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La Kenmore Elite HE3 es una lavadora de Kenmore.

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I'm getting error F35: "analog pressure sensor failure"

After 15 trouble-free years, I'm getting F35 error: "Analog Pressure Sensor Failure".

I've cleaned the filter (not easy to take off the front bottom panel to get to the filter!).

Since the machine is old, is it worth the repair charge or should I buy a new LG 4000 washer?

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Hi @juliet5401,

What is the model number of the washer?

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@jayeff model 110.47701800 THANK YOU!

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Hi @juliet5401

The analogue water pressure sensor detects the level of water in the tub.

As the water fills the tub it rises in a hose linked to the switch and in doing so it increases the air pressure in the hose which acts upon the switch. When the air pressure reaches the amount of pressure equivalent to the water level as selected by you for the wash cycle it turns off the water.

It could be something as simple as a loose or blocked water level pressure hose or a faulty water level pressure switch.

Here's are some links with videos that show how to replace either part. They're only shown to make it easier for you to initially check if the hose it OK and not blocked or come adrift and if the switch is OK.

pressure hose (part # WPW10004260)

To prove the hose is not blocked, remove it at both ends and check if you can blow air through it OK.

water level pressure switch (part # WPW10415587]

Note: If either part is faulty, search online for the part number only to find suppliers that suit you best.

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