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 Posted: Fri Sep 3rd, 2010 02:06 pm
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Unit runs part of cycle then flashes SUDS & F35 CODE. I am not sure but I seem to recall something about the presure switch. Would appreciate any help before I go on the call. HERB

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Very common problem among folks using non-HE detergent in these washers. For more info and a link to the required part, see this post:

http://fixitnow.com/wp/2010/08/10/whirlpool-duet-steam-washer-f35-error-code/



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Customer said they were useing HE detergent.

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r&htelevision wrote: Customer said they were useing HE detergent.
detergent maker's recommeded amount  ? ? ...

that may be too much



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r&htelevision wrote: Customer said they were useing HE detergent.
detergent maker's recommeded amount  ? ? ...

that may be too much


Almost always is. You can take the manufacturer's recommended amount and at least cut in half and you'll still be using plenty of detergent to do the laundry.



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Thanks alot for your help. HERB

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Need a pressure switch

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