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Appliance Error Codes

Appliance Frustration? Fallon Has the Solution!

Is your dishwasher on the blink? Washing machine throwing a tantrum? Don’t panic! Appliance error codes can be confusing, but Fallon Solutions is here to help. We understand the frustration of a malfunctioning appliance, especially when cryptic codes flash on the display.

This guide will help you decipher those codes and troubleshoot common appliance problems. For solutions beyond your DIY skills, Fallon Solutions is your trusted appliance repair service in the Greater Brisbane and Gold Coast regions. We’ll diagnose the issue quickly and get your essential appliances back in top shape!

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Samsung Washer Error codes

Samsung washer error codes can help you identify the error before needing to get us in to fix it. Some of them however are not easy to fix at all, and that’s why it is recommended to call our experienced appliance technicians.

Code Error Solution

FL – Door lock error

This code appears when the door won’t unlock after seven attempts. If this error appears, follow these instructions: 1. Unplug the Washing Machine. 2. Examine wiring harness connections. 3. If they are all right, substitute the lock.

OE – Overflow error

If the Washing Machine (WM) is overfilled, unplug it in order to understand whether it keeps filling when unplugged. If so, replace the inlet valve due to the impossibility to shut off the water flow. If the WM isn’t overfilled, replace the sensor due to the inaccurate detection of the water level.

E2 – Button error

This problem may occur when any button is stuck. First, try freeing the button. Press the top of all buttons on the panel. If it does not help, then press down off-center on all buttons. If the button won’t get free, the control board must be substituted.

LO – Door lock error

This code appears if the door won’t unlock for 7 times. In this case, unplug the appliance. Then, open the Washing Machine door if necessary. In the majority of cases, the use of force can damage the door. After this, replace the broken assembly.

LE – Water level error

This error appears when the water level is lower than the reset level during the rinse/wash cycle. In this case, inspect the tub and its elements for leakages. In addition, check the drain system installation. Note, that if water can’t siphon out of the Washing Machine, the Washing Machine is installed improperly.

nF,4E – Water fill error

This error appears if your Washing Machine fills for 40 min or when the water level won’t change after six min. In this case, check supply valves for being open. In addition, make certain the valves aren’t clogged up. If everything is okay, see inlet valves. If they are damaged, have them replaced.

lE,1E – Failure of the water level sensor

If this error appears, follow these steps: 1. Unplug the Washing Machine. 2. Examine wire harness connections between the circuit board and the water level sensor. 3. If everything is all right, the sensor of water level pressure must be replaced.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, Samsung dryer error codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display. Our professional repairman is ready to respond to your call, check it, and return it to working order so that it can dry your clothing as it should.

Code Error Solution

dO- Door open

Close the dryer door. If the error code is still present, disconnect the power cord and reconnect it.

bE – A stuck button on the control panel

If the button is stuck, try pressing it until it reappears. If all the buttons look normal, try restarting the cycle. If the code does not disappear, contact us.

 dF – Door has a circuit failure

First, unplug the dryer from the power supply. Then check that the wiring in the door switch is securely connected. If there is any electrical issue please call us immediately.

Et – Control board malfunction

Turn off power to the dryer for 10 minutes to try to reset the control board. If the error code returns after power is restored, replace the control board.

FE – Power supply issue

Weak wiring probably exists when the dryer is connected to the wrong type of power cord. Call us to change the power cord.

hE – Unacceptable heating temperature

Turn off the dryer’s power and unplug. Reconnect and turn back on. If this doesn’t fix the error it may be the electrical connection. Please call us immediately to check.

Od – Excessive drying time

Check the electrical connections after unplugging the dryer. If this doesn’t fix the error it may be the electrical connection. Please call us immediately to check.

tS, tO – Temperature sensor is broken

Disconnect the dryer and check the temperature sensor or thermostat’s resistance with a volt/ohm meter. If the resistance is more than 40,000 ohms replace the thermostat. If the resistance is over 10,000 ohms, replace the wire harness . If this doesn’t work, the electronic control board will need to be replaced.

Samsung Dishwasher Error Codes

Dishwasher upkeep might be difficult. Luckily many modern devices can indicate if they need some additional service. Such an example is Samsung dishwasher error codes. They can show and warn you about a high-temperature error, water supply error and many others.

Code Error Solution

bE2 – Button key error

Inspect buttons to see if any of them is stuck. The error may also appear if a button has been held for more than 30 sec.

5E – Draining error

Check drain valves for clogs.

