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The PRIMARY filter for discharged water in most front loaders is located under the opening of the washer behind a small 'door'. There is usually a small tube which you will need to pull the plug from and drain about 2 cups of water into a bucket BEFORE you remove the filter to clean it.
After you unscrew the filter which is mounted from front-to-back and clean it out, replace both filter piece and plug and replace the small drain tube.
Close the access door and operate your machine.
* Clean this filter every month or especially after washing heavy lint-producing materials.
Open the access door at the bottom left corner of your washer. Use the small hose there to drain the remaining water from the machine. Un-screw the big knob next to it and pull out the attached filter. Clean out the filter and re-install. If the filter was clear, replace drain pump motor.
Remove the lower plastic panel at the front of washer.
The filter is located at the bottom front right.
Unscrew anti-clockwise to remove and clean.
Have some cloths handy as thetre will be some water that will come out.
that's draining error. check the filter cleanout behind lower left panel on front of machine; of course drain 1st via small drain hose. if thats o.k the drain pump itself may be jammed with debris or the drain hose could be clogged.
Clean out the filter behind the small access door on the front lower left side of the machine. The small hose is there to drain the water out first. If there is nothing in the filter, you may need a new pump motor. (pump impeller comes off shaft sometimes, requiring pump motor replacement)
That's actually DE (Drain Error). Clean out the filter behind the small access door on the front lower left side of the machine. The small hose is there to drain the water out first. If there is nothing in the filter, you may need a new pump motor. (pump impeller comes off shaft sometimes, requiring pump motor replacement)
It is just behind the lower panel. Remove the 3 screws from the lower panel (the panel just below the door), the screws are on the lip on the bottom of the panel facing the front of the machine. Pull down and toward you to get the panel off. The filter and clean out are in the center. Unscrew the cap to remove and clean out, but have lots of towels ready, there will be water coming out.
Mine did the same and there was a 20 cent piece in the drain filter which is located at the bottom front left hand side you take off the cover - beware that a lot of water may come out - have towels ready. or your outlet pipe may be blocked. OE is a draining error message
Have not heard of a part called a "spin rinse sensor". Drain filter is located behind the small access door at the bottom left on front of the machine. Use small hose there to drain remaining water out of pump and hoses, then unscrew the big thing on the right side (end of the filter).