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i don't know. for drain, if in a stand pipe, it seems the drain pipe may be partly blocked. if hooked hose runs into sink, sink drain may be partly blocked, if drain water comes out too fast, consider a tywrap to hold a small towel around hose end to stop splashing. do not block the hose outlet.
low hot water flow may indicate supply hose is restricted. please shut off both cold and hot water supply . remove and inspect hot water hose for blockage. some hose have a screen filter in the end that needs cleaning.
if practical, connect the hot water hose to the hot tap and run water into sink to test for a good flow.

Kenmore Washing... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


i don't know. please check your purchase date. this link indicates a 3 year warranty.

https://www.oasiscoolers.com/index.php/onyx-countertop-pou.html

Washing Machines | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


To remove the code, press pause or cancel button twice and the power button once. If the code is still displayed, unplug the washer or disconnect the power for one minute. Items were detected in the washer during the Clean Washer cycle. Remove items from the drum and restart the Clean Washer cycle.Jun 13, 2019

Error Codes in Front Load Washers - Whirlpool Home Appliances


https://producthelp.whirlpool.com > Washers > Washer_Product_AssistanceSearch for: How do I clear the error code on my Whirlpool washer?

Whirlpool... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


i don't know. consider pushing a little on door or lid to see ifyou can restart it.. test washer's recepticle - unplug washer and plug in a lamp or anything to test if it is alive.
if alive, plug washer back in making sure plug is in firm.
if not alive, unplug all and locate fuse or circuit breaker at main home panel. note position of breaker then move it off and on a few times then to on position. if fuses, just replace fuse for washer's recepticle with a good 15 amp fuse. plug in lamp to test it lights. if yes then remove and plug in washer. if not OK, resubmit question with make and model and if having breakers or fuses. thank you.

Washing Machines | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


Vanessa Lopez Oct 12, 2019
I have a Bosch 300 Series on a pedestal. Pull the drawer out completely and reach to the back of the slides, you will feel the plastic release. The left one presses up (pull the drawer a little While you press the tab up), the right one presses down (pull the drawer a little while you press that tab down). Now you can simply pull the drawer all the way out.

Bosch Washing... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


Check the switch with a meter as the new switch may be faulty. Check that the switch opens and closes electronically when the lid is raised and lowered. I have seen the pin that operates the switch break off. Also check for a break in the wiring and also check the connection to the motherboard.

Error "dU" means that the door lock assembly isn't working properly. The washer is trying to continually unlock which is why you hear the clicking noise, but it doesn't sense that the lock is in the unlock position.Mar 12, 2013

How do i clear dU error if nothing is on top of bravos XL washer?


https://www.justanswer.com > appliance > 7mljk-clear-du-error-nothing-top-...

Washing Machines | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


I had a similar problem with mine. The problem turned out to be a blocked drain line. Using a siphon, then sponge and bucket to drain the washer, tip it over and remove drain lines. I was lucky and found several dollars in quarters, along with some other gunk, in a bend of the drain line. Hope this can help.

Washing Machines | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

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