Your Frigidaire Affinity Front Load washer displays E21 on the screen and you are wondering how I can fix it or do I have to call an appliance repair expert. Well don’t worry! It is a common problem where water is not pumping out fast enough. Just understand and follow the instructions given below to have the washer repair service done by you.
One of the likely reasons could be a clogged drain filter. You have to take the panel in the rear out of the machine. Pull your machine out of the wall first then take out the panel. Now you must be able to see the drain pump. There is a drain filter inside this pipe. Disconnect the pipe between the pump and the tub. Clean this filter and reassemble the disconnected parts. Also, make sure the drain hose is only 6-8 inches down in the drain pipe. Put your machine back into the wall and give it a roundup. Your problem should be solved by this.
Perhaps a fix-it video can make you understand it better!
If you feel that this washing machine repair is beyond your ability then remember an inexpensive and time saving solution would be to call Appliance Guru home appliance repair service expert team to do the job in no time for you. If you have a problem of washer repair in Nassau County then give us a call at (631) 517-4341 or schedule a service with us to get a pre-visit diagnosis of the problem and its affordable solution.
Go Green is the lifeline for today and tomorrow. Many households and businesses has adopted this lifestyle and made it a routine to recycle newspapers, glass and aluminum cans. Recycled plastic is also used in most of the detergent and fabric softener bottles. Still, there is a lot more that could be done!
Recent reports of dosomething.org reveal that an average person produces 1.5 tons of solid waste per year and a little over 4 pounds of garbage per day. Astonishingly EPA approximates that around 75% of the waste Americans make is recyclable, of which only a mere 30% is recycled.
Recycling isn’t just throwing stuff into the recycle bin but it’s a little more thought provoking process. So when you’re about to recycle your laundry detergent bottles remember the below things. Cleaning Institute Website suggests a few ideas and tips.
- Don’t leave a drop in the bottle. Well you must be thinking its common sense but trust us it’s not. Most people do not consume the entire detergent bottle and throw it away. Get rid of it and pour it down the drain if the product is designed to be used with water.
- Make sure it’s clean. Rinse it out!
- Identify the type of plastic by checking the code on the bottom of the bottle. This will tell you if the product is accepted by your recycling community.
- Very few communities accept caps and pump spray tops. Check if yours does. You’ll most likely have to find another way to use them of have them disposed separately.
- Check for any label removal requirements by your community. Though most communities’ rules allow you to leave labels on empty bottles but it’s always better to check.
- Save space on the pickup truck. Flatten out or squash your bottles, if you can.
Remember those dishwashers made years back with big old honking motors that shoved the water with pressure and blasted your dishes clean. DP940PWPQ2 is an example model number of these classic dishwashers which were also sold under the name Kenmore. Pity is they make such models anymore. Now the dishwashers come with a separate pump and a baby wash motor.
Now these old machines too needed repair and maintenance. However, the difference between those classic ones and the new baby ones is that the old ones were usually quite simple and low cost to repair like the one we’re about to see here.
Most common problem with these old sea horses was that they won’t drain the dirty water out of the basin. Following things show that there a problem with the washer drain;
- Dirty dishes at the end of wash cycle
- Wash cycle ends but dirty water is still in the basin
- Dirty water will not pump out of the basin
It’s an easy problem to fix and usually doesn’t require any parts given you do it correctly. Have a look at this video to learn how to drain the dishwasher yourself.
Sometimes you’ll see weird stuff stuck in the check valves. You may find
If you still feel you cannot do it all on your own then call at (631) 517-4341 and allow an Appliance-Guru dishwasher repair expert to fix it for you.