4E1 – Hot water supply error

Check the water temperature (must be at most 60 to 80 C).

HE – Heater error

  1. Unplug the dishwasher. 2. Close the supply tap. 3. Call us for help.

LE – Water leakage error

Close the supply tap and disconnect the power. Call us to service.

PE – Synchronous motor position error

Unplug and restart the dishwasher.

7E – Reflector function error

Inspect the flatware/dishware for interferences with water reflector and then the reflector operation.

LC – There is a leak inside the dishwasher

Unplug and restart the dishwasher. Make sure all connections are secure.

OE –Over-level water error (It is a functional problem)

Close the supply tap. 2. Turn off the power. 3. Call us to come and service.

Samsung Oven Error Codes

It’s not a secret that malfunctions happen. Modern devices can tell you about it on their own. Did you know about Samsung oven error codes? Well, we will notify you about the most common of them.

Code Error Solution

E08 – Not heating

Disconnect the appliance from the power for 2 to 3 minutes. Check if the oven is properly connected to the power supply. Check the mains voltage call us to repair.

E-OA – Overheating

Make sure the appliance is turned off and check the temperature sensor. Examine the control board for any burnt wires. If the control board is damaged, it should be replaced.

SE – Broken key on the control panel

Unplug the oven and check the wiring between the control console and the electronic control board. If the problem is not solved, replace the control panel.

LE – Failure of low voltage

Check for any loose wires and make sure the oven is disconnected. Replace the transformer if any wires are damaged.

E54 – Failed electronic control board

Disconnect the oven and tighten any loose connections. If the error occurs again, the main control board should be replaced.

E-55 – Issue with the touch panel’s communication

Disconnect the oven and tighten any loose connections. If the wire harness is tight, the control panel, wiring and the electronic unit must be replaced.

cE-56 – Internal electronic control board is broken

Allow the device to cool for 3 minutes. Unplug the device and fix any loose wires. If the problem persists, the electronic control board must be replaced.

E-OE – Problem with the oven door lock

Try to turn off the mode switch. It is allowed to use the oven when the problem occurs. But if it does not work, the door lock mechanism should be replaced by one of our appliance technicians.

Bosch Dryer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, Bosch dryer error codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display. Our professional appliance technician is ready to respond to your call, diagnose the problem, and return it to working order so that it can dry your clothing as it should.

Code Error Solution

E01, E11, E12 – Overheating

Make sure the lint screen is clear and that the vent from the dryer to the outside isn’t crimped or squashed or that the vent that exits the home isn’t clogged.

E03, E13 – The maximum drying time is exceeded

If the dryer is too full, reduce the load size. Unplug the dryer and inspect the heating element; if it does not heat up enough to dry laundry. If any components of the heating system are not working properly, call us we can be their ASAP.

E06 – Heating circuit malfunction

This failure requires the assistance of a Fallon Solutions appliance technician. Electromagnetic switches are usually controlled by the circuit board, but sometimes the contacts are burned out and require replacement.

E17 – Lint screen temperature sensor is broken

If the wire harness on the lint screen temperature sensor is loose, disconnect the dryer and reattach it. If the wire harness is damaged, it should be replaced.

E18 – Temperature sensor defective

Unplug the dryer and inspect the heater temperature sensor’s wire harness connections. If the wiring harness is loose, reconnect it. If the wire harness is damaged, it should be replaced.

E20, E26 – Faulty control module

To reset the control module, unplug the dryer. If the message reappears after power is restored, the control module should be replaced.

Bosch Dishwasher Error Codes

Dishwasher upkeep might be difficult. Luckily many modern devices can indicate if they need some additional service. Such an example is Bosch dishwasher error codes. They can show and warn you about a high-temperature error, water supply error and many others.

Code Error Solution

E12 –Too Much Limescale Over on Heating Element

Using hard water regularly leads to such a problem soon. That is why it is recommended to use a special product for descaling regularly. E12 error indicates that there is too much limescale to keep working. You need to remove the scale.

E13 –Extremely Hot Water

This error indicates that the temperature of the water filling a tank is higher than 75 °C. If you are sure that water temperature is lower than 75 °C, then the reasons may include a defective temperature sensor, wire gage sensor or control board failure.

E14 –Water Flow Sensor Failed

Special water flow sensor has to control the amount of water to fill the dishwasher`s tank. It ensures the correct work of a machine. A dishwasher registers the level of water in a tank. If it fails to register it, when water filled a tank, it means a problem occurred. Please unplug the wire, check the flow meter and then check if a dishwasher registers the water level correctly. You can visually inspect the defective parts but the replacement works should be entrusted to the skilled technicians.

