Question about Whirlpool AWM8143 Front Load Washer
Please help i have a whirlpool awm 8143 which is not completeing a wash cycle the message on the display is FH - this means that there is not enough water in the machine .I have cleaned out all the filters and checked all the pipes and they are not blocked,could this be a problem with a circuit board?any one got any ideas what is causing this problem ,Thanks
I have a similar problem turns out my cold hose is blocked, any way of unblocking it? is it the yellow filter in the main head?
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
Two questions: Is there water in the tub? Or...is the tub empty? If there is water in the tub you need to check the following: 1. Verify that you do not have a siphon problem. This is caused by placing the drain hose too far into the drain standpipe and/or sealing the top of the standpipe. This will cause water to constantly empty as the tub tries to fill. You need to have an air gap for proper drainage. 2. Check your pressure switch and pressure switch hose. 3. Make sure the drain pump is operating correctly. 4. Check operation of flow meter. This is what actually detects the water flow coming into the machine and causes the error to flash if the proper conditions on are not set. It will detect the AMOUNT of water entering the tub and it detect the pressure switch trip that shuts off the supply when the tub is filled. If there is no water in the tub you need to check the following: 1. Check your fill valve screens. Turn off the water and remove the hoses from the back of the washer. The fill valve screens are inside the hose connections on the back of the washer. It only takes a small amount of debris to restrict water. You can clean them out using cotton swabs. 2. Make sure your fill hoses are not kinked or clogged. Check the easy possibilities, first. I suspect you may have either a siphoning problem, or clogged fill valve screens. If you check everything and still have problems, I would replace your fill valve before suspecting a defective pressure switch or flow meter. Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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