Question about Washing Machines
Guess the code is F H, if you check it once more.
However F H means that no water was detected entering machine
is the water coming fast ?
If indeed the water is fine than there is a sensor called a flow meter that tell the CCU if and how much water has entered.
It also uses a water level pressure switch to monitor water level.
Take the top off the washer and locate the sensor. There is a wheel in the plastic casing and it tells the CCU how much water is coming through. However it might have some calcium built up in the casing, tap it a couple of times and reconnect everything back. The sensor is easy to find. It is the one that is connected to the hot and cold fill valve and then it goes to the white sensor.
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Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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