Gree clothes dryers complement your washing machine, offering efficient and convenient drying options. They are designed to handle different fabric types and laundry loads while saving you time compared to air drying. Gree clothes dryers are equipped with multiple drying programs and adjustable settings to ensure your clothes come out dry and wrinkle-free. Their energy-efficient performance helps reduce energy consumption and utility costs, making them an economical choice for busy households.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The dryer can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly, preventing the dryer from starting or stopping as intended.
E02: Temperature Sensor Error
There’s an issue with the dryer’s temperature sensor, affecting its ability to monitor and adjust the drying temperature accurately.
E03: Drum Rotation Error
There’s a problem with the drum’s rotation, impacting the dryer’s ability to tumble the laundry load effectively for even drying.
E04: Overheating Protection
The dryer has activated an overheating protection mechanism to prevent excessive temperatures during operation. This may occur due to various factors, such as a malfunctioning heating element or thermostat.
E05: Air Flow Blockage Detected
The dryer has detected a blockage or restriction in the air flow system, potentially due to a clogged lint filter or vent. This can affect drying efficiency and safety.
E06: Motor Error
There’s a problem with the dryer’s motor, impacting its ability to spin the drum and operate effectively.
E07: Control Panel Communication Error
There’s a communication problem between the dryer’s control panel and other components, affecting various functions and settings.
E08: Drying Time Exceeded
The dryer has exceeded the expected drying time for the selected cycle, indicating that there may be an issue with the load or the dryer’s performance.
E09: Gas Supply Issue
If your dryer is gas-powered, this error indicates a problem with the gas supply, affecting the heating element’s operation.
E10: Power Supply Error
There’s an issue with the dryer’s power supply, impacting its operation and efficiency.
E11: Lint Filter Sensor Error
There’s an issue with the lint filter sensor, affecting the dryer’s ability to detect and alert you when the lint filter needs cleaning.
E12: Gas Valve Fault
If your dryer is gas-powered, this error indicates a problem with the gas valve, impacting the supply of gas for heating.
E13: Drum Belt Tension Error
There’s a problem with the tension of the drum belt, affecting the proper rotation of the drum in the dryer.
E14: Dryness Level Sensor Error
There’s an issue with the dryer’s dryness level sensor, affecting its ability to determine the dryness of the laundry load accurately.
E15: Ventilation System Error
There’s a problem with the ventilation system of the dryer, impacting air circulation and proper exhaust of moisture-laden air.
E16: Control Board Memory Error
There’s a problem with the control board’s memory or data storage, affecting the dryer’s ability to recall settings and cycle information accurately.
E17: Drum Motor Overload
The drum motor of the dryer is experiencing an overload condition, likely due to an imbalanced load. The machine may pause to prevent damage.
E18: Door Lock Delay
The door lock mechanism is experiencing a delay in locking or unlocking, which can affect the start or completion of the drying cycle.
E19: Heating Element Error
There’s an issue with the heating element of the dryer, affecting its ability to generate heat for drying the laundry load.
E20: Control Panel Display Error
There’s a malfunction in the display panel of the dryer, affecting the visibility of settings, cycle information, and error notifications.