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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: What does a F09 error mean?
Since Sears doesn't manufacture its own equipment I need a product code number to access the specific features of your appliance. Email me with that info and I can find what the error codes are.
Posted on Sep 10, 2007
Your vcr seems to use the K Mech. F04 Means that the mechanism locks unloading.
The cause of which might be the loading motor timing.
F09 means No serial clock linking IC2004, IC7005 and IC7701.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
If I have got the right machine than F09 is an electrical fault. If It is a K Deck model (you need to check) then it means: No serial clock linking IC2004, IC7005 and IC7701.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Shannabug is right on the money. I had the same problem a few days ago. F09 came up - I hit pause twice - since there was water still in the drum I did a spin and drain.
NOW UNPLUG THE WASHER!
Right below the kickboard there are three torqux screws - now's a good time to get a Torqux folding key set. Once removed - give the side of the kick board a rap on the side - sometimes you may have to use an object to hit it with - it'll fall right off.
On the bottom, dead center is a white cylinder facing you with a screw cap. This is the filter/catch basket - to the right of that is your pump.
Before you screw off the cap, make sure you have lots of paper towels - I had a shop-vac - as I loosened the cap I had the vacuum **** up the water that was coming out - I removed the filter and there was two pencils in there - apparently my son never emptied his pocket. I put the shop vac into the filter chamber and started sucking up anything else that may have been there.
When you put the cap back on, ensure the little notch on top of the cap is facing up, and screw it back on securely. Put the kick board back on - and you're ready to go.
If you continue to have a problem you can clean out the drain tube with a shop-vac - and/or purchase a new pump - but now you see where it is, and how easy it is to change it - you can now save yourself a few hundred dollars by changing it yourself!
IMPORTANT - BEFORE YOU DO THIS UNPLUG THE SYSTEM. This will make sure no injuries, and while you are doing the filter, the computer is getting to reboot itself.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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