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Re: i keep getting E22 warning
E22 is residual water in sump, this could be blocked pump, dirty filter, grease build up. If you have removed white pump cover to check for blockages, ensure that it is completely clipped back into position before trying again. The non return valve maybe allowing dirty water to drain back into the machine. If you tend to run a quick wash a lot, you may need to boil a kettle and pour it into the sump to clear any build up from around the optical sensor in the sump. Post if you need further assistance
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Hi Darlene, The link below is a bosh dishwasher error code AND how to fix, I hope this helped..........CHEERS.. Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E22
Fault Condition: Residual water in sump
Repair or Check: Check for a blocked pump, a dirty filter, or grease build up.
Parts Required: Pump or clean filter
Good morning Diane Snow, thank you for your inquiry!
I see that your Frigidaire washer is displaying "E22" error code. Typically an "E22" error code means water is not pumping out fast enough. I would suggest checking the hoses for any restrictions.
If the hoses are not restricted it could be an issue with the drain pump or control board. I would recommend having a professional come out and properly diagnosis your washer. I hope this information has been helpful. -Matt
Their are only a few things that would keep your water from draining. The two most common are a clogged drain filter inside the washer or a faulty pump/motor. With any luck it is just a clogged filter. Refer to your Owner's Manual if you still have it to see about the steps in cleaning the drain filter. If you do not have your manual you will need to gain access inside your washer's cabinet. There you should see a drain filter ensamble where you can remove it, empty the filter out and replace it. WARNING! Be sure to bail out the water in your tub b efore removing the drain so the water does not come out when you remove the drain filter or you will get a big mess. Some models may have a water shut off next to the drain filter, if so, you can simply turn off the valve rather than hand bailing the water out.
Removal and Installation WARNING: Do not smoke or carry lighted tobacco or open flame of any type when working on or near any fuel related component. Highly flammable mixtures are always present and may be ignited, resulting in possible personal injury.
Relieve the fuel system pressure. For additional information, refer to Section 310-00 .
Disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel filter. For additional information, refer to Section 310-00 .
Remove the fuel filter.
Loosen the fuel filter clamp screw.
NOTE: Make sure that an audible click is heard when installing the fuel lines. Pull back on the fuel lines to confirm engagement. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Filter -Water Separator
Removal WARNING: Smoking or open flame of any type must not be present when working near fuel or fuel vapor. CAUTION: The fuel system contains pressurized fuel after the vehicle is shut down and will maintain this pressure for a long period of time.
Disconnect both battery ground cables. On vehicles equipped with dual batteries, refer to Section 414-01 .
Open the fuel filter/water separator drain valve to release the fuel pressure. Completely drain the fuel filter/water separator assembly.
Disconnect the fuel supply and fuel return lines.
Disconnect the two cylinder head fuel supply lines.
NOTE: The turbocharger compressor manifold is removed for clarity. Disconnect the electrical connector from the fuel filter/water separator.
Remove the fuel filter/water separator from the vehicle.
Disconnect the exhaust back pressure sensor electrical connector.
Remove the fuel filter/water separator bolts.
WARNING: Clean all the fuel residue from the engine compartment. Failure to do so can cause personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
reomve the lower aceess panel(3 screws accross the bottom) fromthere youll find a white/bone colored filter clean out hta yo can simply unscrew and remove any debris that may be in there,be warned there will be water in hose grab a towell and unplug unit!
Switch off, turn off power, turn off water, disconnect water inlet hose, check for blockages, remove filters, clean filters, refit filters, check water supply, reconnect water supply, reconnect power, turn on - problem solved.