this is a list of the error codes https://www.searspartsdirect.com/diy/err...-codes/washer-repair/1234598/kenmore-he5-front-load-washer/0582 F99 is the control F32 is water level sensor. Given your testing, I am leaning toward the control, but since a sensor is a lot cheaper, I would test that first.
That appears to be a 20 yo mower. It was recalled fora leaking gas tank. That is no longer available because Murray is out of business. Replacing the engine will involve careful research into finding an engine that is form, fit, and function the same. Then it is a matter of finding someone mechanically minded enough to figure it all out.
This is from another model response, but I suspect it is probably similar. It may also have latches on the bottom Once you have all the screws out from the back you want to wack the panel from the bottom towards the top of the tv. Essentially there are fixed screws that the back panel is resting on like a picture rests on a screw in the wall. So you want to push it up in the same plane as the tv panel. If you force the back away from the tv you will break those snaps. There are around 4 or 5 screws across the you inside the cover so it can take a lot of controlled force to knock the panel off the screws.
If freezer is not cold, then I would suspect the compressor is not running or is not compressing. Icing up would cause the freezer to be cold but not the refer. The fan just circulates the cold from the freezer to the refer. Icing blocks that flow.
the fuel pump coming on does not put fuel in the engine. The injectors are responsible for that. You need fuel, air and spark. Assuming the air filter isn’t totally blocked which would cause it to flood, and the spark is good, then the injectors are not working. Could be a timing sensor, blocked injectors or computer.
ABS has nothing to do with tranny, but if it is locking up it may seem like the tranny is having a problem since the brakes are on. It might also be the emergency brake. The ABS would be a sensor/computer issue. The E brake would be more mechanical and easier to check.
mine did that and it was because the carburetor float valve stuck and leaked gas into the crankcase mixing gas with oil. When the engine ran it overheated because of the thin oil and stopped. I could restart it, but it would not run very long. Fix the carb and put a shutoff valve in the gas line to prevent it in the future.