I have a front load washer by Kenmore and cannot find my manual. I have tried since yesterday to wash a load of laundry and when it gets to the spin cycle, I keep getting a flashing message "F 02". I looked on line last night to see if I could find info on it and I saw something about a balancing problem. I added more clothes to try to fix the problem and started over again. It didn't fix it so I took all of the clothes out and there was some water in the bottom of the tub so I pressed "drain and spin". Again, I got the same error message.
What could be the problem and how do I fix it? Please help asap, my son has a prom tonight and I need to clean his clothes.
These machines have a filter you should clean depending on your usage. It is usually at the front bottom - a small door. This is a filter before the water gets to your outlet pump to be siphoned out; it is there in order not to clog up your pump.
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I have a Kenmore Elite he4t front load washer that was working fine and then we moved and now it stops washing midstream and flashes an F and a H. I have to pause and restart then it will stop washing again after a few minutes and flash the same codes again. I reset again and then it stops with 1 minute left and will not drain.
Hi! ricksmith What is the first three digits of the model number. The he4t I have reference to does not have a "F" code error. Most of the codes are two digit, PF, F1 to F9 etc. You could try: Pressing Pause/Cancel two times to clear code. As well as unplug for 20 seconds. Do you have power fluctuations in your area. InMrFixIt
open lower front with a starshaped bit(screwdriver) three small screws, to get to white plastic cleanout (easy to turn by hand)may have someting stuck in it. about a gallon of water is there so have two big towels ready to soak it up.