E15 – Water Leakage

If water leakage happens, the machine will inform you. First of all, you need to check the possible places for leakage. It may be hoses or a place where such hoses are connected to other dishwasher parts. A defective drain pump may also be a reason. In this case, the only way is to replace a defective drain pump with a new one.

E16 – Filling System Problem

This error can bring lots of problems. When it occurs, it means that the machine uncontrollably keeps feeling it’s tank with water and you need to check the intake valve. Clean it if needed. If an intake valve is faulty, it should be replaced. You should also check the water flow gage. Before doing it drain all water out of a dishwasher and unplug a machine.

E17 – High Water Level

The reasons may be the problem with drainage or deterioration of the water sensor. Check the tube to clean it and see if there are any breakages.

E18 – Low Water Level

You need to inspect the inlet valve. Even if this error occurred, dishwashing will be done. However, the quality due to the water level will be low.

E19 – Internal Problem

Only a  qualified service technician can fix this error; call us and we can be there straight away.

E20 – Circulation Pump Breakage

A power outage or other power issues could lead to this error. You will need to check if everything is ok with the power supply. Check the following machine parts – pump blade, voltage generator, electric motor condenser, and pump. If these are are not working correctly or there is deterioration; this may have caused this error too. Then it will need to be replaced. Call us today!

E22 – Drain Pump Blockage

This error signifies a blockage in a drain pump. The debris may clog the pipe. You should check it and clean if needed. Plus, you need to inspect the dishwasher`s filters. If filters are too dirty, it is better to replace them completely instead of cleaning. It can be difficult to reach a drain pump and filters for an ordinary owner. To avoid any problems and possible complications, a quality service is required. Call us now.

E23 – Drain Pump Defect

In the case of an E23 error code, it is likely that a drain pump is broken and should be replaced with a new one. Call us to repair straight away.

E24 – No Water Draining

This problem is also related to the dishwasher`s filters. They must be too clogged and need to be cleaned or replaced.

Bosch Oven Error Codes

It’s not a secret that malfunctions happen. Modern devices can tell you about it on their own. Did you know about Bosch oven error codes? Well, we will notify you about the most common of them.

Code Error Solution

Er1 – Temperature Sensor Failure

This error means the PTC sensor is defective. It may also mean that there is a problem with the connection. The sensor wires may become defective for any reason and need to be replaced with a new one. You will need to call us to get this fixed.

Er2 – Electric network connection failure

The problem looks the following – the oven does not heat and the alarm buzzer works continuously. The error is provoked by incorrect work of the network connection. To fix it, please, switch off the electric fuse in the fuse box and then switch on to ensure the correct work.

Er3 – Oven overheated

If you are experiencing such a problem while preparing food, please stop doing that. It is the right time to switch on the cooling fan to help the oven to cool down. As an oven cools down, the Er3 error will indicate there is no longer a problem and the oven is ready to work.

Er6 – Defective Door Lock

Try to turn off the mode switch. You are able to use the oven when this problem occurs. But if it does not work, the door lock mechanism will need to be replaced by one of our technicians.

Er8 – Circuit trouble

Push the Stop bottom until Er8 stops lighting. You are able to use the oven in the ordinary mode.

E005 – Safety relay failure

It is easy to remove the problem with the safety relay. All you need is to replace the fuser cleaning web. Before this, try to reset the circuit breaker.

E011 – One button pressed too long

If you pressed one button for too long, the oven may display E011 error. This problem may also occur if the buttons are dirty. Please, keep all the buttons clean to avoid or solve the problem. In case of the above mentioned fails to help, call us to come an repair.

E115 – Temperature problem

The E115 error means that temperature inside the oven is too high. It is easy to fix this issue. The oven needs time to cool down and come back to the correct working temperature. Also, remove all the racks out of the oven. However, if the error occurs too often, you may need to call one of our professional technicians. For example, the problem may also be caused by a metal rod sticking. In such a case replace it with a new one.

E305 – Card connection failure

It is an interface connection problem. The Bosch oven is connected with the microwave oven. In such a case, keep the oven off the power supply for one minute. Then try to switch it on.

F31 – Oven Temperature Sensor Breakdown

There are a number of reasons that may cause a F31 error. First, it may be a problem with the control board. The solution is to clean it. If it fails to help, its highly likely you need to replace it. Second, the F31 may be caused by melted wiring. This issue is more severe. Professional assistance is needed; call us today!

