Question about Washing Machines
The water started to fill but seemed like only a few cups before the water stopped filling and it sounded like a loud click as if a valve closed suddenly not allowing water to flow. Then the machine clicked and the "wash" light flashes for a minute or so before the E1 code come on. The first few times this happened I used the drain function to empty the drum but now that 2 minute cycle takes about 2-5 seconds to change numbers and the tune that the end of the cycle comes on and the "end" of cycle appears in the display. Have cleaned out the plastic water housings at the back of machine, cleaned out the pump and drains, replaced the pump. Tested the power going to the solenoid and there isn't any power in any mode going to there. Could it be one of those little green diodes in the clear sealed plastic tube beside where the power comes in at? This machine will know how to take itself apart and clean itself soon, I am very frustrated with this and not able to get answers on it! I do hope you can help please.
Kelly, try this. Let the machine auto clean. Then run a full cycle without a load at Normal setting. good luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
like the anchor idea?, no sorry, this does sound like the water is not getting to the machine, so, when you turn the machine on does it make a slight buzzing noise, if so the fault is no water in the pipes to the machine (from the house), if no buzzing check the solenoids with a multimeter for open circuit (removing the 2 wires first) oh and the plug obviously / replace solenoid if needed, i am sure this will cure your problem, if so rate me please, thank you
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
what I have found is that the washer thinks it is not pumping out .. if your drain pump is clearly removing the all the water in a good time... then the problem is your pressure switch...it is telling the computer that it still has water in the machine...
replace the pressure switch and it will solve your f21 error.
It is a round unit on the right hand side on top...with a tube and wires going to it...let me know if it helps
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
SOURCE: No spin at end of rinse
See the post for the WCVH6240F
catriver Solution #3
Worked for me - here it is
remove the bottom panel and right in front you will see the pump filter. Get a bucket and remove the filter cover, pull the strainer out and see if it's clogged with lint. If the pressure switch on these models detects too much water in the tub (which you wouldn't be able to see) it will not go into a high spin and do this slow tumble you are refering to. Check this first and see if it operates normally, Catriver...post back.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
you should check your pressure switch hose for a pin hole or better still just replace the hose and it should sort your problem out good luck hamstel
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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