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Maytag Bravos top load gives LF code..not working ... any idea?

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Have same problem. Service tech said LF code is caused by low water pressure coming into machine. Tech verified water flow looked fine, getting new controller installed tomorrow.

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There are screens in the inlet of washing machine they get clogged take them out wash dirt off of them re-insert and you will be good to go! That's what fixed my LF code I think LF means low flow.

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