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Thanks for using FixYa. Yes you are right you can call 1-800-253-1301 whirlpool will send a tech. to fix it and pay for the part. Error F1 means primary control failure and to resolve this you’ll have to replace the machine control assembly. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


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Whirlpool... • Answered on Feb 26, 2019


Typical sequence: power on, lid locks, then unlocks, then locks again and should stay locked the 2nd time. If not, depending on model and design, actuator may need replacing that shifts transmission from agitate to spin.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Dec 19, 2018


WHIRLPOOL CABRIO WASHER ERROR F2

The Cabrio Washer F2 error happens when the main control detects a stuck key on the user interface. The steps to take to try and fix the F2 code problem are below:

Unplug the washer for five minutes and then plug it back in, this will reset the control board.
If the persists then the only way to fix it is to replace the user interface board.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Nov 06, 2018


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Whirlpool... • Answered on Mar 09, 2018


Hi valued Consumer, We would like to inquire further about your post with you. Please respond back to this email address [email protected] with your name, user id (Valued Consumer), phone number, street address, zip code, reviewer name, model & serial number, and date of purchase on the appliance.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Apr 25, 2017


If you are getting ripped or torn clothes then most likely they are getting bunched up underneath the center piece that turns. These usually go back and forth and not all the way around in order to keep from bunching and tangling. It may be getting caught up on a lose bolt or something inside and under the center piece. If you can't figure it out just get a new one and part that one out or sell it at a garage sale. The electrical board and dials alone are worth a hundred bucks to the right buyer.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 12, 2017


using to much soap run washer water only in shortest cycle then cut your soap use in 1/2

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 02, 2017


it is extremely unlikely that clothes have got to the position you mentioned unbalance comes from 1--- clothes out of balance in the tub--too much on one side 2--machine not level on the floor --- rubber feet missing from adjuster bolts 3-- suspension rods and insulators for the tub broken or missing these suspension rubbers/ plastics break on a regular basis and allow the tub to sit at an unlevel state causing an unbalance situation when spinning top covers are either held in place with screws at the front and back ( under plastic trim buttons ) or simply clip on to the side walls at the top talk with a service agent as to how to remove the top or download a workshop manual for the machine from the net

Whirlpool... • Answered on Oct 29, 2016


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Whirlpool... • Answered on Aug 10, 2016


Hello Cesino Smith, It is my BEST advice to get your GENERIC part number off of your ORIGINAL PARTS LIST... (TOP LATCH item #29 ) Contemporary internet (SEARS) WISDOM says your part... #29 on your parts listing diagram (top latch) WPW10619844... THEY SAY "It appears your part number is no longer available"... I say... They are wrong...! At the bottom I have listed more options (on-line parts suppliers)... Bountiful on eBay...!! It is a VERY POPULAR part... (read: serious problem area). You need to talk to these listed parts houses (below)... This is a difficulty 2 (pretty easy)... job... AND there is a GREAT VIDEO on the appliancepartspros.com (first URL at the bottom). Your latch connects inside the control pod at the top of your machine... (opens from the back) The top is hinged at the back & held by SPRINGS in front. It is NOT as easy to coax the TOP OPEN.. as the video depicts... but if you have patience ... (pulling up one side will lock the other COMPLETELY... When you finally do get it open put a little Vaseline on the front side (it will reduce the brute force require to press the top back down into place (and slow the RUST). Your average PROFESSIONAL would just walk up and rip the top open with a giant tug... Most times that will work... but there's the possibility of BREAKING the SPRING STEEL clip (two) on the front of your washing machine... (of course if they were working on their OWN machine they do it the following way: At about 5 1/2 inches in from each corner are spring clips that hold your top down. wrap the tip of your PUTTY KNIFE with masking tape (to protect your appliance finish) ... If you have an assistant ... it would be great to push both springs and lift the front The "TYPICAL" price of your part (NEW) is around $60 to $80 PURCHASE... (rated EASY to replace)... If you can un-plug the machine... Have a putty knife & some masking tape... You can check this part yourself... and not damage your beautiful finish in the process... tape your door closed before lifting the to... else you risk breaking EXPENSIVE things (possibly fingers). According to most my generic part numbers (my opinion) ... my Kenmore Elite (110.28082700) is really a Whirlpool... Part W10059230... IS the SAME as your WPW10619844 While I don't ordinarily (ever) recommend SEARS for anything but a pain in the posterior... Their parts are GETTING competitive... so I will include the into the parts house recommendations at the bottom... (there are a couple of good folks at Sears... I'm sure... I've met 2 (two)). appliancepartspros.com will also be included... even though the choke on your MODEL Number... Current models seem to all be suffix with an ADDITIONAL 0,1.2 or 3.. after the WTW6400SW... I believe YOUR NUMBER simply because I have had a couple of occasions to have "parts technicians" squabble (SEARS) with me ... over such trivia. (Hence the importance of SEARS and their guaranteed fit). Good luck with that... Always get three estimates (which will TYPICALLY eliminate SEARS)... Comment me back if I missed anything!! http://www.appliancepartspros.com/whirlpool-latch-wpw10619844-ap6023438.html Lid Lock Assembly Whirlpool WASHER LID LOCK Strike Switch Frigidaire Assembly Factory Part... http://partssellect.com/

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jul 27, 2016


LF generally means "long fill error," which is generated when your washer is not getting the correct amount of water. This could be because of a clogged inlet screen, a leak which is causing low water pressure or a faulty inlet valve. You may want to contact Whirlpool for instructions on checking or replacing your hose, or cleaning the inlet screen.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jun 29, 2016

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