Remove the bottom panel. The tech sheet is located beside the white box to the left.
It gives diagnostic directions and failure codes. Suggest you clean the dispenser area up
and use the correct amount of HE detergent.
Seems to me like that is a suds detect:All front load washers require "HE" detergent (a low suds type detergent).
There are three commonly sold concentrations of HE type detergent.
HE : (2) Tablespoons Per Wash Load
HE 2X (double concentrated) : (1) Tablespoon
HE 3X (triple concentrated) : (1) Teaspoon
Most consumers follow the directions on the bottle or box of detergent--which is normally the correct thing to do. However, the amount recommended in nearly all brands of HE detergent are excessive & incorrect.
Additionally---using the correct amount of HE detergent will end issues with:
1) Musty Odors
2) 'LE" Errors (that can cleared by unplugging the washer)
3) L-O-N-G cycle times (longer than time displayed).
A 51 minute cycle can take 120 minutes to end.
4) Insuffificent Cleaning Results
5) Small water leaks behind the washer at the air vent.
(Suds oozes out during the spin cycle)