Ok here it is…I have a Kenmore Elite110.2206, purchased in 2002 ish.Two years ago I replaced the pump.(under-wire problem)It has worked fine to this point.It has started flashing ob and ld.We took it apart and found a penny and a dime in the hose and took apart the pump cover and removed some debris.Put it all back together and now it is flashing again and it is now leaking out the bottom.It is also not draining the water out all the way from the rinse cycle.Was I suppose to “reset it” or something?I really do not have the money to call the repairman out, nor do I want to have to buy a new machine.
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Re: Kenmore Elite flashing codes.
Ob means out of balance and ld means lid not closed. so i would guess that you have a washer that is not draining or just needs the clothes moved around. if you have a plugged pump it will do the same thing. make sure the pump will drain properly and then try it again. if it still goes out then try it with no clothes. that way you know its not hte clothes causing the problem. recheck the pump and hoses. be sure it will drain the full tub or it wont work right.
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Raise up your washer slightly or feel for 3 screws right under the front, bottom. Unscrew these and pull down - you will find the lint trap. Be prepared for water, and since the model is 2002 - immense junk too! Pl say so if helped!!
I endevor to purchase a new unit. I've had the same electrical issue with the "F" variable coming up for EACH cycle. I've pressed the Pause/Cancel button and attempted to resume the cycle. While that did work, again, the "F" would come up and the cycle disrupted. I think I will end up paying quite a bit to have it serviced. My washer is 7 years old and I've had it serviced twice to date. I intend on purchasing new in the New Year, a Samsung or LG.
This is a Long Drain Issue. Likely that something is stuck in the pump trap. Take off the mottom tree screws under the drum panel. This will remove the drum panel on the front. From under neither you can see the drain pipe trap. Unscrew the trap cap in the from. Clean out all debris and re-install. this should do it.
The F33 error code indicates a pump drive system error. If the pump ohms out correctly & the harness is secure I recommend replacing the CCU (central control unit). Please see the following image provided for instructions.
Click on 'washing machines', then brand name (below FIXYA) on this website, type in your model number & search. You will get a shortlist; click on your model,below the page u will get Manual/Guides. Click on the blue, you have your manual on line. Possible your filter is clogged after these years. And dont forget to rate me on this great site.
My husband and I had this same problem, but after visiting this website and reading through some of th posted solutions, we were able to fix our problem. Our 3-year-old Kenmore Elite H3 would not start on any cycle. It kept flashing the error code "dL/F", which we found out means "door lock failure." Taking advice, we unplugged our machine, removed the top panel, and rechecked the wiring. It worked! We think the wiring may have become loosened over time due to the jiggling vibration of our machine. Hope this helps you!