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How do you fix the Cabrio washer?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

A cabrio washer is a washing machine that has a removable lid. This error code happens when the lid is not properly secured.

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1. Ensure that the washer is properly plugged in and that the outlet is working

  1. Verify that the washer is properly plugged in by checking the outlet. If the outlet is working, then the washer may not be plugged in correctly.
  2. Verify that the power is turned on to the washer by checking the breaker box or by checking the switch.
  3. Verify that the washer is properly connected to the power by checking the plug and the wires.
  4. Verify that the washer is properly connected to the outlet by checking the outlet and the plug.

2. Check the water supply hoses to ensure that they are properly connected and that there is water flowing to the washer

To check the water supply hoses, turn off the water supply to the washer and check the water flow from the water inlet to the washer. If the water flow is low or nonexistent, the water supply hoses may be blocked or defective. To check the water supply hoses, turn off the water supply to the washer and check the water flow from the water inlet to the washer. If the water flow is low or nonexistent, the water supply hoses may be blocked or defective.

3. Inspect the door seal and ensure that it is clean and free of debris

  1. Open the door of the car.
  2. Look for any water or debris on the seal around the door hinge.
  3. If there is water or debris on the seal, use a cleaning rag to clean it off.
  4. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the seal around the door hinge.
  5. Close the door of the car and check for leaks.

4. Run a test cycle to see if the washer is functioning properly

  1. Remove the washer from the machine.
  2. Inspect the water inlet and outlet hoses to make sure they are not kinked or crimped.
  3. Check the washer drain hose to make sure it is not plugged or clogged.
  4. Inspect the machine for any damage.
  5. Check the water inlet hoses for leaks.
  6. Check the water outlet hoses for leaks.
  7. Check the machine for any damage.
  8. Check the washer drain hose for leaks.
  9. Check the machine for any damage.
  10. Reconnect the washer to the machine.
  11. Run a cycle.
  12. Check the water inlet and outlet hoses for leaks.
  13. Check the machine for any damage.
  14. Check the washer drain hose for leaks.
  15. Check the machine for any damage.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Clean the washer according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  2. Call a repair technician if the washer is still not working properly.