Service response time for dryer Daewoo issues has been a mixed experience. While initiating a service call is relatively easy, there have been instances when technician availability was delayed. Prompt response is crucial, especially when dealing with laundry emergencies.
In general, dryer technicians have been adept at diagnosing issues accurately. However, there was one instance where an airflow blockage was misdiagnosed as a faulty heating element, leading to an unnecessary part replacement and extended downtime. Clearer diagnostic procedures could prevent such errors.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The dryer detects that the door isn’t closed securely, or the door latch is malfunctioning, preventing the cycle from starting.
E02: Overheating Error
The dryer is getting excessively hot. This could be due to a blocked vent, malfunctioning thermostat, or issues with the heating element.
E03: Moisture Sensor Error
The sensor responsible for detecting moisture levels in the clothes is not functioning correctly, which could affect the drying time or efficiency.
E04: Motor Malfunction
The dryer motor is not running properly. This might be due to an obstruction, worn-out parts, or electrical issues.
E05: Airflow Error
Restricted airflow is detected, which might be due to a clogged lint filter, blocked vents, or a malfunctioning fan.
E06: Drum Rotation Issue
The dryer drum is not rotating correctly, potentially because of a faulty drive belt or motor issues.
E07: Control Board Communication Error
There’s a problem with communication between the control board and other components of the dryer.
E08: Exhaust Thermostat Fault
The exhaust thermostat, responsible for monitoring and controlling the temperature, is not functioning properly.
E09: Heating Element Fault
The heating element is not working as expected, leading to clothes not drying properly.
E10: Power Supply Issue
The dryer is detecting irregularities in the power supply, such as voltage spikes or drops.
E11: Lint Filter Warning
The lint filter is either full or not correctly positioned, affecting the dryer’s airflow and efficiency.
E12: Start Button Malfunction
The start button on the dryer is not functioning correctly, preventing the cycle from initiating.
E13: Drum Light Fault
The internal drum light, if available, is malfunctioning or the bulb needs replacement.
E14: Noise or Vibration Error
The dryer is detecting unusual noises or vibrations, possibly due to loose parts or an unbalanced load.
E15: Exhaust Duct Blockage
There’s reduced or no airflow detected in the exhaust duct, suggesting a possible blockage or kinking.
E16: Belt Sensor Error
The sensor that monitors the belt’s condition or position is malfunctioning, possibly indicating a belt issue.
E17: Water Tank Full (For Condenser Dryers)
The water tank, present in some condenser dryers, is full and needs emptying for the dryer to function properly.
E18: Cool Down Issue
The dryer’s cool-down phase at the end of the cycle isn’t functioning correctly, potentially leading to clothes being too hot when the cycle ends.
E19: Inconsistent Load
The dryer has detected an inconsistent or unbalanced load, which might impact its ability to dry clothes evenly.
E20: User Interface Malfunction
There’s an issue with the user interface, either the display or the selection buttons, affecting user interactions.