Hello. My name is Jon and I am an authorized Sear's service technician and I can help you today.
The F35 pressure switch error code can sometimes be a false code displayed by a failing computer. The pressure switch controls how the water fills up in your washer. Are you having any issues with the way the machine fills? Does it seem like the washer is not filling with enough water or too much water? If you are getting the F35 error code at the beginning of the cycle or during a rinse and spin cycle, all while the machine is filling, then we would definitely need to look at the pressure switch. If you feel the machine is filling up with the proper amount of water and everyhting seems to be working fine, then you probably have just had a shorted control pad and it is displaying the F35 error. If the machine stops completely and will not let you reset the computer to start another wash, then you would need to replace the pressure switch in your machine. The Sear's website is currently down for maintenance so I am unable to get you the exploded diagrams of your machine and correct part number to the pressure switch. As soon as the website is back up and running again, I will forward you the link to the diagrams so you can see exactly where the pressure switch is in your machine, and also give you the correct part number for the pressure switch.
I will check the Sear's website again within the next couple of hours an get back to you. In the meantime, if you would like to check the pressure switch I would recommend doing so. Sometimes, a build up of a soap scum can clog the airline to the pressure switch and cause the failure you're having. If you open up the machine and find the pressure switch, you can remove the air line from it and blow into it. Open the door to the machine so that you can hear the air coming into the tub from the other end. Blow in the air tube from the end that you have taken off of the pressure switch and if you hear the air escaping through the tub on the other end, your line is clear. If while blowing through the air doesn't come out the other end, then you have a clog in the air line and that needs to be cleaned out first.
I realize you probably need more help finding exactly where the pressure switch is. I'm sorry I can't give you more accurate information because, again, the Sear's website is down right now so I can't get your model diagrams. What I can tell you from experience with working on these machines, on a top load washing machine the pressure switch is usually located in the top console next to the timer. On a front load washer
, the pressure switch is usually located just underneath the top panel of the washer attached to the framing of the machine. for the top load washer, you will have to pull the washer out so you can access the back of the top console, remove the screws to it, and you should see the pressure switch and air hose coming from it. On the front load washer, again, pull the machine out so you can access the back, on the back of the top panel should be two to four screws that you will need to remove so that you can remove the top panel. With those screws removed, and standing in front of the machine, push down slightly on the top panel while pushing the panel towards the back of the machine and it should slide about an inch or two and then you can lift it off. Again, standing from the front of the machine, the pressure switch should be on the right hand side towards the top of the inside part of the cabinet and you should see the air line running to it.
Run the air test on the pressure switch and let me know what you get. If you have any more troubles or questions please get back to me here and I will help you more. As soon as the Sear's website is working again I will send you the link to the diagram of your machine so you can see where the pressure switch is located and what the part number for it is.