Re: soap suds in bottom of washer even when none is...
Rum a packet of unsweetened limenade koolade or other brand of unsweeted lemonade or limade through it the citrus will clean it up way better than viniger. Its been in my list of tricks for years, sorry you had not seen it yet. Good luck!
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try running the load with out soap
you could be oversoaping each and everytime
these machines have sud sensors and will continue to run the pump as long as suds remain in the sump
watch the load as it goes through the wash cycle
if you see suds and did not add soap then there you go
these machines do not need anything more than 1 tblspoon per load
1/8 the water 1/8 the soap
Your expectations are based on top load washers.
Front load washers use only a very little water, and suds are an enemy. (HE soaps are designed to clean without suds. Suds are really for show and cause drag on the wash tub during spin.) If you start a load with no clothes, you will see that the water level never gets above a couple inches in the tub. That is the correct water level for front loading machines. PS. Because of the low water use, make sure you use very little soap. (one to two tablespoons per load only!)
This is a problem with all front loaders. We have used those cleaning tablets in a regular hot cycle per the directions on the box. You can also try placing 1 cup of crystal dishwashing detergent in the tub and fill the soap dispenser with bleach and run a quick cycle full hot.
If you have a front-load washer then you probably have put too much soap in or not used "he" soap.
Front loader use very little water and need low-sudsing soap. Most all brands now sell this "h.e" soap. What has happened is that suds have travelled up the tube to your pressure switch and have told the washer's computer that there are too many suds in the machine. The machine thinks that there is water in the tub even it there is not. You can either let it sit for a day or two or try unplugging it and then run a few hot rinses, without any soap, until you don't see anymore suds in the tub.
There should not be suds up that high in the washer. You are experiencing a over sudsing condition and spin is throwing up throw the fill line in the dispenser. Run some fabric softener in a load with no clothes to clean out any hidden suds. Then use only HE (High efficiency) detergent and half of what they recommend! The softer the water the less the soap you use. Sounds like you may be using non HE detergent. My guess if the machine is fine.
F35 has to do with the pressure switch which is located under the top panel on the back right. It will have a little black hose hooked to it. This happens when SUDS or detergent somehow gets up into it and usually locks unit out. Only solution is to replace pressure switch. You can find the tech sheet behind the bottom front panel usually tape to the back side of that panel or taped to the bottom right side inside unit. Hope this helps