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Old 01-14-2008, 11:14 AM
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My whirlpool duet washer won't drain. It usually shuts off on rinse or spin. The code is f02 which would indicate the need for a new water pump, but the tub also won't spin. The water pump runs but is noisy. Does a faulty water pump stop the tub from moving or do we likely hava a nother problem in addition to the pump?thanks. We just bought this washer used.


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Old 01-14-2008, 08:01 PM
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Check the drain pump filter (#14 on the pump & motor break down diagram) for a foreign objects and hoses for clog.

If there is nothing wrong - replace the pump.

- The part number for the drain pump is AP3953640

- Here are the break down diagrams for the Whirlpool Duet washer Model GHW9100LW1

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Check the drain pump filter (#14 on the pump & motor break down diagram) for a foreign objects and hoses for clog.

If there is nothing wrong - replace the pump.

- The part number for the drain pump is AP3953640

- Here are the break down diagrams for the Whirlpool Duet washer Model GHW9100LW1

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Hi! I have the same problem only the Washer Spins just fine. My Water Pump isn't noisy either. It just displays 'F02' when at the Drain Cycle. After it does this, I unplugged the Machine, removed the Drain Hose and also checked the Drain Hose outlet in the wall behind the Washer. I cleaned everything out and replaced all of it, then I tried it again starting from the Drain/Spin Cycle and it did it successfully. but when I try to start a whole new Wash Cycle, it gives the 'F02' error code again at the first Drain Cycle (after initial Wash). Please help me too. Thank you so much.
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Check the pressure switch as described in the Service manual (page 5-6). Make sure the pressure hose is clean.

If there is nothing wrong, replace the CCU.

If you do need the correct part numbers, post the complete model number of the washer.

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My whirlpool duet washer won't drain. It usually shuts off on rinse or spin. The code is f02 which would indicate the need for a new water pump, but the tub also won't spin. The water pump runs but is noisy. Does a faulty water pump stop the tub from moving or do we likely hava a nother problem in addition to the pump?thanks. We just bought this washer used.
I think I know what the problem might be. I bought my washer used as well and had the same issue after about 4 months. First, disconnect the drain house from the back (the hose that goes to your wall). Take it it outside and blast a garden hose throught it (with a garden hose gun on the end to get good pressure). If that doesn't do it (like it didn't for me) you probably have something stuck where the water begins to drain from the drum (inside the washer). First, try to drain your washer using the drain/spin cycle. If your problem is real bad, this may not work. Then, open the back of it (you'll be surprised at how simple it looks inside). Get on the floor and look under the drum. You'll see a black, ribbed hose that is about 4 inches wide connected to the drum. You'll need to disconnect this...but, know that you'll get some water pouring out. I thought the water wasn't going to stop, but it wasn't too bad. Have about 3 big towels handy. After you remove this (and clean up the water, look at where the other end of that black hose is connected to. I reached in that little hole and pulled out a whole, adult wool sock, 2 baby socks, pieces of paper, coins and a couple of other things. The hole was only about 2 inches wide, and I couldn't believe how many things were in it. That is why I always use those mesh, lingerie bags for socks whenever I do laundry now. I guess the drain in the machine is so powerful that it can just suck socks (and probably wash cloths) and anything small through it. After you clean it out, just reattach the hose the way you took it off, put the back back on and you should be good to go. Good luck.
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First, You don't have to take the back off. If you take the cover off the bottom of the front there is a drain, the cover aka plug screws off, and lots of water will drain out. Clean out what ever is in there.. I had like lots of lint and debri. Simple easy....
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Also, NEVER remove the tub hose at the tub. If you do, you will need to buy a new band clamp, as the spring clamp will be impossible to put back on!
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I did as trnash9 said, after trying everything else. there was a big sock in the hose. i took a clamp and it now will not go on. besides buying a new clamp, any suggestions on how to re-attach this clamp?? thanks!!!
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for an f2 code i start with the pump filter. remove lower front cover plate, remove wiring harness so you can access pump. unscrew pump filter cover. check filter for debris. careful as water will pour out. be prepared. you can remove tub to pump hose from here if necessary to clean further. Do this once a year as a maintenance item and you will save on replacing the pump. best thing is you do not have to pull out the washer. this is all done through the front, quick and easy!
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for an f2 code i start with the pump filter. remove lower front cover plate, remove wiring harness so you can access pump. unscrew pump filter cover. check filter for debris. careful as water will pour out. be prepared. you can remove tub to pump hose from here if necessary to clean further. Do this once a year as a maintenance item and you will save on replacing the pump. best thing is you do not have to pull out the washer. this is all done through the front, quick and easy!
Thanks for all the info didnt know that it even had a filter. It was full of garbage, and works great again Thanks
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