WTW7500GC2 Error Code List

WTW7500GC2 Error Codes

Whirlpool Washer Error Code List

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This Whirlpool Washer error code list applies to model WTW7500GC2 and all the models listed under the related models section below.

Whirlpool Washer WTW7500GC2
Questions For Model WTW7500GC2

E1 F5 error

Hi, WTW7500GC2 model whirlpool top loader washing machine has E1 F5 error. Could please tell me how to fix this? Like which parts needed and how to replace them.

That error is a lid lock assembly failure code. Fault is displayed if lid is in locked state, but lid switch is open; Fault – Lid control not sensing the strike in the lid lock. The lock assembly needs to be replaced. The replacement lock assembly for that model is linked below.

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Lid Lock

im gettin error code e3&f5 what does that mean? im not understanding

The F5 E3 error is a door lock / lid lock error it means the control is not able to actuate the lock to lock the door or unlock the door. The only thing you can do is try and reset the electronics by killing power to it at the breaker/fuse panel on your home for one full minute then restore power. If after that the problem persists replace the door lock. If your model is WTW7500GC2 then the lock assembly you need to replace is linked below:


F2e1 Error Code

Could you tell me what this code means?

The Cabrio Washer F2E1 error code means there is a stuck key on the user interface board.

  1. Unplug the washer for five minutes, plug it back in, and see if the board resets.
  2. If the board does not reset then you can try to take a hairdryer and run the heat back and forth over the user control panel and see if the key will unstick if not you will need to replace the user interface board.

Error Code

How to fix the problem of low flow

Replace the water inlet valve. 

Error Code F3e2

cause and repair for this condition

The F3E2 Error for model WTW7500GC2  is displayed when the inlet thermistor is detected to be open or shorted.

Steps to test the inlet thermistor:

1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Remove console to access main control.
3. Remove connector J2 from the main control. With an ohmmeter, measure the resistance of the temperature. See chart below:

 If the resistance is within the range shown in the table,
go to step 4.
 If the resistance is infinite or close to zero, replace the
valve assembly.
NOTE: Most thermistor errors are a result of the
resistance being out of range. If the temperature

thermistor malfunctions, the washer will default to pre-
programmed wash settings.

4. If the thermistor is good, replace main control


My washing machine is giving me a code of F5 E1. What does that mean and how do I fix it?

The Information for the F5 E1 error can be found at the following link on the site:


How To Replace Water Inlet Valve

I need to know how to remove the control panel so I can replace the water inlet valve

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