Whirlpool washer has a f35 code (analog pressure sensor)
Paul M. • Carlisle, PA • June 13, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Automatic Washer WFW9500TW01
My Repair & Advice
I was searching the web for solutions and came across two folks who had similar trouble code. One fixed his by removing the pump strainer from the pump to find coins blocking water flow, thus the analog water pressure sensor provided a failure response. My issue was solved by following the other hints I got. I ordered a new sensor (switch). It was expensive for what it is, but the washer will not run correctly without it! The part arrived in a very timely manner, and it was the right part. Appliance Parts Pro's always gets it right. I do repair work in general, for myself and others and value a company who gets it right the first time! (so do my customers) Thanks APP for being there when we need parts.....I know that's your business and all that, but not everyone performs as well. The only gripe I have is the price of this little sensor. To me there is no reason for it to cost over $100.....thus the 4 out of 5 review.
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Repair Time Estimate
Less than 15 minutes