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Hi, check to see if there's good water volume coming through the hoses attached to the washing machine. If there is, check to see if the screens inside the water-inlet valve are clean. (The water-inlet valve is the device on the washing machine that the fill hoses are attached to.) If they're clean, you probably have a defective water-inlet valve. If so, you should completely replace the valve.
This is a common problem with hot water lines to washing machines. The hose connecting the washing machine to the hot water supply has a small screen in the inlet of the hose. These are used to keep grit, etc from getting into the washing machine and causing bigger problems. Here's what to do: Pull the washing machine away from the wall a little so you can access the shut-off's. Turn off the hot and the cold water valves. Take the hot water hose off the valve and check the screen in the rubber washer of the inlet hose. Replacement screen/washers are available at local hardware stores for a couple bucks. You can clean the old ones, just be careful not to damage the rubber washer because that's what keeps your hose from leaking when you reinstall it on your faucet. While you're at it, clean the cold water screen as well. REcheck your fill on a hot cycle... you've most likely solved your issue!
The washer filling so slowly can get very irritating and frustrating..most of the time the fix is very simple. The hoses have a screen in them to catch any dirt that may come in the water and this screen plugs up.
Simply unhook the hoses at the washer and clean the screens.
This tip will explain this in more detail for you..
You have some scale or something keeping the water fill valve open most likely. If it still tries to fill unplug the machine if it still tries to fill do the following. Remove the fill valve and disassemble it. If you see the dirt or rust flush it out when it looks clean reassemble it and before you attach the hoses put them in the washer and turn them on to flush out the lines then reattach hoses and try it.
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Could be an air lock in the water pipes,turn off the water to the washer, disconnect the hoses, and hold them over the sink or into a bucket, then turn the water taps back on to the washer.
The water should come through at full pressure.,
If it does not , then the problem is with your supply and not the washer.
Hope this helps.
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what I have found is that the washer thinks it is not pumping out .. if your drain pump is clearly removing the all the water in a good time... then the problem is your pressure switch...it is telling the computer that it still has water in the machine...
replace the pressure switch and it will solve your f21 error.
It is a round unit on the right hand side on top...with a tube and wires going to it...let me know if it helps