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Hello
Stumbled onto this forum trying to find help. Called frigidaire and they told me its a clog goodbye. Can someone point me in the right direction on where to fix the clog.
Thanks for your help

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glttf294es1   :ooo:

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GLTF2940ES1   ?




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yeah thats it guess i copied it down wrong didnt check it before i sent it lol

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are you sure it's error E20 ?



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Yep tried to start it several times it will start up and it stops gives me a e20 code and wont drain has water standing in the bottom of the drum.

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The pump is the first place to check for that clog

Remove the bottom panel and remove the pump cleanout cap.....get ready for all that water to come out.

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Thanks ill give that a try

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check Error code E21  .. should be the same



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Ok well ill say it was clogged. Any know why it would be a problem to used pipe clamps that screw on instead of the plier clamps they have on there now. They seem to be a pain to put back on. oh btw im 1.25 richer now.

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madmax42 wrote: Ok well ill say it was clogged. Any know why it would be a problem to used pipe clamps that screw on instead of the plier clamps they have on there now. They seem to be a pain to put back on. oh btw im 1.25 richer now.

No reason at all not to replace those crappy spring clamps with a good screw clamp.  It will make your life much simpler when you have to go in there to clean out the pump again.



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