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ERROR CODE E20

CODE COMES UP AT 13 MINUTES REMAINING. WATER IN DRUM.
HAVE CHECKED FOR CLOGS AND HOSE KINKS

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  • fireldy May 23, 2008

    Everytime I do a load of laundry now no matter what the size, this code pops up and the annoying beeping starts. WHICH is even more annoying knowing the load has stopped. I've checked for clogs, and cleaned everyting I can get to with out tearing things apart.

  • burtmcc May 31, 2008

    I received the E20 error but mistook it for E30 so I took 1/3 of the load out of the washing machine and selected "Drain/Spin". This selection worked well but it did not work a second time for the 1/3 load and I was back to E20. I moved the hose up and down many times in case there was a vacuum/prime/gravity problem. Then I took the hose off to see if water could flow freely through the hose (in case there was an obstruction). The hose does not have an obstruction. But, now it will be difficult for me to put the hose back on as I am an older female with not much upper body strength and the washing machine is in a corner with the dryer and utility sink to its right. The first 2 repair places I have called report a trip fee and a flat "job code" pricing (rather than hourly fee) which I do not like. I have encountered this in the auto industry and this means that something that the mechanic might be able to fix in 15 minutes could still have a job code of 1 hour and it is "pay or take your broken car away lady".

    I am disappointed that my 1 year and 5.5 month old washing machine (that cost $615) is broken so quickly. I wish that I had purchased the Lowe's protection plan. I will call Frigidaire on Monday to see if there is an after-the-1-year-warranty service conrtact that I can purchase.

  • profBill Jul 20, 2008

    Thanks so much guys. I got the E21 error and it was exactly the problem. Wife lost a bra-pad out of her bathing suit stopping up the whole system at the filter.


    But what a pain to get to! We have a very small space for the washing machine and it took myself and my two boys to get the pedestal off and the washing machine down on its front. 


    Anyway, thanks so much for the help. Would never have figured it out without this forum

  • kelkpel Dec 02, 2008

    Thank you teeee! You're brilliant!!!

    For those of you who are usually inept like me..

    1. Tip the machine over onto its front..
    2. There is a hole in the bottom. (You don't have to take off the panel)
    3. The 4 inch diameter hose is to the left (when facing the machine).
    4. Unscrew the clamp as Teeee states and wiggle the hose until it comes off.
    5. Dig deep. My husband thought he was done after pulling out a bandaide and fabric of some sort. He kept digging and pulled out $0.80 and a pad from one of my bras.
    (I'm not sure why this machine was designed so objects that large could get caught up in the innerworkings.. but, there they were.)

    The machine is working like a champ now. Teeee undoubtedly saved us a few hundred dollars.

  • appleman88 Dec 04, 2008

    I get an error code E10 but i'm wondering if i follow the solution if it will work for me. I've only had this washer for 18 months and I'm discouraged that i'm having trouble.

  • metrotek Apr 18, 2009

    E21, no draining, clogged filter. - thank you!!! for the tips in this forum. It was a nasty and wet job but corrected the problem.

  • Buddy Macdonald Feb 13, 2013

    ftp://ftp.electrolux-na.com/ProdInfo_PDF/Webster/5995459236.pdf

  • Buddy Macdonald Feb 13, 2013

    How to empty filter and unclog outlet.

  • Buddy Macdonald Feb 13, 2013

    1. go to this webpage to see the diagram on page 6, ftp://ftp.electrolux-na.com/ProdInfo_PDF/Webster/5995459236.pdf I found it easier to take off the spring clamps and the one screw clamp, unscrew the top water pump mount screw and take the whole unit ou. You will need some visegrips or locking pliers to replace these spring clamps. I found only 2 dimes, a dozen bobby pins, a rubber gallon jug cap and a pad from a bra. How the pad got in there is a mystery; I was half expecting to find about a dozen missing socks. Take the hard plastic filter out and clean everything. This is #40 inside #41 on the diagram. Replacing it is easiest if you replace the large connection with the screw clamp first, then the top clamp, then replace the water pump and attach the two remaing hoses with spring clamps. This is where you need the visegrips. I used a small pair as they would stay clamped on the spring clamp while I manoeuvered the hose on by first wetting the connections with water. Yes you need to remove the back panel and tip it on its left side when facing it from the front.

  • Buddy Macdonald Feb 13, 2013

    2. Sit back, have a beer and thank your lucky stars you're not an appliance repair man.

  • Buddy Macdonald Feb 13, 2013

    3. It is also an easier job if you have long arms! Or you have a long-armed son-in-law.

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I finally licked this one.

There is a stupid filter that is really a short rigid tube about 4 inches long that sits inside the black thing that looks a bit like floppy toilet plunger married to a bladder. It has three points of attachment. Look to the largest one at the top. That actually has a clamp that can be opened with a philips screwdirver.

I has to tip my washer onto its front to get access through the bottom of the washer.

Once you get the clamp off, you need to wiggle the tube up and out. Mine had about $2 in change and a ton of rubbery stuff from a rug.

I emptied it out and put everything back together. Once I figured it out it was easy and took about 15 minutes or less.


Now if you started like me, your washer was filled with water so you would not want to tip it over.