F33 – Drawer Sensor failure

The error indicates the problem with the upper oven. You can start by giving your oven a rest.

LG Washer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, LG dryer error codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display. Our professional appliance technician is ready to respond to your call, diagnose it, and return it to working order so that it can dry your clothing as it should.

Code Error Solution

IE – Problems with inlet water supply

Inspect supply valves to make certain they are open. During cold seasons, check fill hoses for cracking. If they are damaged, replace the assembly. If they are all right, the electronic control board needs to be replaced.

FE – Water overflow

When you see this code, it means that the drain pump runs constantly. To solve the problem, inspect inlet valves. They should shut off the water supply completely as soon as the Washing Machine is filled with water. If Inlet Valves are damaged, replace.

UE – Unbalanced load

Clothes must be distributed evenly inside the washer. If the load is small to be balanced, increase the load size. Note, that heavy and light clothes cannot balance together properly. Make sure that your washer is properly leveled.

dE – Door opening error

To solve this problem, follow these steps: 1. Unplug your washer. 2. Inspect the Washer door for obstructions. 3. If any damage is detected, damaged elements are to be replaced. 4. In the case that the door is closing properly, inspect the lock/switch wiring. 5. If wiring connections are all right, the lock assembly needs to be replaced.

OE – Slow draining

Make sure that your washer is not clogged up. Inspect hoses for any types of blockage. Unplug your washer and inspect the wire harness connection between the EC board and the drain pump. If the drain pump does not run after activation, call us to diagnose. If there are any loose wires, call us straight away, we can replace the wires if they are damaged. 

LE – Issues with the motor

Unplug your washer and press the Start/Pause button for five seconds before reconnecting it. If the problem persists, call one of out licensed technicians.

PF – Power failure

Failure might occur during the cycle. As a result, the cycle cannot be finished properly. The user must launch a new cycle.

LG Dryer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, LG dryer error codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display. Our professional technicians are ready to respond to your call, diagnose the problem, and return it to working order so that it can dry your clothing as it should.

Code Error Solution

d90, d95 – The dryer’s exhaust duct is clogged

  1. Remove the lint filter and clean it. Before you put it back, make sure you remove all the lint. 2. Remove the exhaust hose from the unit. Check to see if it’s clogged after unplugging it, and if so, remove any loose lint. 3. Inspect the wall duct for obstructions and, if any are discovered, remove them. 4. Look for any blockages in the outside vent and remove them if there are any.

D80 – Thermostat is broken

Inspect your thermostat for any signs of damage. If nothing appears to be amiss with it, try cleaning it out. You should also look at all of the wiring and each component of the thermostat. If the problem persists, the entire thermostat may need to be replaced.

nP – Issue with the electrical wiring

In order to guarantee that the dryer receives the proper voltage, one of our certified technicians may need to inspect your home’s wiring.

CL – Dryer is locked

Press and hold the Start/Pause button for five seconds until you hear two beeps.

PF – Power failure

Turn off the dryer for five minutes and then turn it back on. If the error appears again, contact our qualified technicians.

dE – The door is open

To stop the cycle, press the Pause/Cancel button and close the door tightly. If the problem code reoccurs, look if anything is obstructing the door.

FO – Filter issues

Remove the lint filter from the housing and replace it. If the issue persists on the display screen, the device may need to be repaired.

HS – Humidity sensor failure

If the issue was caused by improper installation, replace the moisture sensor and try again. If that doesn’t work, make sure it’s connected properly.

LG Dishwasher Error Codes

Dishwasher upkeep might be difficult. Luckily many modern devices can indicate if they need some additional service. Such an example is LG dishwasher error codes. They can show and warn you about a high-temperature error, water supply error and many others.

Code Error Solution

OE – Poor Drain

Check the drain valve/bend.

2H – Blocked Drain

This code denotes the remaining time of functioning, which is less than two hours. It is not an error.

AE – Blocked Drain

The code indicates a possible leak. The main reason for this error is excessive generation of foam in the tub. This might occur when inappropriate detergent is used or when there is an excessive amount of it. This error may also be caused by other reasons.

E1 – Too Much Water

Check the following to detect a problem: washer installation; door leaking; correct loading of the washer; sump motor functioning; float assembly functioning; sump assembly leaking.

1E – Too Low Water/Short Drain Time

This error denotes a problem with the inlet. To solve it, check whether the hose is clogged up or not. Also, make certain that taps are open.

