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After removing the lower front cover----the pump is right in front. follow the hoses from the bottom of the tub to the pump. have a rag ready to catch the water. unscrew it with your hand and pull it twards you

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My Whirlpool duet displays F32 code. What dose this mean?


F32 code is usually an indication that your washer is taking too long to drain. Remove the bottom panel and turn the sump trap counter clockwise to remove a sump cleanout. Have some towels ready. Your sump trap is probably filled with lint, coins, buttons, etc. Fyi: wear a closepin on nose for smell!

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My washer did not drain well, maybe because the load was a bit heavy, so I took some out and let it run again but it wouldnt. No mater what I tried after that, the sensing process takes forever with a


You might have something caught in the drain pump impeller. I'm assuming it's a front load washer. Most of them have a little access panel on the front of the machine down towards the bottom. Open it up and you'll see a little black hose. Take the little black hose out and get a bucket and remove the plug from the hose and drain your water into the bucket. Then, open up the cleanout by removing the somewhat large cap you'll see next to where the little black hose comes out from the machine. Once you have the cleanout opened up, take a wet-vac and suck out everything you can inside the cleanout area. Then, use a flashlight and see if you can find anything stuck in the impeller area for the drain pump. If not, then you'll need to disassemble your wash machine and change out the drain pump. It's a pretty involved procedure, but youtube has a few videos on how to do it.

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Sounds like a case of identity theft! :)
Remove the hose from the tub to the pump and check there. Also, reach up into the tub to see if you can fell anything.

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Take lower kick plate of unit/ pump is behind it..there is a cleanout at the front of pump lay some towels down slowly turn cleanout from pump couter clockwise little water at a time..if it is pluged that may be why it is not draining ...good luck if you need more help just ask.....If I helped you please vote/// good luck

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This due to the drain pump either being clogged or having a broken pump rotor. You can access the pump to check this by removing the bottom front panel by removing the 3 screws under the panel. You will need some towels bacause you will have A LOT of water come rushing out when you unscrew the drain pump cleanout. If this cleanout is clogged, remove the obstruction and test the washer, if there is no clogg you will need a new drain pump, this part can be ordered at, http://www.reliableparts.com/ by using your model number to lacate the pump. It is very easy to replace, just be sure to disconnect the power to the washer first =)

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I have an Axxis+ washer/dryer. The washer is giving me an F:34 error, any ideas?


you can try this I had one of these the other day. On the bottom front of the washer you will find a round access cover, rotate it to the right to remove it, inside you will find a green cord to manually unluck the door, pull it down. Door should now be unlocked. Chances are the door won't unluck because the wash water is not draining from the washer due to a clogged drain pump. Right behind that round access cover is the water pump. Before you open the pump cleanout, soak up all the remaining water inside the wash basket of the machine, or use a wet dry vacuum to vacuum up the water. Have a shallow pan and lots of bath towels to catch the water when you open up the drain pump cleanout. Check the drain pump cleanout for lint, small socks, coins and whatever gets left in pockets of clothes.http://servicetechhelp.com/discus/messages/2801/65423.html?1241057606

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What dose the cleanout look like there is a white tube looking thing with a cap but I am not sure if it is it


that is probably it. have a rag ready to catch the excess water. unscrew it with your hand and pull it towards you.

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Need directions to unclog my Whirlpool duet washer which is giving me a f21 code.


Empty the washer and get some towels...

  1. Unplug the washer.
  2. Remove the kick panel 4-8 screws along the bottom with a Torx 15 screwdriver.
  3. Directly in front of you will be the pump and the cleanout (large twist-cap).
  4. Pack towels under and around the cleanout.
  5. Turn the cap counter-clockwise and pull out.
  6. Remove any debris.
  7. If you have an additional cylindrical pre-filter, remove and clean it.
  8. Re-assemble.
  9. Plug in the washer
  • Note: If you see bubbles or foam in the cleanout, you're using too much soap.

Dec 15, 2008 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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THE ONLY THING BETWEEN THE TUB AND THE DRAIN IS A
PUMP/MOTOR AND CONNECTING HOSES. THERE IS ALSO A CLEANOUT BEHIND THE FRONT LOWER PANEL. REMOVE THE PANEL BY REMOVING THE THREE SCREWS ALONG THE BOTTOM EDGE. PULL DOWN ON THE PANEL TO REMOVE IT. A LARGE CAP ON THE FRONT OF THE CLEANOUT CAN BE UNSCREWED TO REMOVE A FILTER.
CLEAN IT OUT AND INSPECT THE ENTRANCE INTO THE PUMP HOUSING. MAKE SURE IT IS CLEAR. REASSEMBLE AND CHECK OPERATIONS OF THE WASHER.

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