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So F35 means that your washer thinks it's flooding and overfilling. There is a pressure switch under the top control panel in the far back right corner and it's the part with a rubber hose connected to it. You'll want to remove the screws coming in from t he back of the top panel and then the top panel will pull straight back, up, and off. Now you can disconnect the small rubber hose and blow through it to make sure it's clear. Reconnect it to the pressure switch and try the washer again. If you still have problems, either the pressure switch is bad or the main control board isn't reading the pressure switch properly. You can't really test between the two so you'd want to replace the pressure switch first since it's cheaper than the control board, then replace the main control board if the problem persisted.
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