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you probably used too much detergent or the wrong type. These new front loaders take no-suds detergent, a shot glass half full worth. The suds get in the water level tube and the level sensor and everywhere else, and cause mayhem. Run some loads with no detergent at all to try to clean the suds out. If the thing works like it should sometimes, it's a cheap fix. The brain power to find a problem and fix it for good, not so cheap. Water Level Switch
Don't know if this is your problem but sometimes ours will appear to drain, but there is still a lot of suds that remains and trips the nd (no drain) indicator/lockout. We had to pour water in from a bucket to beat down the suds, then repeat several times to get all the suds out. First time I took off the back of the washer, disconnected the pump, then let the suds out. To much work.
Hello there and welcome to fixya From what you're describing it sounds like the drain pump is blocked.
The nd error code indicates "no drain". If the unit can't drain it won't
spin. You're going to have to slide the washer out far enough to remove
the rear panel; be careful not to damage the floor. Once you get the
rear panel off you will see the pump. Be sure to have plenty of towels
& a small container to catch water. I am sending you instructions
from the service manual to remove and replace the pump. Another
possibility is the drain line is blocked or something is stuck in the
tub to pump hose.
The F2 error codes means LONG DRAIN TIME and the suds code the washer detected water in tub after normal alloted drain time...so basically the F2&SUDS means the same thing. A lot of times when it does not drain fast enough,its caused by a blocked filter on the pump being biult up with debris. This tip i wrote will show ya how to clean the pump filter. http://www1.fixya.com/support/r10121384-check_when_duet_washer_door_locked_after
Hello, The ND error code means NO DRAIN, why it comes up is because the computer thinks that within the normal times it takes to drain the water from the tub it hasnt drained in that time. Things that will cause it to not drain in the normal time is oversudsing becuase too much detergent was added. Or something such as lint in the drain pump filter screen restricting the water flow into the pump
control board monitors water level in washer during and at the end of
pump out. If wash level does not reset pressure switch, it will see
water left in the washer.1.Check
for pump/drain restriction.2.Check pump operation. 3.Check pressure switch for open
contacts. 4.Check inputs and outputs at
machine control board. 5.Replace responsible component.
ND= No Drain
you may haved a clog in the pump
or you might just be going inot suds lock on too much soap
my suggestion is to let it sit for twenty minuts
put it in spin, drains normal cut way back on your soap
remove the back panel
remove the hoses and
"nd" refers to a No Drain issue .check for restriction in pump, restricted drain hose loose wire at pump, bad pump. The pump had a suds lock. Unplug the machine for a minute. Plug it back
in and run a cycle on hot to get rid of the excess soap.