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Kenmore Elite HE 3t Error Code F09


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#1 tucco

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Posted 11 June 2005 - 03:50 PM

This code is appearing quite often on my washing machine. It says in the manual that it is an electrical problem but that is all is says. Does anyone know the exact problem and what that fix is? Thanks! Model 42932 (the door has smeared the left side of the info tag so please don't blast me if it is not the correct model number)I did read the first post! LOL

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 05:45 AM

tucco,  F/09 relates to an overflow condition.    Here are some of the potential causes:  drain hose plugged or kinked, check harnesses to drain pump, pressure switch and central control,  make sure they are not loose.  Check drain pump filter for junk in it,   make sure inlet valve is shutting off ok and the pressure switch is ok.   You can drop the bottom panel to look at the pump and filter,  it's right in front.  There are 3 screws on the back of the top panel,   take these screws out and the top panel will slide back and then you will get a look at the central control,  inlet valve and pressure switch....Unplug the machine when you get invloved with all this...Ron

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 07:26 AM

Thank you very much! I'll check it out and post my find!




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