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I have a BOSCH WVT1260 and I get an error code F4 in the middle of the cycle. what is this error& how do I solve it. Thanks

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SOURCE: Bosch Exxcel WVT1260 On drying the heater seems

Check your venting. If the water vapor can't get all the way outside, your dry times will be longer than usual and the steam will come out the front when you open the door. You may need to clean your ducting, which is a good idea anyway to reduce fire risk.

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Timed out on drain cycle, basically you either have an outlet blockage or something is trapped in the pump, you can check the pump by opening the bottom right flap on the front panel,manually emptying the w/m and checking the pump filter for coins etc. Also, check the outlet isn't blocked.
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SOURCE: F 19 error on Whirlpool AWM 8085

F15 - Motor Control Unit (MCU) Error - Disconnect power and unplug unit to check wire harness connections to the motor, MCU, and Central Control Unit (CCU).
Check the drive belt and reconnect power and plug unit in.
Check the MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor and check the drive motor for powered rotations.
Replace failed component.

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