LE – Too Low Water/Short Drain Time

This code shows problems with the dishwasher motor. Follow these steps to eliminate the issue: 1. Press the ‘Power’ button to turn the dishwasher off. 2. Turn off the circuit breaker. 3. Wait for about 10 sec. 4. Turn on the Circuit Breaker. 5. Turn the dishwasher on by pressing the ‘Power’ button. 6. Launch a new cycle.

СE – Defective Temperature Sensor

This code denotes a motor problem. Follow the steps below to eliminate this issue: 1. Press the ‘Power’ button to turn the dishwasher off. 2. Turn off the circuit breaker. 3. Wait for about 10 sec. 4. Turn on the CB. 5. Turn the dishwasher on by pressing the ‘Power’ button. 6. Launch a new cycle.

FE- Detergent Cup

This code denotes that the dishwasher has problems with water filling. The dishwasher detects an excessive amount of water, which is why the drain pump gets turned on automatically. To eliminate the issue, follow the steps: 1. Press the ‘Power’ button to turn the dishwasher off. 2. Wait for about 10 sec. 3. Plug your dishwasher in. 4. Turn the dishwasher on by pressing the ‘Power’ button. 5. Launch a new cycle.

HE- Defective Temperature Sensor

This error denotes that the dishwasher has sensed a heating or heater issue. This code may appear if your dishwasher fails to heat water or overheats it. Follow the steps below to deal with this error: 1. Press the ‘Power’ button to turn the dishwasher off. 2. Wait for about 10 sec. 3. Plug your dishwasher in. 4. Turn the dishwasher on by pressing the ‘Power’ button. 5. Launch a new cycle.

PF – Power failure

This error code may appear to help you avoid serious problems due to power interruption. When the power is restored, you will need to press any button on the dishwasher control board and hold it for 10 seconds. After this, the display will be cleared. If PF error occurs repeatedly without any power troubles, check the circuit breaker. It might be failing to meet electrical requirements of the dishwasher. In this case, power your dishwasher with a suitable circuit breaker.

It’s not a secret that malfunctions happen. Modern devices can tell you about it on their own. Did you know about LG oven error codes? Well, we will notify you about the most common of them.

LG Oven Error Codes

It’s not a secret that malfunctions happen. Modern devices can tell you about it on their own. Did you know about LG oven error codes? Well, we will notify you about the most common of them.

Code Error Solution

F-1 –Open oven temperature sensor

The temperature sensor installed in your LG oven needs replacement with a new one.

F-2 – Shorted oven temperature sensor

The temperature sensor installed in your LG oven needs replacement with a new one.

F-3 – Touch sensor button displays any error for 60 seconds or longer

The temperature sensor installed in your LG oven needs replacement with a new one.

F-6- The temperature in your LG oven is too high

The temperature sensor installed in your LG oven needs replacement with a new one.

F-10 – Door latch malfunction

Door latch switch or assembly needs replacement.

F-11- No heating

This error lights up in case the current temperature in the oven heating chamber has been equal or less than 65 °C for over 5 minutes while in the preheating mode with the door closed.

Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Error Codes

You may have a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher or a DishDrawer™ that is emitting a continuous beeping. Unfortunately, this indicates that a malfunction has occurred and your dishwasher has performed a self-diagnosis and is alerting you to a problem by continuously beeping and showing a fault code.

This error number will instruct your dishwasher technician on how to troubleshoot and repair the appliance.

Error Code A1

The A1 error code indicates that there is no water supply to the Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. Check valve to ensure water supply to the dishwasher has been switched on.

Error Code A3

The A3 error is common on Fisher & Paykel dish-drawers where the drainage hose becomes blocked over time or kinked. Check the connection at the to drainage pipe where it is connected to the trap spigot.

Error Code A6

An A6 error code can occur on a Fisher & Paykel dish-drawer dishwasher due to a loose spray arm or a combination of low water pressure and excessive foaming. If there is excess foaming please ensure you only use the approved dishwasher tablets.

Error Code A7

The A7 error means the auto recovery program has started as the dishwasher has detected excess foam in the drawer. Please check and ensure that you are using the right detergent also known as dishwasher tablets in Australia before running another wash program.

Error Code A09

The A09 error on a Fisher & Paykel dish-drawer dishwasher means that the sanitize cycle hasn’t met the  temperature needed to sanitize the dishes. This error code only applies to DD*C Models. 

Error Code A10

The A10 error on a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher indicates an issue with water supply to the dishwasher, meaning the dishwasher is not receiving or not detecting any water entering the dishwasher. This can be caused by the water tap not being turned on, insufficient water supply pressure, water inlet hose is kinked or not connected correctly.

