Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
We are getting an error code flashing F then H
Jse, most of the time when I run into this problem it's because of the flow meter. This is a reed device that sits in line with the water inlet valve and monitors the water coming into the machine. Things to check; make sure both water valves are on and that the inlet valve screens are clean. (You get to them by removing the hoses to the washer). The drain pump filter is clean. (Remove the bottom panel and unscrew the pump filter and clean out). The inlet valves are actually working. That the drain hose is not too far down the standpipe causing a siphon. All the harness connecting to the inlet valves, pressure switch, drain pump, flow meter and main control are seated properly. You will have to remove the top to get a look at these. Three screws on the top backside and it slides of toward the back. If all these things check out. Then I would suspect the flow meter itself. Easy job. Catriver..
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
When adding a water softner to an older home the calcium flakes off the hot water side. It wrecks havoc with your filter screens. Every hot water outlet needs regular cleaning until the pipes clear.
This fix confirms that. Looked like a solid block of calcium when hose was removed.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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