I think that bet way to deal with this is to nure the water out of the tub. I will tell you how I did this.

First- switch the washer control to spin only - this way you won't be adding any more water.

Second (you may want to try to skip this) - I opened up the clamp that attaches the last hose at the bottom - this is the the washer end of the hose that travels up along the back of the machine to feed water to the ouside hose. - Quite a bit of water came out when I did this, so you will want to protect your forr if neccessary.

Three (try this before my step two), You can feel the filter tube inside of the black "bladder" try shifting it around inside of the bladder too get the water to seep around it. I suggest you try to force it up away from the floor. I could see where there has a sort of vacuum where the washer could not get any more water out and had "sucked-in" the bladder.

Then put the hose back on - keep an eye on it rather than clamping it, since you may need to do this a couple of times - I had to go buy one of those clamps that you screw shut because I could not get the original clamp back on.

This link is to a PDF of a good diagram on the parts (best one I found)

ftp://ftp.electrolux-na.com/ProdInfo_PDF/Webster/5995459236.pdf

The two main parts in question are numbers #40 and #41 page 6.

This clamp I mentioned in step two is #48

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  • teeee Jun 01, 2008

    For my solution above, I neglected to mention that in trying to nurse the water out, the idea is to get some flow restored in the washer. Turn the washer back on (only in spin) until it won't drain nnymore, then do the steps two and three over again. Repeating this cycle until the water is suffuciently drained out. This is why you don't want to redo the clamp (but really watch the thing)





    ALSO _DON"T FORGET TO UNPLUG THE WASHER WHILE YOU ARE FIDLING WITH THE HOSES INSIDE.

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WELL I HAD A E20 ERROR AND I TOOK APART THE PUMP AND FOUND A HAIR PIN STUCK IN THE PUMP STOPPING IT FROM WORKING , I REMOVED THE HAIR PIN AND SOME COINS AND THE PROBLEM WAS RESULT. THANKS TO FIXYA I SOLVE MY PROBLEM WITH OUT GETTING HIT WITH AN ESPENSIVE BILL.

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  • ScootyPuffSr Aug 03, 2011

    CAUTION!!! Only loosen and remove the screw clamp around the black rubber that connects the washer drum to the pump! If you remove the blue clamps attaching the other hoses to the black accordian rubber, it is very difficult to reattach. Inside the black accordian rubber, after removing the screw clamp, dig deep into that black rubber connector. There is a hard plastic filter that blocks material from going into the water pump. If you can, push the hard rubber out of the black accordian rubber connector. That will make it easier to remove the blockage.

    Unknowingly, I removed ALL the blue compression clamps. However, I couldn't reattach the black accordian rubber connector to a white plastic tube after I cleaned out the debris. That white plastic tube connects to a small rubber hose that then connects to a water sensor at the top of the machine. The easiest thing to do to reattach all the connectors is to remove the top metal plate of the washer by removing the rear screws on the maching that holds the metal plate, after you flip the maching back upright. There you will see the same small black plastic tubing connecting to a sensor. Remove the tube from the sensor, attach a rope to it. I taped it to the top area so that when I pulled the black tubing, I would be able to pull the black tube back up after reattaching the connections. Flip the machine back onto its side, pull the white connector attached to the small black tubing where you can access it and reattach all the necessary blue clamps on the the black accordian rubber. Reattach all the necessary connectors, then flip the machine upright. Use the rope if necessary to pull the black tubing back to the top of the machine and reattach it to the sensor. Replace the top plate and screw it secure.

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Thanks to the first post i found indeed that the filter in the rubber housing was clogged(2 pairs of womens under wear and $2 dollars in change lol) however i found that if you removed the pump assembly with the (2)5/16" screws, it made the removal and reinstallation of the clamps much easier and i also took the back cover of the washing machine (inspection panel)off as well, on a scale of 1-10 i would say this job is a 3 or 4 relatively easy and only took me an hour or 2 to complete. if you do this once you will be doing it again down the road lol good luck and thanks alot for the advice above.

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This is a great forum. This was exactly my problem. The filter was jammed with all kinds of stuff. Getting the clamps off through the hole on the bottom and putting them back on was a major pain in the neck. I'm not sure what tricks there are to make it easier, but at 10pm at night they kept slipping. Now it's all fixed. Probably saved $200.

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Thanks for the great information. My laundry room made it easier for me to tip the washer on its back so the door would stay closed. Fortunately there was not much water in the basket so it didn't make much of a mess. I took off the top clamp, which was a screw-on type, and pushed the filter out of the boot. There is a ridge around the filter tube so if you "help" it out of the ridge the filter comes right out and can be cleaned. When putting the boot back on, be sure its all the way up and the clamp is cose to the top as well since there is a lip to keep it from sliding down. I guess this will be an annual event now unless the error codes say otherwise. One note; on my washer, under the top cover, there is an ops manual with diagnostics and error code information. VERY helpful. Maybe you have one too...

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Thanks for the tip !! Worked like a charm.

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Very helpful and easy to fix. I'd suggest that people not use the washer/dryer sheets for these. I have no idea how one got stuck in that bladder, but I pulled it out after a huge clump of dog hair was stuck above it.

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