Brand A’s dryer had been reliable until it suddenly stopped heating. Initiating a service call was relatively straightforward, but I faced delays in technician availability. When the technician finally arrived, the issue was diagnosed as a faulty heating element. The replacement process was efficient, but the overall downtime was longer than anticipated.
E01: Door Error
The dryer door is not securely closed, or the latch mechanism is malfunctioning.
E02: Overheating Error
The dryer is getting too hot. This could be due to a blocked vent, a malfunctioning thermostat, or other causes.
E03: Motor Fault
An issue has been detected with the main motor, preventing it from functioning correctly.
E04: Sensor Error
The moisture or temperature sensor inside the dryer is malfunctioning or giving incorrect readings.
E05: Exhaust Vent Blockage
Reduced airflow has been detected, possibly due to lint or other obstructions in the exhaust vent.
E06: Heating Element Fault
The heating element isn’t functioning correctly or has burned out.
E07: Drum Rotation Error
There’s an issue with the drum’s rotation, possibly due to a worn-out belt or a problem with the motor.
E08: Control Panel Malfunction
There’s a problem with the control panel or electronic control board, affecting the dryer’s operations.
E09: Power Supply Issue
There’s an inconsistency or irregularity in the power supply, possibly due to voltage fluctuations.
E10: Blower Fan Error
The blower fan, responsible for moving air through the dryer, is malfunctioning or obstructed.
E11: Lint Filter Warning
The lint filter may be clogged or not seated correctly. Regular cleaning is essential for optimal performance and safety.
E12: Drum Balance Issue
The load inside the drum may be unbalanced, causing uneven rotation and potential vibration.
E13: Water Tank Full (for condenser dryers)
The water tank in condenser dryers is full and needs to be emptied for the machine to continue its cycle.
E14: Gas Valve Fault (for gas dryers)
There’s an issue with the gas valve, preventing the dryer from heating properly.
E15: Ignition Failure (for gas dryers)
The dryer is having trouble igniting, indicating potential problems with the igniter or gas supply.
E16: Communication Error
There’s a communication failure between different components or modules within the dryer.
E17: Drying Time Too Long
The drying cycle is taking longer than expected, potentially due to issues with sensors, airflow, or heating elements.
E18: Airflow Sensor Fault
The sensor that measures airflow through the dryer is malfunctioning or giving inaccurate readings.
E19: Bearing or Pulley Noise
The dryer is producing abnormal noises, possibly indicating wear or malfunction in the bearings or pulleys.
E20: Internal Light Fault
If the dryer has an internal light, this error indicates that it’s not working or requires replacement.
E21: Belt Sensor Error
The sensor that monitors the belt’s integrity or position is indicating a fault. The belt might be broken or off its track.
E22: Airflow Restriction
Reduced airflow has been detected, which might be due to obstructions in the internal ducts or issues with the fans.
E23: Thermistor Fault
The thermistor, which monitors the dryer’s internal temperature, is malfunctioning or giving inaccurate readings.
E24: Incomplete Drying Cycle
The clothes are not drying as expected within the cycle’s duration, possibly due to sensor, heating, or airflow issues.
E25: Condenser Sensor Fault (for condenser dryers)
An issue has been detected with the sensor monitoring the condenser’s performance or cleanliness.
E26: Steam Function Error
If the dryer has a steam function, this error indicates a malfunction or issue with the steam generation or delivery system.
E27: Phase Issue
For dryers with three-phase electrical connections, this error indicates a problem with one of the phases, leading to potential power imbalances.
E28: Power Surge Detected
The dryer has detected a power surge or irregularity that might affect its performance or safety.
E29: Door Seal Issue
The seal around the dryer door is not functioning properly, leading to potential heat or moisture leaks.
E30: User Interface Malfunction
The control panel or user interface is not responding correctly or is experiencing software glitches.