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Re: won't finish cycle, water still in tub, code nd
Check the following to address this issue.
1. Clogged drain line or water pump Check to see if there's something stuck inside the pump or the drain hose connected to the pump (pump is usually located at the bottom and towards the back of the washing machine).
2. Water Pump If the drain line isn't clogged, you may have a problem with the water pump such as a frozen pulley or a broken impeller. If that's the case replace the water pump. Note: if you have a belt driven washer, check the belt(s) for cracks, as this would be a perfect time to replace the belt(s) if needed.
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Hello, The ND error code means NO DRAIN, why it comes up is because the computer thinks that within the normal times it takes to drain the water from the tub it hasnt drained in that time. Things that will cause it to not drain in the normal time is oversudsing becuase too much detergent was added. Or something such as lint in the drain pump filter screen restricting the water flow into the pump
ND stands for No Drain. This can be cause by 2 things, first being the rotor on the drain pump is broken or falling off. Second, there could be a piece of clothing partially clogging the pump so it works sometimes but not always.
this is a no drain error or slow drain issue you need to check for anything that would or is restricting the water from draining out of the tub.
if the water will not srin then you can use a wet dry shop vac and attach it to the end of the drain hose to remove the water.
then check all your hose to and from the drain pump
I'd love to say yes! The machine is stopping because it will not drain. This is what the nd code means. Therefore, it will not rinse (add more water) or spin because the water level is already too high and to try to "spin it out" would put too much pressure on the machine with that much water in it. Drain out the water by putting the drain hose below the level of the washer (this takes forever) and call your repair man back!
Your in the FAV6800AW forum so I’ll assume your machine type is a FAV6800AW or FAV9800AW.I’m an owner of the FAV6800AW with some hands on experience with the machine. The ND error code equals No Drain.The microprocessor on the Control Board keeps track of the time needed to receive a Low/Mid Level fill indication from the pressure switch at the start of a tub drain cycle.If that time elapses and the pressure switch is signaling that the tub has watering remaining then you trigger the ND error code.Is the tub empty or is there standing water in the tub with the ND error code? If the wash tub is empty and you fail out of the wash cycle with the ND error code then I feel you have pressure switch failure, the pressure switch is signaling the Control Board incorrectly.We need to go into Service Mode “Board Input Test “ and check if the pressure switch is signaling a -1 with an empty tub (no water).If rhe pressure is signaling a -1 with an empty tub then the pressure switch is false signaling “Stuck Pressure Switch” you will error out in the wash cycle with the ND error code and the Pressure Switch will have to be replaced. If the wash tub has standing water in the tub with a ND error code to the console we need to check for a failed drain motor, a drain pump impeller jam/clog.We would go into Service Mode turn the drain pump and listen.Do we hear the drain pump turn on?If so will it pump out 5 gallons of water in about 25 seconds or less as my working FAV6800AW will do?Further troubleshooting will require a DVM to verify that 120VAC is applied to the drain pump,If we have 120VAC at the drain pump motor connections and we don’t hear it turn on we would need to remove the drain pump and check for failed motor or jammed impeller.If the drain pump turns on but we have slow drain out of the drain pump we could would need to remove the drain line from the Sump Cap to the inlet of the drain pump and check for restrictions and possible impeller damage to the drain pump. The question is do you just want know what the ND error code is? Do you want to DIY the repair? If not then it would be time to call in a repair service. Here is the FAV6800A/ FAV9800A Service Manual link. If your machine type is not a FAV6800AW or FAV9800AW then please disregard my post. Rich aka dh1200s
be sure the drain hose is not lower than the wash tub this will caust the water to run out, 2nd be sure the drain hose is not pushed to far into the house stand pipe and the there is rome for air to go inbetween the drain hose and stand pipe eather of these will cause the machine to siphon mostly on rince cycle or on the 2nd and third loads you do. last your house drain could be starting to back up fill the washer with water and listen to it drain if you hear a gurggling sound in the house pipe you may need a plumber to cleanthis out for you.