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Model # AW-E900LT Thailand version but it's not even listed on Toshiba Thailand's website.  I keep getting E6 error.  The manual doesn't state the cause.  I searched the internet and got conflicting answers.  Some say not enough water flowing, debris clogging the drain and or washer not level.

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11 minutes ago, ilikethai said:

Model # AW-E900LT Thailand version but it's not even listed on Toshiba Thailand's website.  I keep getting E6 error.  The manual doesn't state the cause.  I searched the internet and got conflicting answers.  Some say not enough water flowing, debris clogging the drain and or washer not level.

I don't know anything about Toshiba codes specifically...but more than likely the drain screen/filter is clogged. Many washers (my Electroluc for example) have a panel lower front access to drain and filter that is supposed to catch stuff people forget in their pockets...small rubber bands, etc etc. I cleared it once and found a few hair bungee things the girlfriend leaves in her pockets. Supposed to check every month...but it's a pain as you need to drain it into a pan near the floor...so I rarely do it...but maybe this weekend...Lockdown activity

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On 1/8/2021 at 10:47 AM, tonray said:

I don't know anything about Toshiba codes specifically...but more than likely the drain screen/filter is clogged. Many washers (my Electroluc for example) have a panel lower front access to drain and filter that is supposed to catch stuff people forget in their pockets...small rubber bands, etc etc. I cleared it once and found a few hair bungee things the girlfriend leaves in her pockets. Supposed to check every month...but it's a pain as you need to drain it into a pan near the floor...so I rarely do it...but maybe this weekend...Lockdown activity

Thank you but I don't see it anywhere. Unless you meant the rectangle finger size lint filter inside the tub

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20 minutes ago, ilikethai said:

Thank you but I don't see it anywhere. Unless you meant the rectangle finger size lint filter inside the tub

Your machine may not have it or it may be inaccessible to regular user. I think the point of it is a post filter to prevent damage to the pump by junk that he's past the lint filter.

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On 1/8/2021 at 11:09 AM, maxpower said:

Top search results reveals this musical video.

 

 

I followed the video and it's working!  But I also noticed the part was beatup and old and for sure the repairman from last yr must had switched out that part like in the video with an old one because it was so rusty I had to replaced the part brand new.  You saved me from buying another washer!  And lesson learn always check the repairman's work.

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ok, take that back.  I was going to reply back few months ago but my computer broke.  PLEASE DO NOT FOLLOW THIS VIDEO!  You will damage the device in particle and will cause you more than 2,000 baht!  The youtuber doesn't know what's he's doing.  How I fixed it was realign the "click" hook and making sure it doesn't over turn or under turn (very hard to describe).

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