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Kenmore 110.47791700 washer code f7
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codes tend to be generic.. It is a speed sensor issue. you need a service call.
F7 error code Kenmore washer
The F7 E1 error code indicates a Basket Speed Sensor Fault
in the top-load, belt-drive washer (VMW). F7 E1 is displayed when the main control cannot determine the speed of basket-or speed changes too quickly.
May 7, 2014
Kenmore VMW (110.21302013) Error Code F7E1 Question
IPSO 50lbs Washer Won't Start?
Check the outlet that our washing machine is plugged into to and to make sure it's working. and has electricity coming from that outlet Then check to see if a fuse has blown or and a circuit breaker blown too. If those do both both work, then see if the delay start button or the control lock feature has been turned on. Try to re set the washing machine by turning it off for a few minutes and turning it back on. It could be an issue with the censor or an issue with your washer electrical parts. Call a person that fixes washing machines to take a look at.
Error code f20, what is wrong?
For Whirlpool washers, F20 indicates no incoming water or that the tub didn't fill to the appropriate level in the expected time. The problem could be simple: open the shut-off valves. (Sometimes, the hoses may need to be replaced. Anti-flood hoses can limit the water flow if they are leaking.) Other issues are a faulty inlet valve or a problem with the flow sensor. Watch the water come into the machine. If it flows in slowly, turn off the shut-off valves. Take the hoses off the washer and place the ends in a bucket. Open one shut-off valve at a time and watch the water flow rate. If the water flows through the hoses at the normal rate, look at the inlet valve. If the water was coming into the washer normally, then the flow sensor may be a problem. This involves a reed switch and an air tube, dirt in the tube can sometimes be blown out which cures the problem. Otherwise, check the reed switch and replace it.
If water pours into the machine and then drains out, check the position of the drain hose. If the hose end is below the water level of the washer tub, the unit will siphon out water as fast as it flows in. If these problems are not seen, then the issue could be the control board not receiving the water level information. Check the wiring for damage (small breaks in the wiring can happen). The wiring harness connections may have corrosion building up. Replace or clean the wires. If needed replace the control board.
I hope this helps.
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