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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a couple of question, 1. did you remove the block? 2. is the machine on a concret floor? 3 how old is your machine?
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
IT MEANS YOUR USING WAY TO MUCH SOAP
for that model you should not be using more than 1 tablespoon
let is set for an hour or so then start a full load of towles with no soap
it should be fine after that
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
I had the same problem with my Neptune washer until I ran a cycle with straight vinegar and water. This helped get rid of the mold. I have to run a "vinegar" cycle about every 10 cycles. I would try cleaning the seal with vinegar first and let it air dry. Neptune washers need to air dry after every cycle.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
Well Thanks for all the help! I found a treasure full.... lets see, a purple lizard, money, beer cap,bandaids and of course a sock! Not to mention all the other gook.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
We had the OE message come up and did the above procedures...that didn't fix it. I removed the dual pump modules (they come off in one piece...one is the recirculating pump, the other is the drain pump). Turns out, the drain pump impeller design sucks. Even though it turned when I put power to the pump, that doesn't mean your pump isn't bad. Once it is under load pumping water, the impeller can slip where the pin connects to it from the motor. We replaced the motor for $60 and that fixed the problem. Our unit is at least three years old and we have a family of four, so it does get used quite often. Nobody told us about the filter at the bottom of the unit and I figure if we knew this ahead of time, we probably could have avoided the impeller issue...but it is still a sub-par designed motor/impeller. The new one I ordered looks like an updated design so I don't see this happening again. It is quite easy to remove and replace the pump, btw.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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