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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! The issue is probably with the pressure switch, provided the water is draining from the machine okay. If you remove the top from the machine (screws along back edge), the pressure switch will be found right at the top of the cabinet. It will have a very small hose attached to it. If you remove that hose and blow through it, does air easily pass?
May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
The model tag will be around the door opening once the door is open. Let me know what you find with the pressure switch. I will be around all day tomorrow.
No, that is a part number, probably from the tag you read it from. The model will look like WF42H5200AP.
Great, thank you! The attached pages will show you how to initiate the service mode to retrieve error codes. Can you post what you find. please?
That error means there was an issue with the door switch at some point. It may be that the secondary switch in the lock is not working. Does it spin at any point, even if just after the wash cycle before it goes into rinse cycle?
Sure sounds like the pressure hose may be restricted and keeping the control thinking that there is more to drain out. Are you seeing a lot of soap suds during a cycle? That can cause issues like that, too.
Sure, the top has to be removed, then you can simply remove it from the switch and blow through it. Detergent and softener residue have a tendency to migrate to the opening and plug it, so blowing through it is usually very effective in assuring it is clear.