Complementing their washing machines, Haceb clothes dryers provide efficient and quick drying solutions. These appliances are designed to save you time and energy while ensuring that your clothes are properly dried and ready to wear. Their intuitive controls and multiple drying options cater to various fabric types and laundry loads.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The dryer can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Ensure the door is closed properly and that no obstructions prevent it from latching.
E02: Heating Element Fault
The dryer is unable to heat the air to the required temperature. The heating element or the thermostat might be defective.
E03: Air Flow Restriction
Reduced airflow detected. This can be due to a clogged lint filter, blocked exhaust vent, or a malfunctioning fan motor. Regular cleaning is recommended.
E04: Motor Fault
The dryer’s motor is not operating correctly. This can prevent the drum from turning. The motor or related components might need replacement.
E05: Temperature Sensor Fault
The dryer cannot detect the correct air temperature inside the drum. The temperature sensor or thermistor may be defective and need replacement.
E06: Moisture Sensor Fault
The dryer’s moisture sensor is not functioning properly, leading to potential under-drying or over-drying of clothes. The sensor may require cleaning or replacement.
E07: Control Board Communication Error
The control board is having trouble communicating with other components in the dryer. A reset might help, but if the error persists, the board or connecting cables might be faulty.
E08: Drum Rotation Fault
The drum is not rotating as expected. This could be due to a faulty belt, pulley system, or motor. Ensure there’s no obstruction preventing the drum from turning.
E09: Overheating Error
The dryer has detected excessive heat inside the drum. This might be due to restricted airflow, a faulty thermostat, or heating element issues. It’s essential to address this promptly to prevent potential fire hazards.
E10: Power Supply Issue
There’s an inconsistency in the power supply to the dryer. Ensure the dryer is properly plugged in and that there’s no issue with the home’s electrical circuitry.
E11: Inlet Valve Fault
For dryers with steam functions, this indicates an issue with the water inlet valve, preventing the dryer from obtaining water for steam. Ensure the inlet hose is not kinked and the valve is functioning properly.
E12: Drum Light Fault
The internal drum light is malfunctioning. While not critical for the dryer’s function, it can make loading or unloading in dim conditions challenging.
E13: Start/Pause Button Error
The dryer’s start or pause button is not functioning correctly. It might be a touchpad or control board issue.
E14: User Interface Fault
The user interface is not responding or showing incorrect information. It might need a reset, or the interface panel may require replacement.