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Kenmore Elite (110.47781701) HE5t Steam - F35 Error

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Kenmore ELite HE5t Steam

Model: 110.47781701

I understand the "SUD" error followed by the "F35"error is a sign that the analog pressure switch needs replacement. Is there any way to check for an obstruction in this line before I fork out the $114 for the pressure switch?

I read on a different forum (on epinions.com) where someone found a pen obstructing this line, but I can't find the necessary diagrams so I can do this myself. I did take off the lower front panel of the washer, drained the debris trap and inspected, but there was almost NOTHING in there (just a tiny bit of dirt build-up).

Any advice is appreciated.

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which tube/line should I check for obstructions? The black line shown as #21 in the diagram above?

anything else before I fork over the $100 for the part?

Thanks!

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If that black tube is the one attached to the pressure switch, remove and blow through the tube.......Most generally the tube is not obstructed, the pressure switch just failed..... <_< .....You can purchase from repairclinic and not worry about the price, which appears to have dropped by $14 dollars in your last posts :teehee: ........ The last customer I serviced, she had switched brands of detergent and was using the same amount but more suds were visable, just something to ask...

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