Question about Washing Machines
I just replaced the pcb board because the unit was not draining or even starting (pump was ruled out as an issue). Now, it starts right up and sounds like it is trying to fill with water but nothing is going into the drum. It just worked 2 days ago when the technician diagnosed the bad pcb board. I am not getting an error codes, it just keeps running and trying to fill. The time on the display never changes either. Is there something that needs reset on the pcb board or something?
Push the buttons or turn the dial which ever you have that changes water temperatures. Select each temp and check for water entering the tub. Let me know what you find.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks to Guest #2 our laundry is back in action and we're not waiting for a serviceperson. We took the front panel off, unscrewed the white plug and was sure our plastic drawer was open to catch the water, a load's worth. We found a small screw driver, 8 or so pony holders, some change, drill bits, bark, games pieces, can tops, etc... unbelievable. Thanks SO MUCH for the hint!
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
Suggestions: First see that the exit hose behind your machine is inserted at a particular height, ie about 3 feet above ground level, then into the standpipe in your wall. If things dont work plug off the wall, open up behind, you will see a thin pipe coming down from the pressure switch to the drain area. Disconnect this pipe carefully from the top and blow into it, it should be free. If blocked clear, if broken or damaged change. Refit carefully.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2007
You,ve done a good job the first time the pump fail MikieM. You can do it again. We sometimes forget to empty our pocket. Some small metal things could have gotten into the pump...could be other hard foreign object. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
Sound like the inlet valve coil may be shorted. Remove console and check wires from water valve to control. If wires look ok, the inlet valve has a problem
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Unplug the machine. Unscrew the 3 screws under the front edge of the washer. The service technician manual is attached to the panel that slides down and off. Find F21 code. See suggested procedures. Note: My drain pump filter had a baby wash cloth in it along with some change that was disrupting the flow. It is exceptionally easy to remove, clean, and reinstall. Just line up installation notches when reinstalling. Whirlpool should have mentioned this filter in the User & Care Guide, but I could not find it anywhere in there.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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