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F32 is a pressure switch failure. It controls the water level in the washer. The switch is a round plastic part mounted on the right panel towards the back right corner. Remove the switch by disconnecting the wire harness and the rubber tube connected to it and gently rotate it 90 degrees CCW and you should be able to pull it out easily. Some suggest that blowing on the tube will clean out anything that could be clogging it as a quick fix. If you suspect the switch you test it by checking two things; Blow on the inlet that was connected to the rubber tube you should hear a couple of clicks. The second test is to check if the switch works electrically. If the switch is bad you will need to replace it.
F32 is the code for Pressure Switch Failure. Which is only found on a tech computer. Remove the top panel from the washer by removing the three screws in the top back of the washer. Inside the back right corner is a round plastic box, either black or white, that is the pressure switch box. Check to make sure all the quick connect wires are connected and tight. Unplug washer to reset it. If the cycle fails still with the F32, you'll need to get a new Pressure switch box. If that doesn't fix it then it could be the control box( the bigger rectangular box in the front right that the wires connect to.) Good Luck and Happy Washing
Mine had F51 and F32. After reading the solution #1 I checked the drain pump for any clogging but it was a broken wire (blue) in the pump connector. It was (long but) an easy fix, because the connector is IDC and we just need to open the cap, take out the remaining wire piece, reposition the wire in the blade and close it again, using a pipe plier. It's back to life.
F32 is a long drain fault code. Tip your washing machine back far enough that you don't have to hold it up. At the back of the unit there are two "things" with hoses coming out of them attached to the bottom of the outer tub. On the left is the recirculation pump, and to the right is the drain pump. Take a wet/dry vac and get as much water out as possible through the end of the drain hose, then pull the hose off the drain pump, remove the pump, and look for coins/shoelaces/whatever might be blocking it on the inside.
What make and model is your washer? This applies to Whirlpool cabrios. Just reread your message and realized that I have no idea what you're talking about. F codes are pretty common in different brands, but "32" could mean anything. All depends on what you're looking at.
Plug off the wall. Open up behind, you will see a thin tube coming down from the control panel (pressure switch to be precise) to the waste area below. Disconnect this carefully from the top, blow into it, air should pass thru, it shd not be clogged; refit carefully. Before refitting, fit a similar tube to the pressure switch & blow - you should hear a click; if not there shd be a problem with your pressure switch. Anyway refit your old tube & try the machine.
Dont forget to refit the main exit hose at the position you found it. All you guys are going to rate me....................