Question about Washing Machines
If that is a whirlpool as you do not have a brand or mod # that would most likely be a flow sensor. It is located under the top cover. remove screws top rear remove cover on top of machine. you will see that device in the tubing located just after the water inlet valve it will be white round device and most likely will have to small blue wires going to it.That is a somewhat pricey little part like 100.00 last time I got one but with whirlpool who knows could be more or less now. On that note might be cheaper to have the unit looked at by a pro. If you remove the lower kick panal you should find the tech sheet that will tell you what the code means but I'am sure it is overflow .. If you need more help please ask....Thanks for voting good luck
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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