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Dryers Errors Alarms

The most common errors:


  

Dryer Aeg - E50: does not turn the basket

Other: E21, E22, E51, E53, E54, E11, E12, E13, E21, E22, E23, E24, E31, E32, E33, E34, E35, E36, E37, E38, E39, E3A, E41, E42, E43, E44, E45, E61, E62, E66, E71, E72, E73, E74, E82, E83, E84, E85, E91, E92, E93, E94, E95, E97, EB1, EB2, EB3, EC1, EC2, EC3, EF1, EF2, EF3, EF4, E00


Dryer Ariston - F13: thermistor open

Other: F01, F02, F03, F04, F05, F08, F09, F10, F11, F12, F15, F17


Bosch dryer - E18: error resistance

Highs: E01, E11, E12, E03, E13, E17, E20, E26


Candy Dryer - E3: full tank

Other: E4, E5, E6, E7, E8, E9, E10, E14, E15


Samsung Dryer - TS: Temperature Sensor

Other: TO, DO, FE, DF, D, BE, OD, ET


Whirlpool dryer - E1 or E2: thermistor

Other: PF, E3, F01, F02, F22, F23, F26, F28, F29


Hoover Dryer - E3: full tank

Other: E4, E5, E6, E7, E8, E9, E10, E14, E15


Ignis Dryer - E1 or E2: thermistor

Other: PF, E3, F01, F02, F22, F23, F26, F28, F29


Rex Dryer - E50: does not turn the basket

Other: E21, E22, E51, E53, E54, E11, E12, E13, E21, E22, E23, E24, E31, E32, E33, E34, E35, E36, E37, E38, E39, E3A, E41, E42, E43, E44, E45, E61, E62, E66, E71, E72, E73, E74, E82, E83, E84, E85, E91, E92, E93, E94, E95, E97, EB1, EB2, EB3, EC1, EC2, EC3, EF1, EF2, EF3, EF4, E00

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BOSCH

CANDY

SAMSUNG

Whirlpool

HOOVER

IGNIS

REX

tS


Thermistor (temperature sensor) is defective (shorted) Unplug the dryer and use a volt / ohm meter to test the resistance of the thermistor. If the resistance is greater than 40,000 Ohm, replace the thermistor. If the resistance is 10,000 ohms, replace the wiring if damaged. If the wiring is correct, replace the electronic control board. Thermistor, wiring, electronic

the control board


tO


Thermistor is defective (electrically open) Unplug the dryer and use a volt / ohm meter to check the resistance of the thermistor. The thermistor should measure around 10K ohms (10,000 ohms) resistance at room temperature (77 degrees). If the resistance of the thermistor is higher than 40K ohms, replace it. If the thermistor resistance is normal, check the wiring and replace the wiring harness for damage. If the wiring is correct, replace the electronic control board. Thermistor, wiring, electronic control panel


do


Unplug the dryer door is open and check for broken links or damaged in the circuit breaker door. Reconnect the wiring if loose or disconnected. Replace the wiring if damaged. Replace the door switch if damaged or defective. Door switch, wire harness


FE


Supply frequency is out of range Have an electrician or control their electricity supplier the power line frequency. If the dryer is always the power to 60 Hz which requires, replace the electronic control board. Electronic control board


dF


Circuit failure Door Unplug the dryer and check for broken links or damaged in the circuit breaker door. Reconnect the wiring if loose or disconnected. Replace the wiring if damaged. Replace the door switch if damaged or defective. Door switch, wire harness



HE or hE


Error heating (gas dryer) Make sure the valve and gas supply to the dryer is completely open. Unplug the dryer and reconnect the wiring connections on the loose coils of the gas valve. Replace the wiring if damaged. Have it checked by a qualified heating system. Wiring, heating components gas dryer



HE or hE


Error heating (electric dryer) Check whether a home switch for the dryer is taken; the dryer will not overheat if a 240 volt power supply pin is turned off. Unplug the dryer and check the electrical connections on the resistance. Reconnect loose wires and replace the wiring for damage. Check the heating element for damage and replace the heating element if defective. Wiring, dryer components electrical resistance



bE


Stuck button on the control panel Press all the buttons on the control panel to free the stuck button. If the button lock may not be released, replace the control of the user interface. User interface control



Or


Drying time excessive Unplug the dryer and check the wiring of humidity sensor bar. Reconnect the wires loose. Replace the wiring if damaged. Replace the bar humidity sensor in case of damage. The humidity sensor bar, wire harness


Et


Malfunction Control Board Disconnect the dryer for 5 minutes to restore the control board. If code returns after restoring power to the dryer

  • Dryers Errors

E21

Pump for filling canisters triac faulty.


E22

Triac "sensing" circuit for the pump canister filling defective


E51

Power Triac motor in short circuit.


E52

Intervention of motor overheating safety cut-out.


E53

Motor Triac "sensing" of the faulty circuit.


E54

Motor - operating.




