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How do you fix Whirlpool washer error codes?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The whirlpool washer error codes indicate that there is a problem with the washer. This error code can happen for several reasons, such as a problem with the washer's electrical system, a problem with the washer's water supply, or a problem with the washer's pump.

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1. Check the water supply hoses for kinks or leaks

The first step in checking the water supply hoses for kinks or leaks is to remove the water hoses from the washer. Second, check each hose for kinks or leaks. If there are any kinks or leaks, fix them using a hose clamp or a piece of duct tape. Third, reconnect the hoses to the washer and check for water flow. If there is no water flow, fix the hose connections. If there is water flow, check the water supply line for leaks. If there are any leaks, fix them.

2. Check the drain hose for kinks or leaks

  1. Remove the drain hose from the washer.
  2. Inspect the hose for any kinks or tears. If there are any kinks or tears, fix them using a hose clamp.
  3. Inspect the hose for any leaks. If there are any leaks, fix them using a hose clamp or a sealant.

3. Clean the lint filter

  1. Open the Whirlpool Washer and remove the front panel.
  2. Locate the lint filter on the top of the washer.
  3. Remove the lint filter by unscrewing it.
  4. Wash the filter with water and soap.
  5. Replace the filter and screw it back in place.
  6. Replace the front panel and test the washer.

4. Clean the washer tub

  1. Turn off the water supply to the washer.
  2. Remove the front panel of the washer.
  3. Remove the water inlet hose from the tub.
  4. Remove the drain hose from the tub.
  5. Remove the drain pan from the tub.
  6. Remove the dishwasher hose from the tub.
  7. Remove the dishwasher spray arm from the tub.
  8. Disconnect the water supply line from the tub.
  9. Remove the screws that hold the tub to the machine.
  10. Lift the tub off of the machine.
  11. Clean the tub and the machine surfaces.
  12. Install the tub on the machine.
  13. Connect the water supply line to the tub.
  14. Replace the screws that hold the tub to the machine.
  15. Turn on the water supply to the washer.
  16. Reinstall the front panel of the washer.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Check the water level sensor.
  2. Check the door switch.
  3. Check for loose or damaged wires.
  4. Replace the main control board.