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Kenmore Elite HE5t Steam model #110.47797800

First off, I really appreciate everyone's posts! For the last few frustrating days of our own SUD/F-35 troubleshooting, they've been a great source of help. We're not out of the woods yet, but I hope we'll once again be doing laundry once our parts come in. Like most on here, I've tried various steps without success. Here's our tale:

1. The lock had been locking, unlocking, locking again for awhile with no SUD/F-35 code. I didn't think anything of it until now. This time, once locked, the water started filling the tank. Before it could finish, we got the blinking SUD code. We waited for that to fix itself and then we got the F-35 code. We pressed STOP.

2. So we tried the vinegar solution. It worked for 1 wash. Then we were back to #1. We tried the vinegar again. Back to #1.

3. We tried the diagnostic test. The washer had no problem working through 00 - 09 with no SUD/F-35 codes.

4. Just short of kicking the machine, we kept trying the Express Wash Cycle just in case it would magically start to work. Nope. It took us back to #1.

5. Stumped, we bought and installed the Washer Water Level Pressure Switch (part: W10415587) AND the Water Level Pressure Switch Hose (part: W10004260) .... and we were back to #1. Nuts.

6. Tried the Drain-Spin cycle. Heard water draining, but within first minute, the SUD code appeared. Grrr ... We waited for a bit and were met with a F-35 code.

7. After reading on the Sears' Part's Direct webpage that we should check the wires leading from the Pressure Switch to the Control Board, we checked. They looked good.

8. Reread #oldturkey03's post above and a few others and decided to look at the clear Washer Drain Hose to see if water was actually moving through it. That's when we realized it was quite dirty and dark gray inside. We removed it.

9. We also removed the Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose and found that the opening (ball side) was rather tattered and torn.

10. So, this is were we are now ... waiting for the arrival of our new Washer Drain Hose (W10003250), Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose (W10003240/WPW10467168) and Washer Drain Pump Assembly (W10117829/W10130913) to arrive from Amazon. We figured we'd better replace it all, just in case! We hope it solves our code issue and our dirty laundry! lol hehe

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編集者: iRobot ,

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Kenmore Elite HE5t Steam model #110.47797800

First off, I really appreciate everyone's posts! For the last few frustrating days of our own SUD/F-35 troubleshooting, they've been a great source of help. We're not out of the woods yet, but I hope we'll once again be doing laundry once our parts come in. Like most on here, I've tried various steps without success. Here's our tale:

1. The lock had been locking, unlocking, locking again for awhile with no SUD/F-35 code. I didn't think anything of it until now. This time, once locked, the water started filling the tank. Before it could finish, we got the blinking SUD code. We waited for that to fix itself and then we got the F-35 code. We pressed STOP.

2. So we tried the vinegar solution. It worked for 1 wash. Then we were back to #1. We tried the vinegar again. Back to #1.

3. We tried the diagnostic test. The washer had no problem working through 00 - 09 with no SUD/F-35 codes.

4. Just short of kicking the machine, we kept trying the Express Wash Cycle just in case it would magically start to work. Nope. It took us back to #1.

5. Stumped, we bought and installed the Washer Water Level Pressure Switch (part: W10415587) AND the Water Level Pressure Switch Hose (part: W10004260) .... and we were back to #1. Nuts.

6. Tried the Drain-Spin cycle. Heard water draining, but within first minute, the SUD code appeared. Grrr ... We waited for a bit and were met with a F-35 code.

7. After reading on the Sears' Part's Direct webpage that we should check the wires leading from the Pressure Switch to the Control Board, we checked. They looked good.

8. Reread #oldturkey03's post above and a few others and decided to look at the clear Washer Drain Hose to see if water was actually moving through it. That's when we realized it was quite dirty and dark gray inside. We removed it.

9. We also removed the Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose and found that the opening (ball side) was rather tattered and torn.

10. So, this is were we are now ... waiting for the arrival of our new Washer Drain Hose (W10003250), Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose (W10003240/WPW10467168) and Washer Drain Pump Assembly (W10117829/W10130913) to arrive from Amazon. We figured we'd better replace it all, just in case! We hope it solves our code issue and our dirty laundry! lol hehe

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オリジナル投稿者: kjanssen ,

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Kenmore Elite HE5t Steam model #110.47797800

First off, I really appreciate everyone's posts! For the last few frustrating days of our own SUD/F-35 troubleshooting, they've been a great source of help. We're not out of the woods yet, but I hope we'll once again be doing laundry once our parts come in. Like most on here, I've tried various steps without success. Here's our tale:

1. The lock had been locking, unlocking, locking again for awhile with no SUD/F-35 code. I didn't think anything of it until now. This time, once locked, the water started filling the tank. Before it could finish, we got the blinking SUD code. We waited for that to fix itself and then we got the F-35 code. We pressed STOP.

2. So we tried the vinegar solution. It worked for 1 wash. Then we were back to #1. We tried the vinegar again. Back to #1.

3. We tried the diagnostic test. The washer had no problem working through 00 - 09 with no SUD/F-35 codes.

4. Just short of kicking the machine, we kept trying the Express Wash Cycle just in case it would magically start to work. Nope. It took us back to #1.

5. Stumped, we bought and installed the Washer Water Level Pressure Switch (part: W10415587) AND the Water Level Pressure Switch Hose (part: W10004260) .... and we were back to #1. Nuts.

6. Tried the Drain-Spin cycle. Heard water draining, but within first minute, the SUD code appeared. Grrr ... We waited for a bit and were met with a F-35 code.

7. After reading on the Sears' Part's Direct webpage that we should check the wires leading from the Pressure Switch to the Control Board, we checked. They looked good.

8. Reread #oldturkey03's post above and a few others and decided to look at the clear Washer Drain Hose to see if water was actually moving through it. That's when we realized it was quite dirty and dark gray inside. We removed it.

9. We also removed the Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose and found that the opening (ball side) was rather tattered and torn.

10. So, this is were we are now ... waiting for the arrival of our new Washer Drain Hose (W10003250), Washer Tub-to-Pump Hose (W10003240/WPW10467168) and Washer Drain Pump Assembly (W10117829/W10130913) to arrive from Amazon. We figured we'd better replace it all, just in case! We hope it solves our code issue and our dirty laundry! lol hehe

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