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E1: Water Inlet Error
The washing machine has detected a problem with the water inlet valve or water supply. This can affect the filling of the drum.
E2: Drain Error
There is an issue with the washing machine’s drainage system, which can result in improper water removal during the cycle.
E3: Temperature Sensor Error
The temperature sensor in the washing machine is malfunctioning. This can impact the appliance’s ability to control water temperature.
E4: Motor Error
The washing machine has detected a fault in the motor or motor circuit, which may affect drum rotation and cycle operation.
E5: Unbalanced Load
This code appears when the washing machine detects an unbalanced load during the cycle. It may pause the cycle for redistribution.
E6: Door Lock Error
There’s an issue with the door lock mechanism. The washing machine may not start or operate if the door is not securely closed and locked.
E7: Water Pressure Sensor Error
The washing machine’s water pressure sensor is malfunctioning. This can affect water intake and cycle operation.
E8: Communication Error
There is a communication error between the washing machine’s control board and other components, possibly related to wiring or connections.
E9: Motor Overheating Error
The washing machine has detected that the motor is overheating. This may be caused by excessive load or other factors.
E10: Excessive Foam
If excessive foam is detected during the cycle, this code may appear. It’s important to use the right type and amount of detergent to prevent excessive foaming.
E11: Water Level Sensor Error
There’s a fault in the water level sensor, which can affect the washing machine’s ability to control water levels properly.
E12: Drum Position Sensor Error
The drum position sensor is malfunctioning, impacting cycle operation and load distribution.
E13: Door Open Error
The washing machine has detected that the door is open or not securely closed. The cycle may not start or continue until the door is properly closed.
E14: Dispenser Error
There’s an issue with the detergent or fabric softener dispenser. This can affect the distribution of these products during the cycle.
E15: Dryer Sensor Error
This code appears in combination with washer-dryer combo units, indicating a problem with the dryer sensor.
E16: Water Flow Error
The washing machine has detected a problem with water flow into the drum. This can affect cycle performance.