Whirlpool quite wash II does not drain water out. Probably because a woolen mat was put in for wash. Mat had caking rubberized type of backing. We have fished out all the pieces and particles out but it spins but water will not drain out.
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I asume your system works OK directly?
The remote possibly needs cleaning, their rubber buttons are part of a larger mat and tend to exude or create a clear substance which messes up its contacts and make them non function.
To clean them you need to open its case up this can be easy or hard, first remove batteries and any screws you see.
If easy then a finger nail can prise its case apart around the seam, try all around as one part may be easier to open than another.
If hard then its leverage with a thin bladed knife etc until you find how its case clips together.
A few may be glued together then its care with a blade!
Once apart the plastic top and bottom can be washed in washing up water rinsed and dried.
The circuit board with its black (mostly) contacts and rubber matt on both sides can be cleaned with meths spirit or pure alchohol with a soft cloth do not over stretch that rubber mat though.
When clean and dry put back together and it should work OK, if possible you may be able to lay its mat on the board then power up and test before you put fully back together.
Hope this helps...........
If your bath mat has a rubber backing, that would prevent the water from being centrifuged out of the mat. Even if you laid the mat in the drum with the wet side outwards, it would still only have a limited effect on removing the water.
Your smart washer equipped with fusion logic got confused at the different scenario that you just changed from automatic to manual mode. 1- Unplug the pwer cord. Open the door to get the the crazy floor mat out to dry under the sun or manually squeeze it before putting in the dryer to take are of the problem at the first place. 2- Pug in the power cord and start with a short run with an empty load to make sure the problem is not happen again then you are good in resetting it. Good luck.
You will have to take the hoses off between the tub and pump, and the pump and weall drain. They are packed with rubber. Oh, don't forget to clean the inside of the pump too. Run clean water through all hoses and the pump before reinstalling and you should be fine. Don't wash rubber backed rugs in washers unless you go to the laundry mat. This should be put in the maintenance guide of your washer book, but I've yet to see it.
The problem seems to lie in the rubber backed mat. If the rubber has begun to peel of the mat it often-times get stuck in the drain pump. The best thing to do at this point is to disconnect the electrical cord, open up the machine, drain out the water as best as possible disconnect the power cord to the drain and the hoses. Clean out the drain pump. reassemble. You should be good to go., Unless the drain pump is burned out (left running plugged up too long) if thats the case, replacement of the pump may be neccessary.... Hope this helps...Good luck!.... Bill
F2 is a drain erro. Take the 3 screws off the botom panel in the middle, bottom you will see a large white plastic looking pump. this unscrews counter clock wise. have something ready to catch the rushing water. The trap is probably full of the rubber backing or strands of the rug. After you unscrew it, there is a trap there that can be cleaned. You may have to repeat this a couple of thimes to get all of it out.