Error Code A20

The A20 error that is found on Fisher & Paykel dishwashers is a fault with the drain or drainage as excessive water is remaining above the filter plate after the rinse cycle. You should check for potential kinks and blockages in the drain hose and the outlet connection.

Error Code A60

Water temperature error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code AD0

Door lock signal error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code F2X

Motor fault.

Error Code F3X

Temperature fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65C (149F).

Error Code F4X

Heating element failed.

Error Code F5X

Fault with the internal lid of the dishwasher.

Error Code F6X

Component failure

Error Code F7X

Fill valve fault

Error Code F8X

Electronics fault-motor controller.

Error Code F9X

Electronics fault-wash controller.

Error Code FCX

Electronics fault-communication between drawers.

Error Code F1

Flood switch has been activated. Turn the water and power supply to the DishDrawer off and call your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.

Error Code F2

Motor problem.

Error Code F3

Temperature sensor failed. Ensure water coming in through the inlet hose is less than 65 C. You may need to install a tempering valve on your water supply.

Error Code F4

Faulty temperature sensor or element.

Error Code F5

Lid fault. Turn power supply to DishDrawer® off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.

Error Code F6

Lid fault. Turn power supply to DishDrawer® off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.

Error Code F7

Lid fault.

Error Code F8

Electrical problem.

Error Code F9

Electronics malfunction.

Error Code F30

Flood switch activated. Turn the dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists, turn water off and disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply. Call Customer Care.

Error Code F40

Electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If the fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code F40

Electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If the fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code F50

Electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If the fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code F90

Data/electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code FA0

Electronics/power supply error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.

Error Code FC0

Motor fault. Switch dishwasher OFF at the power supply. Wait a few moments and switch ON again. If the fault persists, turn water off and disconnect from the power supply. Call Customer Care.

Error Code U1

Fill fault. 1.Turn the DishDrawer water supply on. 2. Ensure the spray arm is placed on the impeller and can rotate about the centre. If the DishDrawer® is full of water, it will need to be emptied manually.

Error Code U2

The fault code U2 indicates that the dishwasher has picked up and issue with the way the dishwasher has been loaded. You should check and ensure that no items extend beyond the height of the drawer of the dishwasher.

Error Code U4

Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer. Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer.

Error Code U6

The spray arm has loosened or come off its mounting, or water pressure is too low.

Error Code E1

Flood Detected

Error Code E2

Motor Rotor Fault, There may be debris or broken glass in the Rotor. try removing and cleaning

Error Code E3

Temperature Sensor Fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65oC (149oF).

Error Code E4

Heating Element Failed

Error Code E5

Lid Motor Fault

Error Code E6

Fault with Drying Fan

Error Code E7

Electronics Fault – Detergent Dispensing

Error Code E8

Electronics Fault – Other Systems

Error Code E9

Electronics Fault – Controller

Error Code EC

Electronics Fault – Communication between Drawers

Error Code FC

Electronics Fault – Communication between Drawers

Whirlpool Washer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, Whirlpool washer error codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display.

Code Error Solution

SUD- Too much soap suds in the drum

To get rid of the error code, drain your washing machine, and then start it up again.

F25 – Problem with the drive motor’s tachometer

Examine the connections’ contacts. Straighten them out if they’re twisted, bent, or out of the groove, then firmly insert them into the socket.

F0E1 – Main control is damaged

Reset your washer by turning it off and on. If that doesn’t work, call a technician.

F3E1 – Broken pressure switch or sensor

Check for clogs or kinks in the pressure sensing hose. If it’s blocked, clear it out. If the hose is in good condition, the pressure sensor should be checked.

F3E2 – Problem with temperature sensor

Check the temperature sensor’s wire connections to the control board. Fix them if they have become damaged.

F5E1 – The door switch is malfunctioning

The door switch should be tested. Try jostling it if it’s simply stuck in the incorrect position. Replace it if it’s broken.

F5E2, F5E3 – Problem with the door lock

Make sure the door’s lock tab isn’t cracked or malfunctioning. If the tab is fine, a multimeter should be used to test the door lock.

F6E2 – Communication error

Make sure that the wiring between the main control board and the user interface is in good working order. Any damaged wiring should be replaced. If no damage can be seen, examine the connections with a multimeter.

F8E3 – Your washer is getting too much water

Check the water inlet valve, drain pump and pressure sensor. If any of them aren’t working, you should buy new ones.

