I keep getting a FE error code. Smaller loads seem to help but some times the water does not what to stop going into the machine. It is always on the rinse cycle. I alway rinse in cold water. Is this a fill valve issue? or a sensor issue? Part numbers would help. Thanks!!
Answer Hello Robert. It sounds like the unit is siphoning out the water in the unit. Check and make sure there is only 6" of drain hose in the drain pipe. Also, make sure the drain pipe is 36" off the floor in height. You will need to check and make sure the drain hose has an air gap going into the drain pipe. If it is air tight, it will siphon.
During the wash cycle there isn't enough water in the drum. I know it is water efficient but there isn't enough to wash or rinse.
Answer Hello Jarett. The water level in the unit will be low. This is normal. If it were to low, the machine would shut off with an error code letting you know the water level is not correct.
Washer has power but wont start. Display lights up but immediately turns back off when I let go of start button.
Answer Hello Spring. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the PCB 6871ER2019B is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
I Have a WM2277HW I replaced the drain pump the door switch because I was getting errors OE and Door error. My machine cycles all the way to rinse gets stock like for 5-10 mins. and then gives me an OE error. Last night I had to unplug the washer because the door would not open.Someone please help.
Answer German, The "OE" error code indicates a "drain" issue. If the control doesn't see the pump empty, or thinks there's water in the tub, the door will not unlock. Your next check needs to be the water level sensor 6601ER1006E and the air tube between the switch and the tub connection. Disconnect the hose from the switch and blow in the end of the hose, this usually clears any debris or clogs in the hose.