The error codes that appear on the Whirlpool Duet washer include "F/H," "F/02," "F/05," "F/06," "F/07," "F/09," "F/10," "F/11," "F/13," "F/14," "F/15," "Sud," "F/dL" and "F/dU." Each error code indicates to the user a different potential problem with the washer or load being washed.
Error codes for a washing machine, such as the Whirlpool Duet front loading automatic unit, can contain a F followed by two digits like F07, F09 and F10. The F07 error code refers to a motor control unit error that may require replacement, and the F09 code stands for an overflow condition. This mode
Some of the error codes that appear on a Whirlpool Duet include error code "F/H," which means there is no water detected; error code "F/02," which means draining takes more than 8 minutes; and error code "F/05," which means there's an error in the water temperature sensor. For a full list of errors
Some common Whirlpool Duet washer error codes are "F/H," "F/02" and "F/09." The "F/H" error code refers to the fact that the washer is not filling with water. This could mean that the water supply valves that connect the supply hoses with the washer are not open.
Whirlpool Duet washer fault codes can be found in the Duet repair guide, which can be found online on websites such as Applianceassistant.com. The Duet repair guide shows possible error codes, what the codes mean and the steps needed to correct each associated problem. The Duet repair guide also inc
As of 2015, consumer reviews for the Whirlpool Duet washer are available on Whirlpool's website, The Home Depot's website and Amazon.com. The washer has received positive overall ratings from users.
As of 2015, the Sears Parts Direct and Appliance Parts Pros websites offer error codes for Whirlpool Duet dryers. Of the two, Sears Parts Direct has the most extensive list.
Whirlpool Duet washers are ENERGY STAR certified, so the appliances meet government standards to help consumers save money on utility bills and conserve natural resources. The Duet washers are also CEE Tier III rated, which is the Consortium for Energy Efficiency's highest efficiency rating.
To unlock the control panel on a Whirlpool Duet washer, hold the End of Cycle Signal button for about three seconds. Once the Control Lock indicator light turns off, the control panel is unlocked.
While consumers of Whirlpool's line of Duet washers largely post very positive reviews on the company's website, some have complained of long wash-cycle times, a noisy spin cycle and a loud signal sound at the end of cycle. A handful of consumers found a problem with the internal computer.