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Not sure I understand how the "F35' code relates to the "F " code, it is quite possibly the cause. I would check the filter just behind the bottom panel. I found a comb and other junk in the filter probably blocking the water flow. The bottom panel can be removed by using a metric socket 7mm three screws near the bottom. After removing all three screws just pull outwards on the front bottom panel. Inside you will see a dial which loosens by twisting counter clockwise. Clean out the plastic filter and put everything back together. Search YouTube HE3 if you want to see a video of this process. Could be other places blocking the water exit or as already mentioned some kind of air pressure issue.
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+Update to previous response, the error code is a little tricky to read it displays the "F " first and then alternatively flashes the second part of the code like "06" which you may mistaken for how many minutes are left. A common code for your issue might be F06 when combining the two parts of the code. A washer stopping just before the high spin cycle could indicate a MCU board issue, bad connection to the board in the top of the machine, bad connectors or even a motor issue. Having the correct code will help narrow down your particular issue.

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Not sure I understand how the "F35' code relates to the "F  " code, it is quite possibly the cause.   I would check the filter just behind the bottom panel.   I found a comb and other junk in the filter probably blocking the water flow.   The bottom panel can be removed by using a metric socket 7mm three screws near the bottom.  After removing all three screws just pull outwards on the front bottom panel.   Inside you will see a dial which loosens by twisting counter clockwise.   Clean out the plastic filter and put everything back together.  Search YouTube HE3 if you want to see a video of this process.   Could be other places blocking the water exit or as already mentioned some kind of air pressure issue.

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