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main cause is usually use of a wrong type of detergent that creates too many
suds. These suds collect in nooks and crannies and cause mold. Switch from
liquid to powdered detergent.First wipe the inside of the washer, especially
the area where the door seals to the inside. Mold can collect around the
insides and folds of the rubber seals. Get in there and make sure you cleaned
it all. You can use bleach or Pinesol.
run a cycle of hot water along with two cups of vinegar or lemon juice to
loosen up soap and grime. Remove the fabric softener receptacle and soak it in
hot water and detergent. Clean the bleach dispenser with a spray cleaner and
paper towels and Q-tips. Don't forget to clean the top rim of the wash bucket
as it is up and under where it can't usually be seen easily and becomes dirty.
Run the washer empty on a hot cycle one more time.
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susds error is a an fault error ....the machine has detected excessive tub pressure could be from not using "HE Soap ....if your are good but you might be using to much.... whens the last clean cycle you have ran to clean excess inner tub buildup on your washer .....
1 #drain all water out of filter sump behind lower front axcess panel make sure washer is unpluged
2# reinsert filter sump and and leave axcess panel off u make have to do this several times...
3# now check black rubber hose that goes from pump to bottom of tub remove clamp check for any obstructions in bottom of tub clean float ball of debris and reinstall and reconnect clamp to buttom of tub..
4# now pour 1 cup of vinegar directly in the tub where your clothes go and shut door( dosent mater what kind of vinegar or an affresh tablet
5# plug washer back in now lets run a clean cycle or any cycle that usues hot water ....
6# if unit suds code again this could happen a few times we need to flush out the buildup you may have to repeat steps 1-6 a couple of times....
Try pouring a cup full of distilled white vinegar into the soap dispenser drawer while it is
filling up on a hot wash. Don't put any washing in, just let the machine
go through the full cycle. Repeat if necessary.
You may be able
to scrub lightly affected areas of the door seal with a scourer or old toothbrush etc. and something like Jiff. To
be on the safe side you should wear goggles and a mask when dealing with black mold.
It may be worth trying a black mold remover available from
supermarkets but read the instructions to make sure it is safe to use
on rubber if intending to use it on the door seal. If badly affected -
the only way to get rid of it - is to replace the door seal.
this might be coming from the rubber door seal clean it all the way round make sure holes at bottom are not blocked and the rubber door seal is all clean. also clean the draw so there is no power left in there and it is all clean. also a good thing to do is run it though a cleaning cycle with normal detergent at max temperature that the machine can do. hope this helps.
F35 has to do with the pressure switch which is located under the top panel on the back right. It will have a little black hose hooked to it. This happens when SUDS or detergent somehow gets up into it and usually locks unit out. Only solution is to replace pressure switch. You can find the tech sheet behind the bottom front panel usually tape to the back side of that panel or taped to the bottom right side inside unit. Hope this helps
In most dishwashers is does not matter, what I am saying is the door does not seal to the unit like you think it would, there is not tight seal like on a refrigerator, in most cases the bottom lip of the door just closes over a lip on the tub of the washer. So for people that add to much detergent or the wrong kind can get suds coming out of the bottom. There is a float valve that stops the washer from overflowing(overfilling) in the bottom, kind of looks like a mushroom, check around this to make sure nothing stuck around it or under it. It should be able to move up and down freely. Any questions please post back,everyone is happy to help.
I had a similar problem with a KUDM25SHWH1 dishwasher. Rubber seal looked fine. I found an incredible tip on another fixi it site. One possible problem iss the pump cover screws may have worked loose and is squirting water directly on the door seal. Man that was it! I saw a couple of looses screws and a small portion of the pump cover gasket showing. I loosened the pump top, reset the gasket tightened it all down...no leaks! The pump I refer to is located directly below the spray arm inside the washer. Easy to get to. Another tip was to look for a split sspray arrm that may spray water directly into the door seal.
Mold and bacteria in your door seal is a symptom of problems deeper inside the unit. All washers - not just Whirlpool, have this problem. The area of worst buildup is always on the inside of the plastic outer tub just above the normal waterline where suds and soiled water splash up and don't get rinsed out. To clean this problem area add 1 or 2 caps of smelly washer cleaner to a full load of laundry. The added bulk of the laundry will raise the water level to include the "splash area". Intermittently pause to soak more extreme cases.
Just take off the bottom kickplate (3 screws on the bottom). You'll see the pump front and center. Twist the front face of the pum slowly to the left. All the trapped water will flow right out towards you. There could be a sock or some other debris there. Unclog, screw that faceplate back in and start it up.