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"PE" error is related to the Harmonic pressure switch. Since the
part is electronic, I would suspect a clog at the air dome at the
bottom of the tub located at the rear of the machine. The pressure
switch is located at the top. Unplug the washer from power, you will need a small piece of 1/4" plastic tubing or copper tubing. Locate
the pressure switch, disconnect the 1/4" tube from PS. Attach the
PS hose to your plastic or copper extension tube. Try and blow thu.
You should hear bubbling of air. Draw alittle water in by sucking and
blowing several times. This should clear any thing lodged in the lower
air dome. Before you reattach the hose to pressure switch, first trim
1/4 '" of hose off, for a tight fit. But before attaching hose, plug in washer and Press POWER, Press SPIN SPEED, Press START
to activate pump to remove all the water left in the tub. Next lower the
Pump's Trap Door at the bottom left corner of the cabinet. Using a kitchen trash bag, Extend the black rubber hose into trash bag and remove the plug. Turn off the machine when all water has been
evacuated.. Unplug washer and reattach the hose to the pressure
switch and try again.. IF error returns replace Pressure Switch..
Unplug the fridge. Remove all the food, and all the shelves or racks from the freezer, and figure out how to get the rear sheet metal out (screws) To access the evap. area. Using a hair drier or 2 letter drink bottle full of very warm water. Defrost the coil and make sure you clear the drain at the bottom. Flush the drain as good as you can. Check for any loose or broken wires, look for a switch that should be clipped on to the tubing, if it has fallen of its clip try to re-clip it on to the tubing. Be very careful of the coil it has very sharp edges and will cause a nasty cut. You will make a mess, get plenty of towels, and or a shop vac. Once all is clear put it back together. Hope this Fixya up.
You most likely have a gasket out of place.
1. On the bottom, there is a panel held in by two screws. Open that up. Inside you will see a white gasket that should be aligned with the hole. If it is not aligned, you will not get good suction.
2. The other gasket will you require you to take out the two screws on the blue cover (at the base of the unit where the dial is). You will see a black plastic tube with two clear tubes attached. Remove the two tubes. remove the screw holding the black plastic tube in. Inside is a red gasket. Ensure that is in the correct place. Reattach screw + clear tubing. Reattach blue cover.
Remove the faucet spout and unscrew the screw keeping the white plastic piece on the bottom (of the faucet). It's where the red and black tubes enter. Pull out the white plastic with the tubes and clear it of debris (usually placed there when your disposal backs up the black tube, which serves as the filter's drain tube). Once it is cleared of debris, make sure the black rubber washer is back in place (it may be stuck in the faucet, so look for it) and replace the plastic, screw the screw back in, and secure the faucet again. I had this same problem and doing this solved it. Should take about 5 minutes or so. Good luck.
The fill line internal to the freezer is likely frozen up from the elbow inward.. When the icemaker calls for fill...pressure builds up on the plastic tubing causing it to pop out of the elbow. Check the tube inside the freezer by removing icemaker and running a long thin screwdriver or a rigid wire up into the tube until you feel ice or the plastic elbow outside.
Clear ice, if present, by squeezing hot water in from freezer side with turkey baster until cleared and water comes out back.
I am a major seller of these machines in ebay. The machine may need a new potentiometer. Build a carrier. Put two pieces of transparency plastic sheets together with a piece of tape and use this to carry your stencils. This will reduce the heat of the lamp. Rouben (firstname.lastname@example.org).