Hi thanks for the advice but I found the hose, blew through it tomake sure it was clean and air flowed through to the inside of the washer. I then re-connected the clear tube to the level switch . When I turned it back on..still over filling! Im not sure what to do now..You got any idea? Please let me know..Thankyou so much
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HF indicates a fill problem. This could be no water entering the washer, an issue with the pressure switch or the flow meter.
Does any water enter the washer? Check the shut-off valves to make sure that they are open. If water enters and then exits, make sure that the drain hose outlet isn't below the water level of the washer. Check your inlet hoses; some anti-flood hoses will restrict the water flow if they detect a leak. Close the shut-off valves and take the hoses off the washer. Put the ends of the hoses into a bucket and open the shut-off valves one at a time. Replace the hoses, if they are bad. Clean the filters on both sides of the hoses (washer and shut-off valves). Make sure that the hoses aren't kinked.
If the error happens during a drain and refill sequence, check if the pump is fully emptying the washer. (The pressure switch will trigger the error if the tub has too much water in it.) You may need to clean out the drain pump filter. Also, if the flow meter sees 10.5 gallons flowing through the inlet valves and the pressure switch doesn't trip, then the error will occur.
Next, check if the solenoids for the inlet valves are opening. Check that the pressure switch tubing isn't clogged or have a pinhole leak. (You can blow through the tubing and listen for the reed switch clicking.) Similarly, check the resistance when you blow through the flow meter. It should give 300-400 Ohms when you are blowing air and 0 when not air is moving. Unplug the wiring harness and check if the error occurs with the pressure switch disconnected from the CCU.
Sometimes the error is caused by the CCU. It can fail to provide the needed voltage to open the inlet valve solenoids.
Check for stuck socks or something just under the door seal at the bottom of the drum. Check filter for blockage and all outlet pipes. Check the pressure switch hose for any holes as it may have rubbed on the drum and created a small hole in it. Make sure flow meter is level and not at any angle.
Hi dear.I may have solution for the SUD error.You can give it a go.But I do not know any thing about F35 one The motor control unit senses a suds lock condition by analyzing the current draw on the drive motor. If “Sud” is displayed a potential suds lock is detected. This may signify a bad pump, an extra heavy load, excessive detergent, or excessive suds.
• If too much detergent was used, run the unit through a Rinse/ Spin cycle then a Normal cycle without adding any detergent. This should clear the unit of the excess detergent. • Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked • Check Wire Harness connections to the Drain Pump, Pressure Switch, and Central Control Unit (CCU) • Check / Clean Drain Pump Filter of foreign objects • Check Drain Pump • Check the Pressure Switch • Check CCU
Replace failed component.
As it says run couple of rine cycles it should get back to normal.I hope that helps you.Thanks.
Very common with GE. To make sure you caught the problem you have to replace the pressure switch, air pressure hose, and clean out the air dome outlet that the air hose connects to. I have found a build up of the sludge, from the laundry soap fillers, in the air dome outlet and in the connecting hose. This plugs up the air pressure hose and gives the water level switch a false reading. I always recommend the customers get online, find a Melaleuca representative, have them sign you up, and buy their laundry soap directly from the company. Their soap will clean the sludge build up out of your washer and prevent this from happening again. We haven't found any other brand that will prevent this from recurring in your washer. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists.
After a long day of trying to find out why my washer would not stop filling with water I decided to remove the inlet valve of the washer.I found a video on youtube that shows how to do this. All advice I found said that the valve would have to be replaced to fix the problem however I knew that the hot water did not do this only the cold. I removed the valve component and blew it all out with a air compresser to remove any debri that may have gotten into it, and it worked. so before you replace the valve component.try cleaning it out first it may save you 80.00.
A good majority of the problems I experienced in the field were caused by a simple loose air hose. Start by checking to make sure the air hose is still attached to the pressure switch. If the air hose is intact and NOT leaking, check the electrical connections to the switch for corrosion and or broken/loose wires. If all preliminary indications are good, replace the pressure switch. Read throught the link provided, thoroughly, and let me know if you require addtional assistance. I hope this helps you.
probably due to not draining. there is a filter in the system which you need to remove and clean. possible also that you have a foreign object jamming the pump. take the back panel at the bottom of the machine off. you will see a large diameter hose going from the bottom of the tub to the pump.remove this hose at the tub end. lots of water will come out so make sure none goes on the motor. the filter is inside this hose. take out and clean let me know if this doesn't work
check to make sure the water inlet filter is not clogged with debris. turn off water and disconnect at washer , look in opening is filter screen clear, some are removable to clean others you have to brush etc.... there are two more places to check but they are inside the washer at the water control solenoid and the inlet , the water pressure sensor may have something to do with this issue. best to open the top and listen and watch. (3 screws in rear top)
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean (refer manual as to how to clean). There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it (4 to 6 inches maximum). Snaking out your standpipe would be good too. And try some WD40 on the door lock
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