Hisense clothes dryers are designed to complement their washing machines, providing efficient drying solutions. These dryers save you time and energy while ensuring that your clothes come out thoroughly dried and ready to wear. Multiple drying programs cater to various fabric types and preferences.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The dryer can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Ensure the door is securely closed, and inspect the sensor for any potential damage or misalignment.
E02: Overheating Error
The dryer is getting hotter than its safe operating temperature. This could be due to a blocked exhaust vent or a malfunctioning thermostat. Ensure vents are clear of lint and obstructions.
E03: Motor Fault
The motor, responsible for turning the drum, appears to be malfunctioning. Ensure there’s no debris restricting the drum’s movement, and consider checking the motor’s electrical connections.
E04: Exhaust Sensor Error
The sensor that monitors exhaust temperature is giving inconsistent readings. Check the sensor for damage, misplacement, or any disconnections.
E05: Moisture Sensor Fault
The moisture sensor, which determines the dampness of clothes, is not functioning correctly. Ensure the sensor is clean and free from any build-up or lint.
E06: Airflow Issue
The dryer has detected a reduction in airflow, which could affect drying times. Ensure the lint filter is clean and the exhaust vent is free of obstructions.
E07: Drum Rotation Error
The drum is not rotating as expected. This could be due to a slipped or broken belt, or a blockage preventing the drum’s movement. Inspect internally for any visible issues.
E08: Power Supply Issue
The dryer has detected irregularities in the power supply, which might affect its operation. Ensure the power cord is properly connected, and consider checking your home’s electrical system for fluctuations.
E09: Control Panel Malfunction
The control panel isn’t responding as expected. Try resetting the dryer by unplugging it for a few minutes and then reconnecting. If the issue persists, the control board may need inspection or replacement.
E10: Heating Element Fault
The dryer’s heating element is not functioning correctly, leading to clothes not drying properly. The element may need to be inspected or replaced.
E11: Blower Motor Error
The blower motor, which circulates air within the dryer, seems to be malfunctioning. Check for any blockages and ensure the motor’s electrical connections are secure.
E12: Internal Communication Error
The internal components of the dryer are having difficulty communicating with each other. This may be due to a faulty control board or wiring issues. Professional inspection might be necessary.
E13: End-of-Cycle Signal Fault
The signal that indicates the end of a drying cycle isn’t working. Ensure the buzzer or alert mechanism is functioning, or consult the settings in case it has been turned off.
E14: Lint Filter Detection Issue
The dryer cannot detect if the lint filter is in place or not. Ensure the filter is clean, properly seated, and that the detection mechanism is functioning correctly.