Why is my washer stuck on wash?

Why is my washer stuck on wash?

If your top load washing machine (or some older front load washers) is stuck on one continuous cycle and will not advance and forward to the next wash cycle, then most likely the washer timer is faulty and needs replacement. The timer on your washing machine controls all aspects of the wash, spin, and rinse cycles.

How do I keep my washer from freezing?

Place an oil-filled radiator heater near the washing machine. Set the thermostat at its lowest temperature to keep the area around the washer just warm enough to prevent freezing.

How do I fix the code f21 on my Whirlpool washer?

When the “F21” error code appears, try pressing “Pause/Cancel” to stop the current wash cycle. If water remains in the washing machine tub, touch “Drain/Spin” to force a secondary drain cycle to remove the water. Once all the water drains, try selecting a new wash cycle and pushing “Start.”

Why does my Whirlpool washer say SD?

“Sud” or “Sd” in display of your Whirlpool Washer This error code indicates excessive detergent suds occurred during the cycle. This could be caused by using too much detergent or not using High Efficiency (HE) detergent.