Question about Washing Machines
The washer did work at first, Then I came down and it was full of water. It did the wash but it did not drian or rinse. Now when I try to get it to drian it starts to fill up with more water. Is the fix as easy as ordering a part and changing it. Like the control knob ??
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Hello it could be your lint filter or a hose is blocked by an object. May be even in the pump. Had a similar problem with our Maytag. Cheers.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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Jul 25, 2015 | Washing Machines
the Fl code indicates an overfill condition. If the washer is empty, then you likely have a problem with the water level pressure switch. If the washer is full of water and will not drain, you likely have a problem with the drain pump or the washer drain line.
If the washer is full of water, make sure that the washer drain is clear and working properly. Check the drain hose for kinks or clogs. If you find no problems with these issues, I recommend that you manually drain the washer using a wet/dry shop vacuum. Check the drain pump and connecting hoses for problems. You may need to replace the drain pump of water will drain out of the washer properly but the pump will not work properly. A clog in the check ball assembly at the bottom of the tub can also prevent the washer from draining properly.
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