I've cleaned out the intake several times... this use to be the issue with sand and fixed the problem. However, this time it will not fix the problem. Start a new load and it will not get through full cycle without coming up code F2 and stopping.
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Re: F2 code... stops part way through cycles.
If the drain time exceeds 8 minutes, the water valves are turned off and F02 is flashed.
Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.
NOTE: After 4 minutes the “Sud” error will be displayed, then 4 minutes later the F02 error code will be displayed.
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked • Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure the pump is running. • Check the drain pump filter for foreign objects • If the above does not correct the problem replace the pump
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when mine does this, I open the skimmer cover until I can hear air escaping. Let some air out and then turn the cover back on. Also I will turn the valve open on the intake hose and then put back on. Just keep doing things like that to get the water flow started. It eventually starts.
An F2 error code means usually that you have a flow issue in your hot tub or you have a part malfunction. The best thing to do with an F2 error code is to go through a trouble shooting diagnosis. Start by cutting the power and letting the unit cool down and then do a reset of the equipment. If that does not fix your issue then do a water flow check, clean your filters, release air locks, remove debris from your intakes and returns. If your problem still remains look to replace or repair fuses, heater elements, or your circuit board. I hope this helps. http://www.thecoverguy.com/backyard-blast/f2-error-code-trouble-shooting/
I assume basic dust and dirt has been cleaned from the internal parts.
Usually printer holds these rubber rolls that are used for the paper intake. With time these rolls become hard and will stop working. Either changing these items (if possible) or carefully sanding these might help to solve your issue. However sanding will only be a temporary solution and in the long run changing those intake rolls will be the only option.
P1193 = Detected engine speed below
470 RPM. There are several possible causes/components which can contribute to this drivability issue. ELECTRONIC THROTTLE SYSTEM (ETS). In most cases, an ETS related DTC will set in pairs of codes. The first code
denotes the related system or component. The second code is for the specific
fault detected. There was also probably P1191 - limp home
For this issue, on frequent occations I've found the throttle position sensor (TPS) (potentiometer) had bad spots in it and subsequently sending erratice signals to the ETS Control Module (additionally, the throttle body and plate had carbon buildup inteferring with the intake air flow. Also check for air leaks (intake air hoses, vacuum lines & tubes for cracks/leaking). Clean the throttle body & plate. Bench test the TPS. You also have an APS (Accelerator Position Sensor) located on the RH side engine compartment near the firwall next to the strut tower. These are the initial components to check/examine. Replace as needed.
F2 code is a drain issue. If you are not using he detergent you can cause slow draining and then you will get the code. Try using less detergent. Also, try disconnecting the power to the washer to reset controls.
Based upon your description, the drain pump has either failed or become clogged. To check the pump, remove the bottom access panel (three screws along the bottom panel). There you will find access to the pump clean-out.(Large,white screw cap) BE READY TO CATCH LOTS OF WATER. CAREFULLY AND S_L_O_W_L_Y unscrew the pump clean-out, catching and discarding the water. When the water flow finally stops, completely remove the clean-out filter. Inspect the clean-out filter, the drain hose from the tub as well as inside the pump impeller for any additional debris.
If you need further assistance, let me know Regards, reg501