The dryer in my home has served reliably, ensuring laundry is efficiently dried. Yet, when faced with an issue where the dryer wouldn’t start, I initiated a service call. The technician’s response was timely, but the problem was incorrectly diagnosed initially, leading to a replacement of a functioning part. The subsequent visit clarified the issue, and the error was rectified efficiently. Improved accuracy in diagnosis would have prevented unnecessary downtime.
E01: Overheating Detected
The dryer has detected temperatures above the safe limit, which might be caused by restricted airflow or a faulty thermostat.
E02: Door Latch Error
The door latch is not engaging properly, preventing the dryer from starting its cycle.
E03: Motor Fault
An issue with the dryer’s motor has been identified, affecting the drum’s rotation and overall operation.
E04: Moisture Sensor Fault
The sensor that detects moisture levels in clothing is malfunctioning, potentially affecting drying accuracy.
E05: Exhaust Vent Blockage
The exhaust vent is blocked or restricted, causing reduced airflow and inefficiencies in drying.
E06: Drum Rotation Error
The dryer’s drum is not rotating correctly, possibly due to a drive belt issue or motor fault.
E07: Control Board Communication Error
The main control board is having difficulty communicating with other components in the dryer.
E08: Heating Element Malfunction
The heating element isn’t operating properly, leading to clothes not drying or taking longer than usual.
E09: Inconsistent Power Supply
There’s an issue with the dryer’s power supply, leading to intermittent power or shutdowns.
E10: User Interface Malfunction
The control panel or specific buttons aren’t responding, potentially due to an electrical issue or control board malfunction.
E11: Blower Fan Error
The blower fan, responsible for circulating air within the dryer, is malfunctioning or operating inefficiently.
E12: Internal Fuse Blown
An internal safety fuse has blown, potentially due to overheating or an electrical surge, leading to the dryer not starting.
E13: Thermistor Error
The thermistor, which monitors temperature levels inside the dryer, is giving inaccurate readings or has failed.
E14: Drum Light Malfunction
The internal drum light, if equipped, is not working or is flickering, indicating a potential bulb or electrical issue.
E15: Start Button Fault
The start button isn’t engaging correctly or has an internal fault preventing the dryer from initiating a cycle.
E16: Drive Belt Slippage
The drive belt, which turns the drum, is slipping or has come off its pulleys, affecting the drum’s rotation.
E17: Exhaust Thermistor Fault
The thermistor monitoring the exhaust temperature is malfunctioning, which can affect drying efficiency and safety.
E18: Inadequate Ventilation Warning
The dryer has detected inadequate ventilation possibly due to a clogged or restricted vent hose, impacting drying times and energy efficiency.
E19: Control Panel Lock Error
The control panel’s lock feature isn’t working correctly, preventing or allowing unintended interactions.
E20: Cycle Time Irregularity
The drying cycle is taking significantly longer or shorter than expected, hinting at potential internal malfunctions.