In general, technicians for dryers Estate excel in diagnosing issues accurately. However, there was one instance where an intermittent heating element problem was initially overlooked, leading to multiple service calls and prolonged downtime. More thorough diagnostic checks could prevent such errors.
E02: Heating Element Issue
There’s a problem with the heating element in the dryer, affecting its ability to generate heat for drying.
E03: Drum Rotation Problem
There’s an issue with the drum’s rotation mechanism in the dryer, leading to irregular tumbling or no rotation at all.
E04: Control Panel Error
There’s an issue with the control panel of the dryer, affecting settings and display accuracy.
E05: Drying Sensor Fault
The dryer’s drying sensor is malfunctioning, leading to inaccurate drying cycles and potential over-drying or under-drying of clothes.
E06: Lint Filter Blockage
There’s a blockage in the lint filter of the dryer, affecting airflow and drying efficiency.
E07: Exhaust Ventilation Issue
There’s a problem with the exhaust ventilation system of the dryer, causing poor air circulation and longer drying times.
E08: Drum Belt Breakage
The dryer’s drum belt has broken or slipped off, preventing proper rotation of the drum.
E09: Overheating Protection
The dryer has detected an overheating condition and has initiated a protective shutdown to prevent damage.
E10: Motor Malfunction
There’s a problem with the motor in the dryer, affecting drum rotation and operation.
E11: Gas Supply Issue
For gas dryers, there’s an issue with the gas supply, affecting the heating element’s performance.
E12: Timer Control Error
There’s an issue with the timer control mechanism of the dryer, affecting cycle duration and accuracy.
E13: Drum Belt Tension Problem
The tension on the dryer’s drum belt is not optimal, leading to potential slipping or misalignment.
E14: Moisture Sensor Calibration Error
The moisture sensor in the dryer is not calibrated correctly, affecting drying cycles and sensor accuracy.
E15: Exhaust Duct Blockage
There’s a blockage in the exhaust duct of the dryer, leading to restricted airflow and longer drying times.
E16: Control Board Malfunction
There’s a problem with the control board of the dryer, affecting overall functionality and settings.
E17: Cool Down Phase Error
The dryer’s cool down phase is not functioning as expected, affecting the end of the drying cycle.
E18: Gas Valve Problem
For gas dryers, there’s an issue with the gas valve, affecting the flow of gas for heating.
E19: Drum Light Bulb Error
The drum light bulb in the dryer is not functioning correctly, affecting visibility inside the drum.
E20: Airflow Sensor Fault
The dryer’s airflow sensor is malfunctioning, affecting air circulation and drying efficiency.
E21: Noise Reduction Error
There’s an issue with the noise reduction feature of the dryer, potentially leading to excessive noise during operation.