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Darryl Schweitzer

Fridaire front load machine sucks in a little water then stops responding LTF2140ES0

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Hello my Fridaire Front Load wash machine model number LTF2140ES0 is not running through any cycles. When I set the dial and press start the door locks and it sucks in a little bit of water and then just stops. The door stays locked and the LED's all stay on but the machine itself doesn't do anything. When I hit the stop button it unlocks the door and won't drain or anything like that. I am wondering if this sounds like a problem which could be fixed easily or if its going to be more trouble then anything else. I have an older machine to take its place but the front load has water in it and I would like to know how to drain that. I really appreciate any advice I could get on the subject thank you in advance!

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What happens when you manually move it to DRAIN/SPIN?

The last one I had that did the same thing was a faulty motor control board in the bottom of the machine.

Tech sheet should be found in the bottom taped to the side panel inside the machine.

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I would also check pump and dispenser door.

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Get the tech sheet from behind the bottom front panel and try putting the machine into diagnostic mode. Do tell.

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