If you have had the washer for awhile you should clean the sediment filters, where the hose goes into the back of the machine and where the fascet and hose connect. The cold water side usually collect more sediment. The filter screens are delicate so be careful pulling them out.
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The E01 error for your bosch indicates a door lock problem has been detected at the control board. Insure the door is closed tight, turn your breaker off or unplug the washer for a couple of minutes and retry. Let me know what happens, ultimately it may be a faulty lock assembly, a loose wire harness etc. but we'll cross that bridge when we get there...if necessary.
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you can use a wet dry shop vac and attach it to the end of the drain hose to remove any water this will also unlock the door the check the drain pump for anything that would be blocking the flow of water
take off the small front cover to the drain pump pull the whit plastic zip tie and this will unloock the door.
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This is for the WFMC6400, but it could help.
To manually unlock the door lock system, perform
1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2. Remove the lower toe panel.
3. Reach up along the inside of the front panel and
locate the bottom of the
door latch assembly.
4. Located on the bottom of the door latch
assembly is a teardrop shaped tab. Gently pull the
tab down approximately 1/4 inch,
or until a click is heard.
5. The door may now be manually opened.
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First, unplug your washer. After that find the little round plate below your drum opening on the exterior of the washer. It should have a small hole in it. Use something to gently push trough this hole and twist the cover off, Inside there you will find the drain access. Be careful, if there is water in your drum this will make a mess when you unscrew the drain access. Take the usual precautions and unscrew the drain access slowly until it is off. Remove any obstructions and replace access door and cover. Clean up any mess and plug back in your washer and try again. takes about thirty minutes to an hour depending on how much water is in the drum.