Answer to "washer has had the error codes F03 and E01."Prior to any parts replacement. 1. Fill each cavity of the dispenser with a high strength degreaser. 2. Run system clean. Setting is at 6 O'clock position. Repeat with CLR cleaner. 3. Fill each cavity of the dispenser the CLR cleaner. 4. Run system clean. Setting is at 6 O'clock position. Change how soap is placed in the machine. 1. Add 1 cup of Borax to the tumbler only. 2 Run a few times with 1/3 of the load. Diagnostic # Does the washer run a few loads or at least get past the wash and stop with Error code before rinse ? (1) Remove the top panel and locate the black tube in the back right side near the drain port . Twist the sensor that is attached to the bracket about 1/4 turn to release. (2) Hold the sensor while grasp the black rubber tube at the closest point on the sensor port and gently rotate the sensor while rotating the rubber tube until it breaks contact with sensor port and you are able to remove the tube from the sensor. (3) Reattach the sensor to the washer frame. (4) without pulling on the...
Answer to "washer has had the error codes F03 and E01."I am happy to say I have run 20 loads of various types without any error codes. The repeat maintenance I performed was the CLR decalcification clean under the system clean cycle of hot water cycle (such as towels). When the error E03 occurred I: Vacuumed the drain port while the pump was draining. Repeated until door lock opened. Placed CLR in all the dispenser trays (total) 1/8 cup. Added 1/4 cup of baking soda to the bin Ran a hot cycle or the system clean cycle On the next load I added only 1/2 the normal amount of clothes for 4 load cycles. Used 2 Table Spoons of Tide HE laundry detergent and 2 Tables Spoons of Softener. Ran hot water cycles Repeated the cleaning cycle with CLR after each cycle. Now the E03 error is gone and the washer runs consistently. I believe this cleaning method is a first diagnostic approach to help isolate any other issues. It can save on any physical repair or call to a tech.
Answer to "washer has had the error codes F03 and E01."I have a Whirlpool front load washer with the FO1 and EO3 error. This indicates that water is detected by the pressure sensor water level circuit. I realise some patients is needed in my analysis. I hope it helps you address the issue with some valuable insight. Make some observations. You may smell the inside of the washer. Does it smell damp with sour soap washer residue ? Consider that there is a buildup of scum throughout the washer. Disconnect the power and remove the rubber connector from the drain port of the machine at the top left. Attach a shop vacuum hose so that it fits over the drain port to remove the residual water and potential build up. reattach the drain hose. Add two table spoons of a water based degreaser such as Zep Orange Citrus to the bleach section. Add vinegar to the rinse softener section. Add 3 table spoons of CLR to the detergent section. Add 4 table spoons of baking soda to the tumbler. The degreaser, vinegar, and CLR will clean the dispenser and enter through the water inlet...