E11

Poor filling before washing


E12

Difficulties in filling during drying (maximum time of 3 minutes. Fill the drying during the wash load)


E13

Water leaks exhaust pipe improperly positioned


E21

Drain dif


E22

Difficulties in filling during drying or drying condenser blocked (switch closed the "FULL")


E23

Triac defective pump discharge


E24

Malfunction sensing circuit triac for drain pump


E31

Malfunction circuit switch (frequency signal from the pressure out of bounds)


E32

Electronic pressure switch improperly calibrated (level of electronic pressure differs 0-66 mm after initial calibration and exhaust when anti-boiling pressure switch is on "empty")


E33

Inconsistency between level on electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 1-2 (fault persists for at least 60 sec.)


E34

Inconsistency between level on electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 (fault persists for at least 60 sec.)


E35

Overflow error


E36

Detection circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 1 faulty


E37

Detection circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 defective


E38

Takeoff internal pressure is blocked (the water level does not vary for at least 30 seconds of rotation of the drum)


E39

Sensing HV defective on anti-overflow


E3A

Sensing via relay defective heating resistor


E41

Door unlocked


E42

Problem closing of the door


E43

Triac defective power system delay brings


E44

Sensing defective system delay brings


E45

Sensing System Defective by triac gate delay


E51

Power Triac Motor short


E52

No signal from tacho generator engine


E53

Triac Motor circuit sensor fault


E54

Motor relay contacts sticking


E61

Insufficient heating during washing


E62

Overheating during washing


E66

Resistance power relay failure


E71

NTC sensor for wash cycle defective


E72

NTC sensor fault drying condenser (voltage out of range = short circuit, open circuit)


E73

NTC sensor fault drying duct (voltage out of range = short circuit, open circuit)


E74

NTC sensor for wash cycle improperly positioned


E82

Error in location Reset selector


E83

Error reading selector


E84

Circuit "Sensing" in circulation pump triac defective (input signal to the processor always 0V or 5V)


E85

Defective circulation pump (inconsistency between the state of the circuit of "sensing" a circulation pump and the status of TRIAC)


E91

Inconsistency communication between main PCB- display board (versions not compatible)


E92

Inconsistency communication between main PCB- display board (versions not compatible)


E93

Incorrect configuration of the device


E94

Incorrect configuration of the washing cycle


E95

Communication error between microprocessor and EEPROM


E97

Inconsistency between the program selector and cycle configuration


EB1

Current Frequency


EB2

Problems of too high a voltage supply (not correct / disorder)


EB3

Tension too low


EC1

Solenoid operating inactive but the flow meter


EC2

Signal from the turbidity sensor out of limits


EC3

Signal from the weight sensor out of limits


EF1

Exhaust filter clogged (exhaust phase too long)


EF2

Overdose of detergent (too much foam during the phases of discharge)


EF3

Operation of water control


EF4

Low pressure filling water, no sign of the flowmeter and solenoid valve open


E00

No alarm

Error codes for LCD dryers Ariston


F01 - Short circuit traic engine.

F02 - Motor jammed or blocked fan.

F03 - front thermistor open / short circuit.

F04 - No pump drive.

F05 - No feedback from the pump.

F08 - Heater relay static contact with welded closed.

F09 - EEPROM is not programmed or not working.

F10 - City of open heater or an open shot.

F11 - No connection pump.

F12 - Communication error between tabs.

F13 - rear thermistor open / short circuit.

F15 - Heater relay dynamic contact with welded closed.

F-17 - Master relay welded closed.

E: 01, E: 11, or E: 12


Overheating due to clogged air exhaust path Clean the lint filter. Remove any obstructions from the flexible exhaust pipe behind the machine and straighten out any creases. Replace the flexible exhaust pipe in case of damage. Clear the canal system vent to the outside of your home. Check auxiliary damper exhaust outside the house opens properly. Vent pipe exhaust flexible


E: 03 or E: 13


Maximum drying time exceeded The maximum drying is 4 hours. Reduce the size of the load, if the dryer is too full to dry. If the dryer is not always warm enough to dry clothes, unplug the dryer and check the components of the heating elements or gas burner. Replace faulty heating components. The components of the heating system


E: 17


Lint screen temperature sensor error Unplug the dryer and reconnect the wiring on the temperature sensor if loose lint screen. Replace the wiring if damaged. If wiring connections are OK, replace the temperature sensor screen fluff. Wiring, temperature sensor Lint screen (also called the negative temperature coefficient, or NTC)



E: 18


Heater temperature sensor error Unplug the dryer and check the connection of the terminals wire sensor heater temperature. Reconnect the wiring if loose. Replace the wiring if damaged. If wiring connections are OK, replace the sensor heater temperature. Wiring, sensor heater temperature (also called the negative temperature coefficient, or NTC)


E: 20


through E: 26 control module defective Disconnect the dryer for 3 minutes to restore the control module. If code returns is restored, replace the control module. Control module

E3


Water tank full


E4


Program switch faulty



E5


Front NTC fault - temperature sensor detected as being open circuit or shorted



E6


The main electronic control unit fails



E7


Poor air flow detected



E8


Thermal fuse fault detected



E9


Thermal cutting out defective detected



E10


missing load


E14


NTC rear detected faulty



E15


Relay defective heater (models ccondenser dryer) or open (TOC models vented dryer) front

PF

Power cut

If household power goes out and the control board is in RUN or PAUSE mode, the electronic control board displays an error code power failure.


