Question about Washing Machines
displays due to washer over-sudsing or due to washer not filling with
Causes for washer over-sudsing
Not using High Efficiency (HE) detergent.
Too much detergent was added.
Using too much 2X or 3X HE detergent
Solutions for over-sudsing
Always use HE detergent in an HE washer. It is formulated to be a low-sudsing detergent and made especially for HE washers.
Be sure to use the correct amount of detergent. HE washers require only a small amount of detergent.
: This amount may need to be adjusted for water hardness, load size, and soil level.
If using a 2X or 3X concentrated HE detergent, much less detergent is needed. If suds are seen, reduce the amount used.
If using a water softener, less detergent.
Solutions for Hot water not entering the machine are
Make sure both Hot to Cold water hoses are connected properly at the faucets and at the washer.
Fill hoses are usually color coded, blue for cold and red for hot.
Verify that the hot water inlet hose is connected to the hot water faucet.
Verify that the cold water inlet hose is connected to the cold water faucet.
Verify that the hot water inlet hose is connected to the back of the washer into the hot water inlet port.
The inlet port is usually labeled with (H) or (HOT).
Verify that the cold water inlet hose is connected to the back of the washer into the cold water inlet port. This inlet port is usually labeled with (C) or(COLD).
hope this was some help,all the best.
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