Error Codes in my Whirlpool Front Load Washer

Error CodeErrorPossible Solution
LOC or LCControl Lock has been activatedTouch the Control Lock button, or (on older models) determine which button activates control lock from your Owner’s Manual. Some models require you to press and hold the button.
dETDetergent cartridge not detected in the dispenser.This is on select models. If you are using single-load doses of detergent, ignore this message.
Ensure the dispenser cartridge is inserted correctly and the dispenser drawer is shut completely.
IntThe cycle was paused or canceled.The washer may take 20 to 30 minutes to stop spinning and drain, and will display this error code during that time.
To remove the code, press pause or cancel button twice and the power button once. If the code is still displayed, unplug the washer or disconnect the power for one minute.
rL or F34Items were detected in the washer during the Clean Washer cycle.Remove items from the drum and restart the Clean Washer cycle.
Sud or SdThere are too many suds in the washing machine.The washer will not be able to spin out water with the excess suds. When “Sud” or “Sd” is displayed, the washer automatically extends the rinse time to remove the excess suds. During this time, the washer pauses the tumbling and adds water for additional rinsing. This pause allows the bubbles in the suds to break. This pause and rinsing are necessary and may occur several times to eliminate the suds.
Make sure you are using HE or High Efficiency detergent. Find more information on HE Detergent use in your Washer.
If you used “no splash” or “easy pour” liquid chlorine bleach, you could also have too many suds. This type of liquid chlorine bleach contains a thickening agent that may create excess suds in washers. If this is the case, run the washer with regular liquid bleach products.
The Sud or Sd code may also be the result of a restricted drain hose or standpipe (drainpipe). Make sure that the drain hose is not kinked or clogged. Find more information on How to Install the Drain Hose.
F5 E2The door is not locking properly.Check that there are no items blocking the door and it is closing completely. Press the Pause or Cancel button twice and the Power button once to clear the code.
F7 E1Indicates a motor speed sensing error,The motor can not achieve the correct speed for the cycle selection. Check that:
All the shipping bolts have been removed
The washer has not been overloaded
Press the Pause or Cancel button twice and the Power button once to clear the code.
F8 E1 or LO FLThe washer is sensing a low flow of water.Check that:
The household water supply is turned on and both the cold and the hot water faucets or valves are fully open.
The water inlet hoses are not kinked (learn more about How to check your Fill Hoses if your Washer is not Filling)
There are no anti-flood hoses and controls in the water line connected to the washer (learn more about Should I use Flood Safe Devices on my Front Load Washer
Press the Pause or Cancel button twice and the Power button once to clear the code.
F8 E2Indicates there is a problem with the Dispenser SystemThis is on select models. Verify detergent drawer or detergent cartridge is not clogged with detergent. Find more information on How do I clean my washer dispensers?
F9 E1Indicates that drain times are longer than expected, typically over eight (8) minutes.Make sure the drain hose is not kinked or clogged. Use the U-shaped drain hose form on the drain hose. The standpipe (drainpipe) height requirements are 96″ (244 cm) maximum and 39″ (99 cm) minimum.
Find more information on How to Install the Drain Hose.
Excessive suds may also cause delays in draining. Make sure you are using HE detergent.
Other F# E# codeIndicates other errorUnplug the washer or disconnect the power for one minute and reconnect it again. Reselect the cycle and press Start. If the code persists, Contact Us or Schedule Service Online so a qualified technician can diagnose the washer.

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Error Codes Problem
EE Indoor machine EE fault
E0 Outdoor EE fault
E1 Indoor fan fault
E2 Indoor fan zero-crossing detection abnormal
E3 Indoor coil fault and sensor fault
E4 Indoor ambient temperature sensor fault
E5 Fan Operation Error
E6 Indoor and outdoor machine communication fault
E8 Outdoor communication fault
F1 Compressor starting abnormal
F2 Compressor out of step fault
F3 IPM module fault
F4 Compressor shell roof fault/protection
F5 Discharge temperature sensor fault
F6 Section temperature sensor fault
F7 Outdoor coil temperature sensor fault
F8 Outdoor ambient temperature sensor fault
F9 Outdoor DC fan fault
P1 Outdoor machine AC current protection
P2 Compressor phase current protection
P3 Outdoor unit over-high or over-low AC voltage protection
P4 DC voltage over-high or over-low voltage protection
P5 IPM over-high temperature protection
P6 Discharge temperature overheat protection
P7 Cooling indoor coil anti freezing protection
P8 Cooling outdoor coil overheat protection
P9 Heating indoor coil overheat protection
PC Cooling outdoor ambient temperature over-low protection
PH Heating outdoor ambieent temperature over-high protection
L1 Drive bus voltage over-high protection
L2 Drive bus voltage over-low protection
L3 Drive phase current overload fault
L4 Phase current samping abnormal
U1 IPM Over current protection
U3 Compressor Over current protection
U4 Over voltage protection
U5 Low voltage protection
U7 Over speed protection