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January 11, 2020
Sometime it drain and it could hear a licking sound from the control board when it is in drain mode and it not drain, i check connection from the pump to the board and is connect firm. I had slope hose above the sink, the pump is clogg. What could cause not to drain?
For model number SHP65TL5UC
Thank you for your question. Our sources suggest replacing the micro filter under part PS8730270 for your model to fix the issue! We hope this helps!
The E:15 error code means water is detected in the pan under the unit. There are several ways this can happen.
In this case, it was caused by a bad inlet valve. It did not close properly and led to an overflow of water inside that eventually spilled into the pan underneath the unit.
I see now why the pump keeps running after this error. In this case, it would have led to a big flood in the kitchen if it did not.
I was actually able to run the unit while broke by manually operating the valve under our sink that provides water to the unit.
Be sure to turn off breaker before servicing. Don't get shocked!
Be sure to turn off water before starting! Or, you'll have a flood.
Anyway, I just pulled the unit out (was secured by 2 screws on the sides). I lifted up the insulation material on the left side to get at the valve. Pushed a little green tab to release the electrical plug. Then, use pliers to move clamp off the white water hose on the inside. Then, pull of white hose. This was hard in my case. Took a lot of force. Then, reach behind the unit and use pliers to unscrew water hose. Now, the whole gray panel there can pop out with some force. Then, slip the old valve out and slip new one in. Reconnect hoses and clamp. Note that I put some caulk on the connector where white hose goes. Not sure if needed or not.