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WATER PUMP ON DUET

WATER PUMP ON MY DUET IS DEAD- HAD A PENNY STUCK IN IT- REMOVED THE PENNY BUT STILL DEAD. ORDERED A NEW PUMP- ANY SPECIAL TRICKS ON GETTING THE HOSE CLAMPS OFF SO THERE WILL BE NO LEAKS- THANKS

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Was easy to remove clamps with a pair of Channel-lock pliers

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My whirlpool duet washer had a F02 code now it won't pump water


Repairing the F02 error code can usually be done without ordering parts. Tools needed to repair your whirlpool Duet F02 error code are towels and a quarter inch socket.
Tip the washer back at a 45 degree angle. On the bottom panel there are three or four screws, with the screws removed the panel will slide down and off. With the lower access panel now removed you will have access to the washers drain pump clean out.
With the water already bailed from the washer you can twist the filter head counter-clockwise to remove. Twisting the filter head counter-clockwise will loosen filter so it can be pulled out.
With the filter out clean and install it back into washer.
Run a quick cycle to ensure the washer is back up and running and the F02 error has disappeared. If the error comes back, it may require you to clean the drain pump filter again.
If you require a new drain pump motor, you can purchase the part from the link below.
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This advice is for Kenmore Elite and Whirlpool Duet model FRONT LOADERS displaying the “F02” error code.

“F02” is a Long Drain error. If the drain time exceeds 8 minutes this error code will be displayed. In addition, a “SUDS” error may also be generated as a secondary error. This is an indication of a drain pump problem and/or clog in the drain line. You will need to check the following:

  1. Check the drain hose to make sure it is not kinked or clogged.
  2. Check the electrical connections to the pump and ensure the pump is running.
  3. Remove the drain pump filter and check for foreign objects and/or debris.
To check the drain pump, click on the following link for step-by-step instructions.


http://www.fixya.com/support/r385844-checking_drain_pump_kenmore_elite_front

If the above procedures do not correct the problem, it is recommended by the manufacturer to replace the drain pump.

on Aug 08, 2009 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Standing water in front loader how to fix


More details about where, when, how (and how much), etc., might be useful.
I'd check easy things like the drain hose, to make sure it's not clogged. But the most likely thing is that the filter cup has gotten clogged or the drain pump is dead.

To check out: Get a wet/dry shop vac. Hook it up to the drain hose to suck the water out of the machine and save a lot of mess.
Remove the bottom front panel. The drain pump on my Duet is front center bottom... easy to get to. There's a plastic handle to unscrew if I recall correctly, which brings out a sort of plastic cup filter. You might find enough change to buy yourself a cup of coffee. Clean it out. If it wasn't really clogged up, the problem is either something stuck in a hose, or a failing/failed pump. Check the hoses first; if it's not them, I'd order a new pump.

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Fisher & Paykel GW612 gets to rinse stage and doesn't drain properly. The drain pump gets rid of some water then cuts out for a couple of mins, then starts again. It does this 3 times before...


I recently had a similar problem and here is how I fixed it: Locate the drain pump. Connected to the outlet of the pump is a black rubber tube approximately 6" to 10" long and 1/2" in diameter. This tube is connected to a valve. The clamps holding the tube in place can be removed by hand. Take the clamps off and remove the tube. I found a penny stuck in mine near the valve end. How a penny made it through the pump and most of the way through the tube, I don't know, but I removed it, and the washer works as good as new. You might as well put a few drops of oil on each of the pump bearings while you are working on it.

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I keep getting code F02


An F 02 is indicating a problem with your Drain pump. You could just have something stuck in the impellor, or it could be bad. Check the pump by removing the screws under the bottom panel in the front. The pump will be on the right hand side. Unscrew the pump cap and see what you find. If it doesnt work after that, then a new pump needs to be ordered. Good luck

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Won't spin out water, but will fill with water. What shall I do??


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Remove blockage in the pump. Re-assemble and test.

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Problem with F21 code on whirlpool duet sport


i had the same problem. take the bottom cover off of the front of the washer. on the right you will see a round white screw off cover, it is very tight, it unscrews counter clock-wise. pull this out and see if there is any debris in it. if you look into the hole on the right side there is a hole about 1 inch round, this is the pump opening. you may have to take the gray drain hose off of the back of the pump housing and feel if anything is stuck in there, in my case there was a penny stuck side ways blocking the flow of water. after i took it out the washer has been running great again. this is obviously a design flaw, that something that large could manage to get that far, lucky for me it didn't damage the pump impeller. hope this helps. this should take care of the SD and the F21 error codes.

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Whirlpool duet ht, motor running but nothing happening, says 48 mins to go, cancel does not work. Have unplugged but will not reset. Left over night unplugged, stiil not reset. Cannot open door to even get...


Our Duet washer (5 years old) would not pump the water out, and would not spin. It displayed no error codes. Tried reset, would cancel but still not work. I started disassembly (found the Whirlpool maintenance/ repair manual on line to refer to); everything seemed to check OK. Cleaned filter, fortunately the washer sits on a pedestal drawer as the washer had at least 3 gallons of water in it I had to drain into a bucket. As I went through the diagnostic test sequence found in the repair manual it was apparent that although the pump had power and made noise, no water pumped out. I removed the pump assembly and found the remains of a small plastic baggy fouling the pump impeller. It was left in a clothes pocket and run through the washer. No idea why the filter basket didn't stop it. Pulled baggy out with needle-nosed pliers and presented it to my wife (her baggy). Reassembled and all works great. No cost, actually made 1 cent on the penny found in the filter basket. You need a Torx screwdriver to access most of the panels. Reason for not spinning was the massive weight of wet towels and water sitting in basket.

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ok unplug unit...take connector,,of pump .put you volt meter to connector running from unit ,and see if we have 110 volts at the pump..if we do you have a bad pump...

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