Question about Kenmore 44102 Front Load Washer
I came to your site yesterday and found out how to fix my front loadwasher. I had my friend come over to fix it and well, you all missed stink-o-rama 2007. I was amazed to see how much stuff was caught in this interceptor... and I saying that right? The interceptor reminds me of a huge thimble with holes. The diameter would be a little larger than a quarter and the length about 4 inches. There was over a $1.00's worth of change, grass, lint, gross crap caught to the point that we had to dig it out of this interceptor? with a flathead screwdriver and it smelled like rotten eggs to the point of us all almost vomiting! I am surprised that a machine capable of handling such large loads and promoting how tough it is would not warn the customer of this interceptor?(which is hard to get to and there are several screws that have to come off to get to it) filling up with crap. I mean, who hasn't washed grass out of clothing? Who has forgotten a loose coin? I am just so freaked out about how this looks to be a maintance problem, and if I didn't look it up, it would have cost us at least $200.00 for a repair person to come out and fix. Now, it is leaking, did I mention that already? Wow. Modern technology... So, could you now tell me why it smells like rotten eggs and now it is leaking... HELP... I am so frustrated...
It smells because it doesn't get to clear out properly because its blocked, simple, it doesn't always drain the smelly water (imaging washing plates in the sink using the same water all week) it leaks because you have either damaged something taking this unit to bits, or you have not built it back together properly oh and i am a retired appliance engineer, we know modern technology, what you have to ask yourself, was your own repair worth it, prevention is better than cure, if you removed items of junk from clothing before feeding them into modern technology, it wouldn't need cleaning out??
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I see your question is labeled under Frigidaire washer, ATF6000ES, and your washer is receiving an error code of "E20". "E20" stands for the water is not pumping out fast enough which means it could be an issue with your control panel or drain pump. I would recommend having a professional come out and properly repair your appliance. I hope this is helpful. -Matt
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