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davdups

Member Since 21 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 08 2013 07:12 PM

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In Topic: Whirlpool WFW9150WW00 Trouble Code 1 8

28 July 2013 - 08:54 PM

Not really, the washer is in a close fitting area and like many Florida homes almost in the kitchen.  Any unbalance condition would be quickly noticed, we do not run the washer unattended. The hose slid on very easy and seamed very likely to drop off again without some type of clamp. 


In Topic: Whirlpool WFW9150WW00 Trouble Code 1 8

27 July 2013 - 12:45 PM

Sensei

 

Today's top removal exposed the obvious issue, the pressure switch hose fell off.  It is returned to its rightful place and secured from further meandering with a bit of wire lightly tightened as a hose clamp.  To all future techs, I suggest a small clamp or made up twist of wire to prevent your hose from jumping off the switch.  

 

Thanks for saving me a service call and helping me keep my wife fooled into believing she can not live without my skills with tools. 

 

David 


In Topic: Whirlpool WFW9150WW00 Trouble Code 1 8

26 July 2013 - 05:46 AM

Follow up 

 

In an attempt for a fast fix I pulled the hoses off to check flow.  Good stream of water but the inlet filters were clogged.  After cleaning both inlets I pronounced the problem solved, the washer disagrees.  After completing the fill, it returns to F8 E1 and stops.  I will deep dive into the pressure switch and other diagnostics this weekend.  


In Topic: Whirlpool WFW9150WW00 Trouble Code 1 8

22 July 2013 - 10:12 AM

OK that makes more sense.  Trust me to get it bas ackwords.  I will work through the trouble guide tonight. 



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