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How to fix the error 92 in tw741Ex washing machine toshiba

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SOURCE: Our AW-1170S Toshiba washing machine ia showing error code E9-5 error message . How can I fix it.

Pam: This code relates to WATER PRESSURE , could be a (1) Krink hose, (2) plugged strainer where water enters the machine ( doing it's job) or (3) a sensor that malfunctioning (thinking you have NO water pressure. These sensor prevent the machine from operating dry, flooded etc, some times they OVER protects. So check the first 3 items above. you may have IN HOME service on it.

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