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Water temperature exceeded high limit
Switch the two house circuit breakers dedicated for the water heater to OFF and then press the reset button located behind the control panel on the water heater. Flip the house circuit breakers to the ON position. If error returns, call a service technician for assistance.
Have you cleaned the sensor bar? Did you remove the grates and clean out the lint traps, not the filter the actual traps? Does it have any codes stored? Most modern dryers can give error codes (even ones without a display)
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An F08 E02 error is a dispenser motor error on many Whirlpool washers. This could be due to dried detergent clogging the dispenser. Take the dispenser out and clean it following the directions in your manual. (Add a comment with the model number if you need a link to the manual. Most Whirlpool manuals are available on their support page: http://www.whirlpool.com/manuals/ .)
If that doesn't fix the problem or is only a temporary fix, the dispenser motor/switch may be faulty or the linkage between the motor and the dispenser may be blocked from moving freely. Alternatively the wiring may have a problem with a conductor in the wiring harness. Inside the top panel of the washer is usually a guide for checking the error. (The back panel has to be removed to get to the top panel and this information.)
I also need to replace the door seal on my Whirlpool AWZ 410 washer. Does anybody have detailed instructions of how to do this for this particular machine model (not generic instructions) & know if it is necessary to remove the front panel on this machine in order to remove the existing seal please?