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Thread: Kenmore HE 2Plus model 110.* Error Code F24

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    Default Kenmore HE 2Plus model 110.* Error Code F24

    I just discovered this forum...

    Our one month old front loading Kenmore washer had just displayed the Error code F 24

    I have not seen this anywhere in this forum, nor is it documented anywhere. The manual states any undocumented error code is an electrical problem.

    Has anyone seen this error code before?

    Cheers,

    john.

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    Remove the lower panel error code sheet is inside

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    Normaly, that`s the temperature sensor unit. But it can be related to your central control unit ccu if you have a code f1 and f24.

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