Here’s a snipet I found on the web to one of those appliance parts forums:
“Washer displays SUD and then will display F35. It seems the only way get it to work properly is to unplug the washer, then I run through the rinse and spin cycle first. I can then select a wash cycle. Why does F35 display? What does it mean? Can the code be corrected other than unplugging the machine? Thanks”
Here was the first response:
“Its the water level switch(aka pressure switch) thats bad. Take the top panel off, should be 3 hex screws in the back that hold that panel on, then you will see it on the right side standing in front of your washer. Its orange and brown in color.”
Hold on now… It may not be the water level switch (aka pressure switch). There are some checks you can do now at http://f35error.com/page2.html to help determine if it is the analog pressure sensor, CCU, pressure hose, etc. This way you’re not putting out extra money buying parts you don’t need plus you might get away with just paying $30! That’s right… there are repair kits for both the CCU and the analog pressure sensor for under $30. You will need a voltmeter which every home should have one in my opinion anyway…
I also put together a Kenmore Elite bearing and seal kit which includes the F35 Error kit as well to save you even more cash . See Kenmore Elite Bearing and look towards the bottom of page. You can see bearing and seal kits for other washers at washer bearings.
If you’re getting the F35 and SUD error on your Kenmore Elite, Whirlpool Duet or Maytag Epic front loader see www.f35error.com.
Let me know if you have experienced the F35 and SUD errors and how your repair turned out.
“The Neptune Man”
Wealth By Jeff Hartman
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