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Dreaded suds F35 errors - After Replacing Water Level Switch and Hose model 110.47781701


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#1 Ritz

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Posted 26 July 2013 - 10:13 AM

I replaced the Water Level Switch and the The Pressure Switch Hose .  Still getting the same 'suds' then 'f35'

 

No other fault codes stored.  Checked all connections. 

 

After messing around with it started working with the old pressure switch installed. 

 

The owner claims this has been an intermittant problem only to become more consistent recently. 

 

All suggestions appreciated. 



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Posted 26 July 2013 - 03:26 PM

Has this customer been using only HE detergent?  If not, the tubing is likely to be gunked up.  In either case, it's a good step to go ahead and remove and clean all the tubing, including the pressure switch tubing.  

 

Check and clean the drain hose.

 

Remove the heating element and check for clogs.

 

Remove and clean the flow meter.  

 

Check all wire connection between the steam control board and the main CCU.  

 

If all that fails to fix the problem, replace the steam control board:  http://www.repaircli...er=110.47781701

 

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#3 nickfixit

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Posted 26 July 2013 - 05:20 PM

If you run it empty on a hot wash, does it begin to show suds that increase the longer it runs? It could have a massive soap build-up in the inner tub.
If not, go with Samurais' plan.

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#4 Ritz

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 09:13 PM

Awesome advice.  Thank you very much. 






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