuals: Parts, User, Instructions.
I decided to figure it out by filling the washing machine tank manually counting the number gallons of water dumped in. I managed to dump in 23 gallons before risking overflow. I don't recommend this approach since the specified water level limit for the tank assembly may be lower than the perceived water level limit. This volume test was performed on a machine that's being disposed.
Google says 1 US gallon is equivalent to approximately 0.1337 cubic feet. Applying this ratio to the number of gallons poured in, the volume is 3.08 cubic feet. If 24 gallons, then 3.21 cubic feet.
I'm sure the tank is not 4.0 cubic feet since that would have required another 7 gallons of water, beyond the 23 already poured in, making a mess on the floor, and potentially wetting machine wiring and other hardware that should remain dry. Even if we account for the space occupied by the agitator, it's unlikely an additional 7 gallons of water could be added without significant overflow.
4.0 cubic feet is approximately 30 gallons.
We're going on the assumption our LXR9245EQ2 washer is a 3.2 CF machine.