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Current version by: Lisa K ,

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I have this problem, too, and could use some help please. I I left the washer unplugged all night. I’veI’ve removed the drain line and used a shop vac on it. II removed the top panel so I could get the door unlocked. I removed the back panel and cleaned out the drain filter. I still can’t get

I had a hard time getting to where it would even let me run a load. Somehow, through a combination of unplugging it, leaving
the error codes reset sodoor open when I canplugged it back in, turning it on and off, etc., (and lots of luck, most likely), it finally let me push the buttons and run a cleaning cycle. Now what?Then it went back to the E01 F03 error.

I did the unplug it dance again and finally was able to run a load (four towels). Then it did the error messages again (after the load finished).

Now it just has 3 horizontal lines on the display (or the error codes) and won't let me start it. (I've just been running it with vinegar, no detergent, in case that's contributing to the problem.)

I'd appreciate any help and suggestions. Thanks!
I have this problem, too, and could use some help please. I I left the washer unplugged all night. I’veI’ve removed the drain line and used a shop vac on it. II removed the top panel so I could get the door unlocked. I removed the back panel and cleaned out the drain filter. I still can’t get

I had a hard time getting to where it would even let me run a load. Somehow, through a combination of unplugging it, leaving
the error codes reset sodoor open when I canplugged it back in, turning it on and off, etc., (and lots of luck, most likely), it finally let me push the buttons and run a cleaning cycle. Now what?Then it went back to the E01 F03 error.

I did the unplug it dance again and finally was able to run a load (four towels). Then it did the error messages again (after the load finished).

Now it just has 3 horizontal lines on the display (or the error codes) and won't let me start it. (I've just been running it with vinegar, no detergent, in case that's contributing to the problem.)

I'd appreciate any help and suggestions. Thanks!

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Edit by: Lisa K ,

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I have this problem, too. I’vetoo, and could use some help please. I left the washer unplugged all night. I’ve removed the drain line and used a shop vac on it. How do I removed the top panel so I could get the door open? It’s not unlocking.unlocked. I removed the back panel and cleaned out the drain filter. I still can’t get the error codes reset so I can run a cleaning cycle. Now what?
I have this problem, too. I’vetoo, and could use some help please. I left the washer unplugged all night. I’ve removed the drain line and used a shop vac on it. How do I removed the top panel so I could get the door open? It’s not unlocking.unlocked. I removed the back panel and cleaned out the drain filter. I still can’t get the error codes reset so I can run a cleaning cycle. Now what?

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Original post by: Lisa K ,

Text:

I have this problem, too. I’ve removed the drain line and used a shop vac on it. How do I get the door open? It’s not unlocking.

Status:

open