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Washing machine did not complete rinse/spin cycle.

Machine is not completing the rinse/spin cycle. An error code of E20 displays. I checked the manual to see what the code meant, followed the solution answer but still no luck. Re-routed the hose that drains to see if it was clogged and it was not. Machine will not work on any cycle

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    I have a fridgidaire gallery. I have water in it after cycle is finished and it seems that it won't get to full speed on final spin. Any ideas?

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We had the same problem, the pump was clogged. First UNPLUG THE WASHER! Tilt the washer back slightly and there are two screws that hold the bottom front panel on. Remove them and pull down on the panel to remove it. To the right you will see the pump. Mine has a large black collector boot coming from the tub. There are three clamps connecting the lines to the boot and on large ring clamp connecting it to the tub assembly. Remove as much of the standing water from the tub as you can. We were able to get ours to drain after a couple of cycles. We also raised ours up on blocks to put a basin under it. It helps to have a shop vac ready incase you have a lot of water. Once you remove the clamps take the black boot out. There is a plastic strainer in the boot. I found a sock, wires and $1.26 in change in mine. Look under and check the pump impeller. Check the drain line to your house sewer standpipe (I sucked it out with the shop vac). I replaced two of the compression clamps with regular radiator clamps, to make the next time easier. Clean and dry the underside, before using. Run a load to check for leaks before replacing the front panel.

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