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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
top loader?usually its because your water valve is not closing because minerals have gotten into the water valve.but water would come into washer even when unpluged.another thing can be if when over flowing and u unplug it and it stops fillig/over flowing.your presure switch hose will have come off the water level switch or a mouse chewed a hole in it.its a clear tube thats running from your water level switch.i hope that helps god bless,tom
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
SOURCE: the error F23
This error occurs when heater fails in the unit .
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
It means that there is a fault in the heating circuit and the heater is not working
The listed site deals with this problem so take a look and if you are fully capable of testing, follow the troubleshooting instructions but always double check that the unit is unplugged or disconnected from the electrical supply.
And remember kindergarten rule #1 "If in doubt, don't" with everything that is potentially dangerous. Electricity kills so a service repair bill may be a better solution.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
How do you know this is a generic problem for all whirpool washers?
What I can tell you is: ever since electronic controls were placed with appliances (dishwhrs, dryrs, wshrs, frigs,etc) there was this new age of error and fault codes that would lock-up the electronics. I always recommend people buy the mechanical control appliances because you do not have these interim problems. Mechanics justs keep ungoing, and if it will fail some day, you usually have a warning period, and it is more likely to be cheaper to repair than electronic controls.
Aside from all that, your owners manual should have a section in the rear that says trouble shooting; this usually has some of the standard error/fault codes and it can tell you what it stands for. Most errors can be eliminated by unplugging this electric cord and waiting 1 minute for the ciruit board to reset itself. The usual causes are: out of balance load that shook the machine too much, an overfill of water level, and overload of too much heavy close that caused the machine to strain the engine, or a short temporary power interuption while the machine was operating. Try the plug rest method and pay better attention to the load/overload. Hope all will be good. Macgivor
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
F35 is a water level error.
The water level switch (pressure switch) has malfunctioned.
If you remove the top panel, three screws in the back, you will have access to the pressure switch.
With the tub empty, remove the vinyl hose from the switch and blow backwards through the hose to clear any restrictions.
If the fault codes return after doing this, you will likely need to replace the pressure switch.
Also - please be sure to use He soap.
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Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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