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Kenmore Elite Calypso Washer

Over fill code (FL) flashing and washer beeping but not doing anything. I had two small bathroom rugs in it on normal cycle. It stopped mid cycle. I have completed steps according to manual and it is still flashing the code. I have even unplugged it. I am not sure of the model number the manual has Models 110.2206*, 2408*, 2506*, and 2508*.

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  • gertandnewt Aug 04, 2008

    i have an elite calypso top loader, model #110.2208210 . Machine stopped mid cycle "fl"code flashing, w/beep......i unlpugged unit for several minutes as per manual. Code will not clear . Any help would be appreciated.

  • yo_paisan Dec 27, 2008

    I have the same problem... FL and beeping I unplug the washer and plug back in and when I press any wash cycles it comes right back on. I had a small load of towels and a blanket in there... it's got about 6" of water at the bottom of my washer and soggy wet laundry. We've had this problem before and Sears came to fix it... now again about 1 or 1.5 years later we've got the same problem. This washer is a royal pain in the @$$... it stains clothes with brown grease type markings... (could be mistaken for something else if you think about it)... I HATE THIS WASHER!!! How am I supposed to get the water out now?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    I have the same problem with my washing machine .
    The FL is beeping about halfway into my load and I looked at the book and did what it said to do (trouble-shooting)  I still have the FL beeping  ????
    What can I do to fix the problem?  It is a Kenmore Elite HD plus, calypso washing motion (mod.#110 22062 100,  ser.#CL 2610512, Type 170)
    Help!

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Take the pannel off the bottom and unscrew the pump cleanout

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  • keith kirschner Feb 09, 2008

    i'm sorry i was thinking of the duet. calypso has had problems with the pump. you probably have something stuck in it. unlike the duet this does not have a pump cleanout. you will have to lay the washer on it's side (lots of towels needed) undo the hoses to the pump and look inside.

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