Whirlpool Dryer Error Codes

Thankfully, modern devices can indicate the problem in different ways. For instance, Whirlpool dryer failure codes can tell its owner about various mishaps on its display. Our professional techs are ready to respond to your call, check your device, and return it to working order so that you can dry your clothing as before.

Code Error Solution

PF – Power failure

This code can be shown when a power failure occurs. Push the ‘Start’ button in order to continue the cycle. Then, stop it for clearing the display. If there are repeated power failures, examine an outlet cord of the appliance.

F:01- Problem with the control board

Unplug your dryer from its power source and turn it off for a few minutes. Restart your dryer after a few minutes to check whether the problem has disappeared. If that doesn’t help, call a specialist.

F:02- Keypad/User Interface failure

Appears when any button is stuck on one of 2 user interface control assemblies on the console. If you cannot free the button, replace the IC with a stuck button.

F:23- Outlet thermistor failure

This error shows the outlet thermistor, which is electrically shorted. To deal with the problem, unplug the appliance and then test the thermistor’s resistance. It should reach about 10,000 ohms. If it is damaged, call a specialist.

F:25 – Inlet thermistor failure

The system finds an inlet sensor of temperature,

Whirlpool Dishwasher Error Codes

Dishwasher upkeep might be difficult. Luckily many modern devices can indicate if they need some additional service. Such an example is Whirlpool dishwasher error codes. They can show and warn you about a high-temperature error, water supply error and many others.

Code Error Solution

F1 (or 1 flash) – The code is triggered by the temperature sensor

Depending on the extremes in water temperature — it can be too cold (below -3°C) or too hot (above 85°C) — the thermistor in the dishwasher returns this code. However, keep in mind that the temperature sensor may fail and work incorrectly and also trigger an error like this. Consequently, consider replacing the sensor if it is faulty.

F2 (or 2 flashes)- Your dishwasher leaks

When the machine returns this error, chances are high you have to deal with some leaks. The first thing to do is to drain water from your dishwasher. Then inspect your appliance for a leak, take measures to remove it, and the code will go off.

F3 (or 3 flashes) – Issues with the heating element or system

Seeing this error, you may want to check if your machine warms the water the way it should. If your water is not hot enough or it takes the machine to long to warm it up, the following reasons may need checking: the heater has a malfunction — the highest probability; the thermostat is faulty; the broken communication between the main electronic control unit and the heater (inspect all wiring and connections).

F4 (or 4 flashes)- This code speaks of misbehavior of the drainage system in the dishwasher

The code lights up when your dishwasher fails to drain water as it designed to do. To eliminate this condition, try to check if the drain pump is blocked or has malfunctioned. If this is the issue, you will have to clean or replace the pump. You will also probably want to check drain hoses in your machine and drain pipes in your home drainage system for any possible clogs. One more reason is that the draining hose of your dishwasher is fixed on a level too low, allowing it to siphon water before the washing cycle is complete. You can remedy this malfunction by lifting the drain hose to the appropriate level. Besides, there are low chances that an optical sensor or the main control unit went faulty.

F5 (or 5 flashes)- The drive has experienced the rotor blockage

This error lights up when a problem with the drive rotor (the rotating part) occurs. Chances are extremely high you will need to have the dishwasher drive replaced.

F6 (or 6 flashes)- The dishwasher is not filled with water

When the dishwasher lights up this error, it means there is a problem with water flowing inside the machine. At this point, you may need to check various probabilities. We recommend you to start with the inlet valve letting water inside your appliance, check if it is in working condition or is not blocked. If it is out of order, replace it with a new one. Then, you may want to check the inlet hose for any kind of blockage and clear it if possible. Another probable reason is the issue with your water supply system. This is when you would better examine the tap to which your dishwasher is connected through the hose. It may be turned off. Turn it on to eliminate the problem. If none of these helped, call a specialist.

F7 (or 7 flashes)- The flow sensor malfunction

This error indicates that the flow sensor is out of order. However, it may also show some issues listed for the F6 error which include the following problems: the water inlet hose may be blocked or bent; the inlet water valve went faulty; your water supply tap is turned off.

F8 (or 8 flashes)- The water level is too high

This code lights up when the water level in your dishwasher is too high. The causes of this malfunction can be as follows: your dishwasher cannot drain water because of the blocked filter there is some issue with the water inlet system; your water in the machine is too soapy and forms excess foam (add less detergent during your next cycle).

