Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
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Are you having a FILL problem, or a DRAIN problem?
If you are having problems with the washer FILLING, there are sediment screens in the water inlet valve. They are located in the connections on the back of the washer where the fill hoses attach. Some hoses also have screens in the ends that need to be checked periodically too. If you live in an area that has hard water, or if you use well water, it is common for these screens to become clogged with debris from time to time. Cleaning with distilled vinegar and cotton swabs can help dissolve rust, sediment and remove any debris. Simply turn off the water supply and remove the hoses form the back of the washer to check.
If you are having problems with the washer DRAINING, there is a clean out trap on the drain pump. You will need to remove the lower panel under to door to access. The drain pump is located directly under the wash tub in the front of the washer. Before you remove the cap on the pump reservoir you will need to place some towels down to catch residual water that will drain from the drain lines (this is normal). If you own a wet/dry shop vac, you can minimize this mess by taking the drain hose form the standpipe at the wall and pulling a vacuum on the line to drain all the water. There's about a gallon of water that remains in the lower tub and drain lines. A shop vac can help prevent you from having to mop up a mess of water. Unscrew the drain cap and pull the trap out and clean. With the trap removed, look inside the pump and make sure you also check the pump impeller. It is common from small items to get lodged in the impeller and restrict water flow.
If this is not what you are talking about, please post back and elaborate a little more so I can understand your problem. If you have any further questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Tip the washer back at a 45 degree angle. On the bottom panel there are three or four screws, with the screws removed the panel will slide down and off. With the lower access panel now removed you will have access to the washers drain pump clean out.
With the water already bailed from the washer you can twist the filter head counter-clockwise to remove. Twisting the filter head counter-clockwise will loosen filter so it can be pulled out. With the filter out, clean and install back into washer.
Run a quick cycle to ensure the washer is back up and running and the F02 error has disappeared. If the error comes back it may require you to clean the drain pump filter again.
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