Question about Whirlpool LTE6234D Top Load Stacked Washer/Dryer
Does anyone knows what does the SE error mean?
washing doesn't work and water does not drain out from it at all...
I've lost the user manual and not sure what could be the problem?
any one can help
You need to drain the washing machine by removing the little door below the drum door and pll out the the hose with a white knob (beware alot of water comes out so have a couple of pans ready. the fault means that there may be a blockage in the debris filter (next to the outlet hose yuo just pulled out) am sure you have prob already discovered the fix by now though!
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Tilt machine back and wedge it.. this limits the drain out material.. open the cover below the drum.. the drain out nozzle will probably be blocked so forget it!.. remove the hinged cover and place a pan underneath.. slowly unscrew the black filter cap. it might be jammed with a coin .. give it a jiggle!! it will come.. you might need a knife at the end to gently prize it out. clean out the crud.. check the impellar is turning.. you might wish to use a bit of limescale remover to clean it out and then reassemble ... hey presto.
Posted on May 25, 2014
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