Haier washing machines are built to simplify laundry tasks. They offer various load capacities and wash programs to accommodate different fabrics and laundry loads. The user-friendly controls and digital displays make it easy to customize your laundry cycles. Haier washing machines are known for their efficiency, thorough cleaning, and quiet operation.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The washing machine can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Ensure the door is securely closed, and check the sensor for any damage or misalignment.
E02: Water Inlet Error
The washing machine is having issues filling with water. Ensure the water supply is turned on and that there are no kinks or blockages in the hoses.
E03: Drainage Fault
Water is not draining properly from the drum. Check for blockages in the drain hose and ensure the pump filter is clean.
E04: Oversudsing Detected
Too many suds have been detected in the drum. Ensure you are using the correct type and amount of detergent for the load and water hardness level.
E05: Motor Overload
The motor is experiencing excessive strain. This can be due to an overloaded drum or a mechanical fault. Reduce the load size and check for any obstructions in the drum.
E06: Spin Error
The washing machine has detected an imbalance during the spin cycle. Ensure the laundry is evenly distributed in the drum and check for any items caught between the drum and the door seal.
E07: Water Temperature Fault
The washing machine cannot reach or maintain the desired water temperature. Check the water inlet hoses for any restrictions and ensure the temperature sensors are functioning correctly.
E08: Imbalance Detection
The washing machine has detected an imbalanced load, which can hinder effective spinning. Rearrange the laundry inside the drum and try the spin cycle again.
E09: Door Lock Error
The washing machine cannot lock the door properly. Inspect the door latch for any obstructions or damages and ensure the door is closing correctly.
E10: Software Communication Error
The washing machine’s control board is having difficulty communicating with other components. A power reset might be necessary. If the problem persists, consult a technician.
E11: Heating Element Malfunction
The machine is unable to heat the water to the desired temperature. The heating element or associated circuitry might be at fault. Consult a professional for an inspection.
E12: Drum Rotation Error
The drum is not rotating as expected. Check for any obstructions or items that might be preventing movement, and ensure the drive belt is intact.
E13: Water Level Sensor Fault
The washing machine is having trouble detecting the water level inside the drum. This could be due to a malfunctioning sensor or an issue with the machine’s software.
E14: Detergent Dispenser Issue
The detergent dispenser is not releasing detergent or softener as expected. Check for clogs or obstructions in the dispenser and ensure it’s properly seated.
E15: Inadequate Water Supply
The washing machine detects insufficient water supply during a cycle. Verify that the water taps are fully open and that the water pressure in your home is within the acceptable range.
E16: Overflow Error
The washing machine detects a potential overflow situation. The water level inside the machine exceeds safety limits. Turn off the machine and inspect the water inlet valves and drain system for malfunctions.
E17: Tub Clean Cycle Reminder
The washing machine recommends running a tub clean cycle to maintain optimal washing performance. Regular cleaning can help remove detergent residue and other build-ups.
E18: Lid Lock Mechanism Fault
The lid lock mechanism is not functioning as expected, potentially putting the operation at risk. Ensure the lid is free from obstructions and consider inspecting the lock mechanism.
E19: Prolonged Cycle Time
The washing cycle is taking longer than expected. Factors could include repeated imbalance corrections, water heating delays, or software inefficiencies.
E20: Pump Motor Error
The pump motor, responsible for draining the water, is not functioning correctly. Ensure there’s no debris restricting the pump and consider checking its electrical connections.
E21: Error in Load Sensing
The machine is having difficulty determining the weight and balance of the laundry load. Ensure that the laundry is evenly distributed and that the sensors are functioning correctly.