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Flasing F20 in estimated time have to open washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Ok, I found 2 solutions for this problem, I tried the first one, and it really seemed to work, but I think I will do the second one too. First, if you have metal flood safe hoses, you need to look for debris blocking the filter at both ends. I kept checking the screens at the washer end and not seeing anything, but there was debris located at the water supply end, stuck in the flood safe device that is in the metal hose. Also, Flood safe hoses say to turn the water on to full pressure, but sometimes that can activate the flood safe device, so only turn your water supply on half way. Make sure that the hoses are on right as well, the flood safe device needs to be at the end with the water supply, not the washer end. You will be able to see the device (it looks like a little sieve) inside the hose.
Another cause of this problem can be the filter IN your washer, it is located in the front just under the front bottom removable panel. If you have a pet in the house, definitely check this out, a lot of hair gets stuck in that. Just unscrew the front bottom panel, and then it is right in the middle at the bottom, a cone shaped filter. Get a towel, because there will be water in there, too. Check out this link with pictures: http://enginerdandwife.com/2007/03/kenmore-elite-h3-washer-error-code-hf.html
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
“F20” on display
(Water Inlet Problem—no water or insufficient
water supply) Select PAUSE/CANCEL twice to cancel the cycle
Unplug washer or disconnect power. Check the following: Are water faucets completely turned on?
Are screens at inlet hose connection to washer
clogged? Are water inlet hoses kinked? Are water inlet hoses frozen?
Do rate the solution.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
After a time the small hose that comes from the pump area to the pressure switch located at the top of the machine can clog.
Unplug the machine. Remove the top or the back of the washer. Locate the pressure switch near the top of the washer. It is about 4 in round and has wires and a 1/4 inch black tube attached to it. Pull the tube from the switch and blow through the tube until clear. Reassemble, plug in and test.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
Its a water inlet problem (no water or insufficient water supply) check your washer inlets, maybe the water valves are off or you don't have enough water pressure.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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