We just hooked up the washer after 2 years of being in a garage and it started fine for a minute now it keeps flashing f and h. We checked the water and that is going in fine and it drains just fine. What could be the problem???
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Re: f and h
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too. To open door, press "end of cycle", wait for 2 minutes or till you hear distinct click; do not force door.
Is your exit hose behind at 3 feet approx above ground level?
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E10 - not filling make sure the water is turned fully on and pipes are not frozen if in garage. when you have checked everything then turn off machine at control panel and then unplug it for 5 mins then plug back in turn on and start cycle it should start to fill. hope this helped.
SH: Open thermistor. Unplug appliance and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, unplug appliance and call for service.
bP: Pressure switch error sensed. Washer will not operate when this error is displayed. Check for pinches or kinks in the water inlet hoses and straighten if necessary. Check the water inlet hoses filter screens and clean if needed. Verify that the water supply is turned on. Unplug washer and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, call for service.
rP: Water supply problem in spin cycle. Check for pinches or kinks in the water inlet hoses and straighten if necessary. Check the water inlet hoses filter screens and clean if needed. Verify that the water supply is turned on. Unplug washer and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, call for service.
LO: Lock Out mode. To activate, press START and STOP/OFF pads at the same time. To deactivate, repeat the procedure.
AU: Flashes when a factory preset cycle is put on hold. A normal function.
Clean Filter: Flashes when a cycle is selected as a reminder to clean the filter before starting a cycle for optimum drying results. Code clears when the door is closed and the START pad is pressed.
This is similar to a problem I had after my power suddenly went out while the washer was filling with water. When the power resumed the washer would no longer run water... all other systems (agitate, drain, spin) worked fine.
A 10 minute, $113 dollar service call revealed that there was a fuse inside the front upper left area that had blown. Remove the 2 screws at the bottom of the front panel to get access to the inside.