Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
You will want to check your drain pump filter on this machine.
You can access the filter by removing the three screws located at the very bottom of the front panel and pull it out slightly to allow it to drop off the washer.
With the cover removed you will see the drain pump in the front of the base of the machine. The pump is equipped with a pre-filter that can be removed by unscrewing it and pulling it forwards.
Be aware that any water left in the tub is going to come out to greet you, so be prepared. I often tip the machine back to limit the amount that can come out when doing this.
After removing the filter and cleaning whatever treasures you may find from it, be sure to inspect the opening that it slides into before re-installing it. Look way in the back of the opening for any change and pay close attention to the opening on the right as well for anything caught there.
If for some reason you do not find anything in this clean out you may have a defective pump on your hands or an issue with where the washer drains out. I have found many a laundry tub with a restricted drain that allows the water to be siphoned right back into the washer after the washer stops pumping.
Good luck with this!!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks so much. You were right on. Found a sock blocking the flow. There was some other stuff too, dime, screws and cloth materials. That was too easy. But the pump was also binding up so off to get one tomorrow. Thanks again, this was a big help. "
Sounds like you may have something stuck in the pump, coin etc. Have tried to find the manual online without success. If you have your user manual check to see if there is a filter you can check. Normally it would be at the front of the w/m behind a flap or removeable plinth. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The E20 error code indicates a problem with water drainage. Inspect the drainage hose for kinks that could impede the drainage flow. This frequently occurs when the machine is pushed up against the wall without allowing room for the hoses. If there are no kinks, the hose is probably clogged. Carefully detach the hose from the machine, and use a garden hose to force water through it. If the water doesn't pass through, use a plumber's snake to clear the clog. If there is no clog, inspect the drain pump for clogs. Unplug the machine, and open the small rectangular door towards the bottom of the front of the machine. Drain the pump through the emptying hose into a container until the water flow stops, and rotate the pump impeller to clear any foreign objects. Close the pump and restart the cycle. If the problem persists, contact a service center.
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