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Cleaning the Mesh Filter on the Washer (WF45K6200)

Clean the mesh filter of the water hose once or twice a year. If the mesh filter is clogged, the “4C” information code appears on the the washer’s display screen.

Cleaning the Mesh Filter

  1. Turn off the washer by pressing the POWER button.


  2. Shut off the faucet.


  3. From behind the washer, loosen and disconnect the water hoses.

    To prevent water from gushing out, cover the hose with a cloth when loosening the hose.



  4. To pull out the mesh filters from the inlet valves, use the needle-nose pliers.



  5. Submerge the mesh filters in water so that the threaded connector is also submerged.


  6. Dry the mesh filters completely. Then, reinsert the filters.

    Keep mesh filters out of direct sunlight.


  7. Reconnect the water hose back to the inlet valve.

    To prevent leaks, make sure the hose is tightly closed.



  8. Slowly turn the faucet back on.

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