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If the drain time exceeds 8 minutes, the water valves are turned off and F02 is flashed.
Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.
NOTE: After 4 minutes the “Sud” error will be displayed, then 4 minutes later the F02 error code will be displayed.
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked • Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure the pump is running. • Check the drain pump filter for foreign objects(located, and mounted on the actual pump) • If the above does not correct the problem replace the pump
Most of these dishwashers have separate circulation and drain pumps and there is a good chance that there is an issue with the circulation pump impeller issue under the lower wash arm. The bottom panels under the door can be removed to check it out.
if whines when filling not pump but fill valve try adj faucet toward off slowly this may reduce noise also be sure all screens are clear ..replacement not necessary if you don't mind noise ..now if noise in pump out remove hoses to pump on bottom remove 2 clips holding pump on remove pump and clean
Sorry Paige, just got back from vacation. For a whining noise, I will give you the solution that you can perform yourself without specialized tools.
Often there is a whining noise associated with pump (it turns a different direction depending on the point in the cycle. Let's check for a restricted (would still let water drain) or frozen pump.
Pull the washer forward and then tilt the top back so the washer is leaning against the wall about a 45 degree angle (when you get the right angle the washer will balance against the wall by itself without you having to hold it. Now remove the 3 5/16 screws from the front of the bottom panel. On the right hand side, follow the 2 short black hoses. They connect to your pump.
On a old style pump, there are two clips you can snap off and the pump will drop down. New style pump, there are 4 #20 torx screws that have to come out. HOWEVER, there is always water inside these hoses. Make sure you have an area that water can easily be contained, a LOT of towels, or just disconnect it and take it outside. First try taking the black drain hose on the back and lowering it from the hole in the wall into a container at ground height. This can start a siphon that will get most of the water out. This works really well if you have a wet/dry shopvac to attach to the end of it. If this doesn't work, then you will have to disconnect the black hoses at the pump to let the water out. If the pump has no debris and can move freely, then it's time for a service person. These washers use specialized tools to work on some parts ofthem.
Is this unit new? I had a frigidaire that would really get to going on the spin cycle. Got the clothes really dry and sounded like a jet engine if no clothes were in it. Is it a whisling sound or screeching sound...The sound could be coming from the water pump. It may have something in it that is dragging. Some you can take the bottom off of and clean them out..
I would take body of washer find out where noise coeing from.. got 2 screws in each side of head, flip head up and take clamps off .. pull whole body off washer run thu cycle and see if ya can locate the noise.. sometimes water pumps get something in them that well make weird noises.. but are in all cycles.