E1 or E2

thermistor Bankruptcy


E3

Touchpad or Software mismatch


PF

Power cut


F-01

Failure of the primary control


F-02

Keyboard / user interface Error


F-22

exhaust thermistor open



F-23

exhaust thermistor shorted



F-26

Drive system of the motor



F-28

humidity sensor open



F-29

humidity sensor shorted

E3


Water tank full


E4


Program switch faulty



E5


Front NTC fault - temperature sensor detected as being open circuit or shorted



E6


The main electronic control unit fails



E7


Poor air flow detected



E8


Thermal fuse fault detected



E9


Thermal cutting out defective detected



E10


missing load


E14


NTC rear detected faulty



E15


Relay defective heater (models ccondenser dryer) or open (TOC models vented dryer) front

PF

Power cut

If household power goes out and the control board is in RUN or PAUSE mode, the electronic control board displays an error code power failure.


E1 or E2

thermistor Bankruptcy


E3

Touchpad or Software mismatch


PF

Power cut


F-01

Failure of the primary control


F-02

Keyboard / user interface Error


F-22

exhaust thermistor open



F-23

exhaust thermistor shorted



F-26

Drive system of the motor



F-28

humidity sensor open



F-29

humidity sensor shorted

E21

Pump for filling canisters triac faulty.


E22

Triac "sensing" circuit for the pump canister filling defective


E51

Power Triac motor in short circuit.


E52

Intervention of motor overheating safety cut-out.


E53

Motor Triac "sensing" of the faulty circuit.


E54

Motor - operating.




E11

Poor filling before washing


E12

Difficulties in filling during drying (maximum time of 3 minutes. Fill the drying during the wash load)


E13

Water leaks exhaust pipe improperly positioned


E21

Drain dif


E22

Difficulties in filling during drying or drying condenser blocked (switch closed the "FULL")


E23

Triac defective pump discharge


E24

Malfunction sensing circuit triac for drain pump


E31

Malfunction circuit switch (frequency signal from the pressure out of bounds)


E32

Electronic pressure switch improperly calibrated (level of electronic pressure differs 0-66 mm after initial calibration and exhaust when anti-boiling pressure switch is on "empty")


E33

Inconsistency between level on electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 1-2 (fault persists for at least 60 sec.)


E34

Inconsistency between level on electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 (fault persists for at least 60 sec.)


E35

Overflow error


E36

Detection circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 1 faulty


E37

Detection circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 defective


E38

Takeoff internal pressure is blocked (the water level does not vary for at least 30 seconds of rotation of the drum)


E39

Sensing HV defective on anti-overflow


E3A

Sensing via relay defective heating resistor


E41

Door unlocked


E42

Problem closing of the door


E43

Triac defective power system delay brings


E44

Sensing defective system delay brings


E45

Sensing System Defective by triac gate delay


E51

Power Triac Motor short


E52

No signal from tacho generator engine


E53

Triac Motor circuit sensor fault


E54

Motor relay contacts sticking


E61

Insufficient heating during washing


E62

Overheating during washing


E66

Resistance power relay failure


E71

NTC sensor for wash cycle defective


E72

NTC sensor fault drying condenser (voltage out of range = short circuit, open circuit)


E73

NTC sensor fault drying duct (voltage out of range = short circuit, open circuit)


E74

NTC sensor for wash cycle improperly positioned


E82

Error in location Reset selector


E83

Error reading selector


E84

Circuit "Sensing" in circulation pump triac defective (input signal to the processor always 0V or 5V)


E85

Defective circulation pump (inconsistency between the state of the circuit of "sensing" a circulation pump and the status of TRIAC)


E91

Inconsistency communication between main PCB- display board (versions not compatible)


E92

Inconsistency communication between main PCB- display board (versions not compatible)


E93

Incorrect configuration of the device


E94

Incorrect configuration of the washing cycle


E95

Communication error between microprocessor and EEPROM


E97

Inconsistency between the program selector and cycle configuration


EB1

Current Frequency


EB2

Problems of too high a voltage supply (not correct / disorder)


EB3

Tension too low


EC1

Solenoid operating inactive but the flow meter


EC2

Signal from the turbidity sensor out of limits


EC3

Signal from the weight sensor out of limits


EF1

Exhaust filter clogged (exhaust phase too long)


EF2

Overdose of detergent (too much foam during the phases of discharge)


EF3

Operation of water control


EF4

Low pressure filling water, no sign of the flowmeter and solenoid valve open


E00

No alarm

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Whirlpool washing machine does not turn on ?

If the washing machine on and off during washing or simply would not light up, only these components are likely to be replaced !

Rex Dryer does not turn on ?

The Rex dryer would not light up?

You can repair the card!

Do not need to replace it !

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