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I have a LTF7000ES0 frigidaire washer, getting error code E20. I have taken off the hoses from the water pump and cleaned them, there is a tube coming from the tub of the washer, in it is a device that looks like a screwdriver handle with holes, in the holes is a material that looks like some sort of filtering device, do I need to clean this to get rid of the error message?

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E20 Water not pumping out fast enough. To get the front panel off,
as follows-----
Take out soap tray.
2 screws on back of top- and slide back.
5 screws & 3 clips on console, and fold out of way.
pull spring clip off boot and release boot.
8 screws ro loosen front panel
2 screws on door latch- and a clip to release wires.
---------- for detailed instruction click this link and check out other solution who solved this problem by themselves http://www.fixya.com/support/t178452-frigidaire_front_load_washer_ltf600es1 thanks.

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