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Hi, "F/H" indicates that either you have no water coming into the washer, or very little water.
If you have NO water coming into the wash tub after 30 seconds the error code is displayed.Check the following:
- Inlet water valve may be clogged. Clean inlet screens if necessary. - Make sure water taps are on. - Check inlet hoses for kinks or clogs.
If you HAVE water filling the wash tub, and after 8 minutes, 10.5 gallons of water has been detected by the flowmeter, but there has not been a detected a Pressure Switch trip, the inlet valves are turned off and the error code is displayed.Check the following: - Verify Drain Pump operation. - Verify Flowmeter operation. - Verify the Pressure Switch hoses are intact and connected properly.
To access the Drain Pump - UNPLUG the washer and take the lower panel under the door off by removing the three screws under the bottom edge. HINT: Propping the front feet of the washer up can make access much easier. I use a couple small blocks of wood. With the screws removed, the panel should drop down then come off. If it sticks, tap either side and it should come free.The pump is located directly under the wash tub in the front of the washer.Verify the electrical connections are good and that the pump is running. To access the Flowmeter and Pressure Switch ? remove the three screws in the top panel along the back of the washer.With the screws removed, the panel should slide back, then, lift off.The flowmeter will be located on the left-hand side of the washer (facing from the front) between the inlet valve and dispenser.It?s a small white plastic device with hoses attached.The pressure switch is located on the right-hand side of the washer in the rear.It is a round plastic device with electrical connections and a hose attached. There should be a tech sheet directly behind the panel or attached to one of the interior cabinet walls.Please refer to this sheet to learn how to perform diagnostics, how to locate the components mentioned, and the specific measurements required determining if the components are good or bad.
This is caused by either low water pressure or dirty inlet water valve screens. Turn off the water at the wall connection and remove the water hoses at the washer connection. (NOTE hot and cold installed positions) Use a thin knife blade on the outside of the inlet screens and lift them out of the water valve. Wash them under slow running water by rubbing your fingers on both sides of the screen. Once the screens are clean reinstall them in the inlet water valve. Re-connect the washer fill hoses. Just for grins... check the wall connection of the water hoses to make sure there are not HOSE screens at the wall end of the hoses.
(As a retailer of home laundry equipment we always installed fill hose water screens at the wall connections due to the local water supply having bouts of micro debris.)
You can clean the washer screens but if the installer also added at the wall connection hose screens you may still have the problem of a slow fill. Just check.
If after doing the above and you know you have good water pressure you may have a problem with the inlet water valve itself in that debris has got past the inlet screens and blocked the diaphragm passage. IF this has happened the only fix it to replace then inlet water valve.
The inlet valve is faulty and you have to replace it. It is located on the right side of the machine viewed from the rear where the fill hoses are attached to.Turn-off the water supply, unplug the machine and do the following:
Remove the three screws holding the top panel in place.
Disconnect the hoses and electrical connections to the water inlet valve.
Remove the mounting screws holding the water inlet valve.
Reinstall the replacement valve.
Reinstall the hoses and the electrical connections.
Replacement valve part number for Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P front load washer is 906483.
Hi, There is some lime build up inside the inlet. Remove the hose and push a wire or a small screw driver into the hole and reem it out. That should yake care of the water leaking.
Please let me know if this helps you.
If you are talking about replacing the water inlet valve, follow these steps:
1. UNPLUG washer and turn off water supply.
2. Disconnect water inlet hoses from the back of the washer.
3. Remove the washer top panel by removing the three screws in the back of the washer. With the screws removed, the panel will slide back, then lift off.
4. The inlet valve will be located in the left-rear of the washer (as viewed from the front). Remove the dispenser hose and electrical connections from the water inlet valve, followed by the mounting screw(s). The valve should easily come out of the washer. NOTE: Accessing the valve from the rear or left side of the washer access easier.
5. Install new valve in the reverse order of the steps I provided. Make sure you get the dispenser hose connected correctly so it does not leak AND make sure the electrical connections are not crossed (they should be marked HOT or COLD - if not, label them BEFORE removing.)
6. Connect water supply lines making sure they are not crossed. If you have the original manufacturer's hoses, they will be marked RED for hot and BLUE for COLD. It's also printed on the back of the washer.
Read through the instructions and let me know if you have any questions. I hope this answers your question.
Check the pressure switch and the pressure switch hose. Remove the end caps on the console and remove the 2 screws that hold it down. Pull slightly from the bottom of the console and flip it up. On the left side you should see the pressure switch (water level switch) with a few wires and a small hose connected to it. The hose should be connected between the pressure switch and the tub.
In most cases the pressure switch hose sometimes falls off over time due to vibration. Replace the hose if it is damaged. If there
are no visible holes or cracks in the hose, try trimming 1/4" off each
end of the hose (pressure switch side and tub side) and reconnect them making sure
to push hose ends securely onto connections. This is done because the hose sometimes stretches at the connection points and you will lose air pressure inside the switch, therefore the water will never shut off. Alternatively you can use small clamps on each end. If this doesn't work, check the function of the pressure switch by attaching a small hose to it and blowing lightly into the pressure switch while the machine is filling. You should hear a click and the inlet water valve should turn off. If it doesn't turn off you may need to replace the pressure switch or if the machine fills even when it's in the off position replace the inlet water valve. Good luck!
Code F1 indicates that Flood switch has been
activated which explain why you feel that it is overfilling.
Water leaking Drain hose disconnected
from waste pipe.
Reconnect the drain hose to the waste pipe.
Supply inlet hose not
Ensure the inlet hose is connected securely.
Other leaks. Turn water and power supplies to the