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That is a long drain code, either the pump is bad or blocked. Tip the unit against the wall about 45 degrees if possible and remove the pump and check it for blockages. If the pump is blocked or something is jammed in it that will happen. Check the impeller for blockages or damage and if all is clear you will need a new pump most likely. Lastly check the wiring to the pump for any breaks or damage, but here is a link to the pump for you and a video to help you install it or remove the old one.
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You do not have to remove the center agitator at all to get to the pump, you have to tip the unit against the wall to get at the pump