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Check your water supply hoses for dirt. Dis-connect from the washer, turn the water supply on to make sure you have water flowing. If you do, then the clog is somewhere in the connection at the washer or inside of it. Mine was in the supply hose itself.

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Duet. What does F8E1 code indicate needs to be done to restore operation?


Check out the Link and the info below.
Question: Front Load Washer - Error Code - F8 E1 or LO FL Answer Product Symptom:
Front Load Washer - Error Code - F8 E1 or LO FL


F8 E1 or LO FL Code in display:
No water detected entering washer after 13 minutes, the pressure switch input has not been detected.
If the washer has an F8 E1 error or LO FL error, the door will be locked, and the control will be unresponsive. The washer will start a drain routine which takes approximately 8 to 10 minutes, during which time the pump will run continuously. The control will not accept any input during this time. Please wait 10 minutes before trying to perform any functions.
Check the water supply:

Turn on the water. Check the household water supply to see if the hot and cold water faucets are turned on. Make sure to open both faucets completely for proper fill.

NOTE: Both Hot and Cold water must be supplied to the washer.

Whirlpool recommends that appliances be direct connected to the water supply for optimum machine performance.
If a "flood saver" device is being considered:
  • Check with the manufacturer of the device to ensure it will not affect the performance of the appliance.

  • Whirlpool has experienced that "flood safety" devices can interfere with the performance of the appliance. Whirlpool typically does not recommend these devices.
Two types of "flood-saver" devices, hoses and valves are illustrated below. anti%20flood%20hose%202.jpeg floodsafe%203.jpeg Whirlpool Duet Washer F8 Code Appliance Repair Forum

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F8E1 code on my whirlpool duet. The plumbers were working in the house and shut the water off to the machine, then my girlfriend ran a load without turning the water back on.


ROFLOL and how did that work out for her I've heard of dry cleaning but dry washing . quite possibly all that burnt out is the water inlet valve.

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Amana tandem front loader.model number


That's an F8E1 error. It means you are experiencing long fill times. Check your water and associated hoses coming in, also try to clean out the screens on the water inlet valves.

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How do I fix a Duet Front Loader displaying a F8 E1 error Code?


Without model Number going on experience they change based on model the error codes F8E1 is a long fill error code if you have flood safe water supply hoses install regular washing machine hoses most common issue pull machine out remove back panel inspect black hose that runs from pressure switch to plastic tub the clip that holds it in place usually comes loose allowing it to rub against the rotor of the motor causing a hole to develop which will give a F8E1 code

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Water is luke warm only when winter is 20 degrees outside


Insufficient gas for the amount of water !2 issues:
1. Sizing . incorrect. The amount of water circulating tru is too much for the capacity of the unit. Check flow, against the temperature increase you require
2. Gas supply is insufficient ;Check for restrictions, gas line with too many elbows,, etc.

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Model WFW9150WW00 Whirlpool Duet: When the machine is ran with either hot or cold it eventually fills up more than half full of water and then it gets error F8E1 .. which is "long fill - no water or...


I agree. here are some things to check for

• Make sure that both valves at the water source(s) are turned on all the way.

• Check for plugged or kinked inlet hoses or plugged screens in the inlet valves

• Verify inlet valve operation

•If there is water in the unit • Verify Drain pump operation

• Pressure Switch Hose is in good condition and properly connected to Tub and

Pressure switch

•Verify there is not a siphon problem

•Verify wire harness connections to Inlet Valves, Pressure Switch, Drain Pump,

Flow Meter, and Central Control Unit (CCU)

•Check all hoses for possible leaks

•Verify pressure switch operation

•Verify flow meter operation

•Verify CCU operation

Feb 11, 2011 | Whirlpool WFW9150W Front Load Washer

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We just bought a new front loading washer and dryer Whirlpool model # wfw9150ww. (purchase date 12/22/2010) It has been working fine until yesterday....The washer fills up..(with too much water in my...


It means the washer is failing to completely drain. If you can find no problem with the washer drain hose and the volume coming out is ok, then you may need to replace the CCU (central control unit)

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Hi my problem is that my whirlpool duet washer front loader model wfw9200sqa10 is giving me a code number F20 and i dont know what could be the problem please help.


i believe i ve already answered this query....
F20" is a water inlet problem. This indicatesthat you have no water or insufficient water supply. What Whirlpoolrecommends to do is unplug the washer and check your water inletscreens to ensure they are not clogged, check the inlet hoses forkinks, and to make sure your taps are turned on (duh! I know it soundsstupid, but I've seen it before).

To check the water inlet screens you will need to turn off the water supply and disconnect the hoses where they connectto the back of the washer. The inlet screens are located inside the tapfittings and sometimes will collect with sediment and rust depending onyour water source. Some hoses also have sediment screens. Check them aswell if you have them. Use cotton swabs to clean the screens,thoroughly.

Checking the hoses and taps is self-explanatory. Thewater supply coming into the washer should be at least 10-25 psi.Insufficient water pressure can cause problems with slow fills and/orerror codes due to insufficient pressure. If you haven't had anyproblems before, I would suspect dirty inlet screens and/or a inletvalve failure.

If you need to replace the water inlet valve,searspartsdirect.com carries the part. Just type in your model numberin the Search menu and look for item #1 under the "Dispenser Parts" The part runs about $52.00.
regards iversh

Sep 21, 2009 | Whirlpool WFW9200S Front Load Washer

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Duet washer WFW9200SQ00 display F20


"F20" is a water inlet problem. This indicates that you have no water or insufficient water supply. What Whirlpool recommends to do is unplug the washer and check your water inlet screens to ensure they are not clogged, check the inlet hoses for kinks, and to make sure your taps are turned on (duh! I know it sounds stupid, but I've seen it before).

To check the water inlet screens you will need to turn off the water supply and disconnect the hoses where they connect to the back of the washer. The inlet screens are located inside the tap fittings and sometimes will collect with sediment and rust depending on your water source. Some hoses also have sediment screens. Check them as well if you have them. Use cotton swabs to clean the screens, thoroughly.

Checking the hoses and taps is self-explanatory. The water supply coming into the washer should be at least 10-25 psi. Insufficient water pressure can cause problems with slow fills and/or error codes due to insufficient pressure. If you haven't had any problems before, I would suspect dirty inlet screens and/or a inlet valve failure.

If you need to replace the water inlet valve, searspartsdirect.com carries the part. Just type in your model number in the Search menu and look for item #1 under the "Dispenser Parts" heading (part #8182862). The part runs about $52.00.

I hope this helps you. If you need further assistance, please post back with any questions/concerns you may have.

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