SUD and F35 code on a Whirlpool Duet Steam Washer


SUD and F35 code on a Whirlpool Duet Steam Washer

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I replaced the Pressure Sensor Switch and am still getting the same SUD and F35 codes-  Should i order part # W10180782 ( central control unit) for model # wfw9500tw01? How do I test the part without installing it? In the event that is not the answer either, I dont want a $250+ extra part? ( return policy)   Can any other diagnostics to be done to narrow down the problem?  thanks!


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The first question is What type of detergent do you use ? (HE or none HE)
How much detergent do you use per load?
And have you ever used a washer cleaner?



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I use an HE detergent ( All or Tide) and use a small amount however, i do add more when i do towels or a big load... i understand now that is not a good idea-

a few years ago i had gotten washer cleaner but have not used them since - ( the washer is about 5- 6 yrs old)
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I would use a cleaner on a front load washer about evey six months
Before replacing any parts use a cleaner first to see if that stops the codes appearing


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great! any particular brand?  thanks!
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I recommend AFFRESH  you can get it almost any where that sales laundry detergent!

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Since the machine shuts down pretty quickly - should I use the machine cleaner in a different mode? Is there a cleaning mode or maintenance mode?
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I show this model has a clean washer code on the 7 o'clock position on the dial

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