Karyn m

05:04AM | 11/29/17
Member Since: 11/29/17
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My washing machine which I purchased used was supposed to work. They lied. Anyway when you turn it on it makes noises like somthing is trying to start. it fills with water but won't agitate or spin. The timer keeps going as if it were working. It does drain. I pulled up some error codes but there were 4 . F2 E1 * Stuck key F5 E1 Lid switch fault. F3E1 pressure system fault. and F7 E5 Shifter fault. Is that even possible to have so many codes at once? Is it even worth trying to fix? It has a digital display also. It looks like such a nice machine and looks like it would do very large loads etc. Is it normal for so many issues at once? I have noticed other symptoms like it trys to start spin before it does anything and it bangs like it would if off balance but just once or twice because it won't spin. I also noticed that sometimes the water level is very low. But when I read about symptoms and what parts are for what symptoms, if I go by that id probably have to replace everything. So Im frustrated and confused. I can't afford to pay someone to check t out either. Besides that I am out the money I paid for a supposed working washer. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank's in advance.
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