Amana washing machine error codes are essential for users to quickly diagnose their appliance’s condition. These codes identify performance-related issues, allowing users to perform maintenance or seek technical support as needed. Understanding these error codes is crucial for Amana washing machine owners.
|nd||The water level fails to drop below the Low Water level reset within 15 minutes, before a spin begins. Diagnostic code: 1|
|LO||Door failed to unlock after 3 attempts. Diagnostic code: 2|
|nF||Continuous fill of 12 minutes. Total fill of 14 minutes. Diagnostic code: 3|
|FL||Door failed to lock after 3 attempts. Diagnostic code: 4|
|LE||Water sensor level fault. Diagnostic code: 8|
|OE||A fault is detected in the water level sensor. Data (frequency) shows the water level is at or above the overflow level. Diagnostic code: E|
|E2||A key is sensed to be pressed more than 30 seconds, the key will be assumed to be stuck. Diagnostic code: 15|
|dc||Never exceeded 400 rpm due to an unbalanced load. Diagnostic code: 10|
|od||The door has not been opened after two complete wash cycles. Door switch was not seen open since the last two final spins. Diagnostic code: 17|
|dL||Open door lock switch with motor running. Diagnostic code: 18|
|dS||Door switch is read as open and the door locked switch is read as locked. Diagnostic code: 22|
|bE||Motor tach signal exists without motor running. Diagnostic code: 25|
|tE||Abnormal high/low temp or ohm resistance seen. Diagnostic code: 29|
|E3||Machine control is attempting to drive the motor but is not seeing any tach response. Visual check shows motor is not moving. (Locked, Hall Sensor fault) Diagnostic code: 2E|
|Sr||System Relay failure. Diagnostic code: 34|
|3E||Over Current is detected. Motor won't turn. Diagnostic code: 3E|
|2E||Voltage for motor control bus is over specified limit. Diagnostic code: 91|
|2E||Voltage for motor control bus is under specified limit. Diagnostic code: 92|
|dET||Detergent cartridge not detected in the dispenser.|
|Int||The cycle was paused or canceled.|
|rL F34||Items were detected in the washer during the Clean Washer cycle.|
|Sud or Sd||There are too many suds in the washing machine.|
|F5 E2||The door is not locking properly.|
|F7 E1||Indicates a motor speed sensing error.|
|F8 E1 or LO FL||The washer is sensing a low flow of water.|
|F8 E2||Indicates there is a problem with the Dispenser System|
|F9 E1||Indicates that drain times are longer than expected, typically over eight (8) minutes.|
|Other F# E# code||Indicates other error|
Trouble: Rattling and clanking noise
- Loose objects, such as coins or pins, in tub or pump
- Belt buckles, metal fasteners hitting wash tub
- Stop washer and check tub. Remove loose objects. If noise continues after washer is restarted, objects may be in pump: call your authorized servicer
- Close zippers, buttons, and fasteners. Clothing with buckles must be turned inside out.
Trouble: Thumping sound
Possible Cause: Heavy wash loads; unbalanced loads
Solution: Usually normal, but unbalanced loads should be redistributed. Stop washer and rearrange load.
Trouble: Vibrating noise
- Washer not resting firmly on floor
- Wash load distributed unevenly in tub
- Shipping plug not removed during installation
- Make sure floor is strong enough for washer. Adjust leveling legs so washer rests firmly on floor. See Installation Instructions for leveling details
- Stop washer and rearrange load
- See Installation Instructions for details on removing shipping plug.
Trouble: Washer does not start
- Electrical power cord may not be plugged in, or connection may be loose
- Fuse blown, circuit breaker tripped, or power outage occurred
- Water supply faucets not turned on
- Timer knob/cycle selector set incorrectly
- Motor overheated
- Make sure plug from power cord fits tightly into wall outlet
- Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker. Do NOT increase fuse capacity. Call qualified electrician to correct circuit overload problem. Call local utility company to correct power outage
- Turn on water supply faucets.
- Move indicator slightly clockwise. Pull out on timer knob.
- Internal overload protector automatically stops motor in event of overload.
Trouble: Wash load too wet after spin
- Overloaded wash tub
- Unbalanced load
- Kinked drain hose
- Do not overload washer. See Washing Guide for details
- Rearrange load to allow proper spin
- Straighten drain hose
Trouble: Water enters slowly or does not enter washer
- Inadequate main water supply
- Water supply faucets partly closed
- Water being used elsewhere in house
- Clogged water inlet filters
- Kinked water inlet hoses
- Check water pressure at another faucet in house. Wait for water supply and pressure to increase.
- Fully open hot and cold water supply faucets
- Water pressure must be at least 20 psi (138 kPa). Avoid running water elsewhere when washer is filling.
- Disconnect water fill hoses from faucet. Clean and reposition screen filters. Reconnect water fill hoses.
- Straighten hoses.
Trouble: Water level does not cover clothes
- Incorrect water level/load size selection
- Overloaded wash tub
- Select higher water level/load size. Add water by turning selector to RESET and back to larger load size.
- Do not overload washer. Largest dry load level should not be higher than bottom of fabric softener dispenser or top of agitator.
Trouble: Warm or hot water not hot enough
- Water heater temperature set too low; water heater too far from washer
- Hot water being used elsewhere in house
- Use candy/meat thermometer to measure hot water temperature at nearby faucet. Water temperature should be at least 140°F (60°C). Adjust water heater as necessary.
- Avoid using hot water elsewhere before or during washer use, or there may not be enough hot water for proper cleaning. If problem continues, enlarge capacity of hot water system, or use for only one application at a time.
Trouble: Water leaks
- Loose fill hose connections
- Clogged drain pipes
- Changed water levels during fill
- Check and tighten all hose/faucet connections. Install rubber sealing washers provided.
- Unclog drain pipes. Call plumber if necessary.
- Always use RESET on water level switch when changing water level. Do not hold switch at RESET; return switch to desired load size.
- Use less detergent.
Trouble: Incorrect wash and rinse temperatures
Possible Cause: Hot and cold water hoses connected to wrong supply faucets
Solution: Check hose connections. Connect hot water hose to hot water faucet; connect cold water hose to cold water faucet.
Trouble: Water enters washer, but tub does not fill
Possible Cause: Incorrect standpipe height for drain hose
Solution: Recommended standpipe height is 36” (91.44 cm); for low standpipes, install Siphon Break Kit.
How do I reset my Amana washer?
To reset Amana Washer, unplug the machine, then press and hold the "Start or Pause" button for five seconds. Plug the unit back in.
What is the error code DC on Amana front load washer?
The UE or DC error code indicates unbalanced load. 5 Open the door, take out the clothes, put them back in, and then close the door.
What does F5 E3 mean on Amana washer?
This error code indicates that the door is not locking properly.
Where is the reset button on a Amana?
Locate the “cool” and “heat” buttons. Press down on both buttons simultaneously. While holding both buttons, turn the master switch to the “on” position. A red light beside the “off” button means you have successfully reset your Amana PTAC unit.
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