F9 (or 9 flashes) – Your dishwasher continuously lets water in

Your dishwasher doesn’t stop pumping water inside the tub. You may have two possible issues on hands: it is either the inlet valve that went faulty and cannot be closed or the main electronic control unit shortcut. Check both components for malfunctions and replace the one that went out of order.

F0 (or 10 flashes) – The machine has some sensor failure

The dishwasher will eventually light off this error if it warns you to engage the next test cycle to diagnose some issues. (Read about the test cycle in your user manual. To find out the reasons of this malfunction, run some tests on the sensors or check their connection to the main electronic unit. Your machine has the following sensors: a water temperature sensor, an inlet flow sensor, a water level sensor, a flow pressure sensor, etc.

FA (or 11 flashes)- The malfunction of the optical water sensor

Your dishwasher will return this code if there is a problem with the optical water sensor in it. The sensor may not actually be faulty but indicate that the water inside the dishwasher is very dirty. This condition triggers an additional rinse cycle. If the error persists, your optical sensor may be blocked with dirt and needs cleaning. If it does not help, you may want to examine the sensors for their firm connections to the dishwasher control panel. This error code may as well light up if you add too much detergent during your wash cycle and it causes excess foaming that prevents the sensor from making accurate readings.

FB (or 12 flashes) – The dishwasher has an issue with the diverter valve

The code will be on if the dishwasher experiences problems with diverter valve operation. This valve directs the water flow to the upper spray arm. Check this valve for any malfunctions and replace it if necessary.

FC (or 13 flashes) – Issues with water hardness sensor

In case your geographical region has hard water, this sensor will inform you about it, so you can add some dishwasher salt for your washing cycle to make the water softer. However, if you know the water in your region to be soft enough or you add enough salt to your cycle, the dedicated sensor may have gone faulty and needs replacement.

Whirlpool Cooktop Error Codes

It’s not a secret that malfunctions happen. Modern devices can tell you about it on their own. Did you know about Whirlpool range error codes? Well, we will notify you about the most common of them.

Code Error Solution

F1 –This code is a default one

It means there were no other failures and is displayed when you press and hold the CANCEL button for 5 seconds. Release the CANCEL button and press it again to make the code disappear from the display.

F2/E0- A wire harness leading to the keypad is disconnected

Unplug your range from the mains and connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. Plug your range into the socket to supply it with electrical power and press the CANCEL button to clear the error code. In case it returns back in 60 seconds, you will have to replace the keypad itself. However, the issue may persist even if you replace the keypad. If it does, you’ll have to replace the electronic range control (EOC).

F2/E5 or F2/E6 – The Cancel key is faulty

Unplug your range from the mains and connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. Plug your range into the socket to supply it with electrical power and press the CANCEL button to clear the error code. In case it returns back in 60 seconds, you will have to replace the keypad itself. However, the issue may persist even if you replace the keypad. If it does, you’ll have to replace the electronic range control (EOC).

F3/E0 – A range temperature sensor is faulty

Unplug your range from the mains and check if the range temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the range temperature sensor’s resistance with a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the cooker temperature sensor with the new one. In case the range temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic cooker control unit.

F3/E1 – Faulty temperature sensor or fried range temperature circuit in your range

Unplug your range from the mains and check if the temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the temperature sensor’s resistance with a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the temperature sensor with the new one. In case the temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic control unit.

F3/E2 – This error code is displayed if the temperature is over 575 °F when your range is in the Bake mode

Unplug your range from the mains and check if the temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the temperature sensor’s resistance using a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the temperature sensor with the new one. In case the temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic control unit

F3/E3 – Once you see this error code while your range in the Clean mode, it means the temperature in the oven is over 950 °F

Unplug your oven from the mains and check if the oven temperature sensor wire harness is loose. In case it is, connect the appropriate wire harness back in place where it belongs. If you find out that the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Check the oven temperature sensor’s resistance using a volt/ohm meter. The resistance should be 1080 ohms at room temperature (70 °F). Once it’s different, replace the oven temperature sensor with the new one. In case the oven temperature sensor’s resistance shows good figures and all the wire harness connections to it are fit, you’ll have to replace the electronic oven control unit.

F5/E0 –If you see this error code, it means that the door switch sends a signal that the range door is open, but the latch switch sends a signal it is locked

To know if the door switch is operational, you have to look at the range light while you open or close the door. If the lights go on while you open the door and go off when you close it, it means the door switch is in operational order. Replace it if you found out it is defective. Unplug your range from the mains. Check for any wires that went loose on the wire harness leading to the door lock unit. If you found out the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Inspect the door lock unit and, if you find any damage or inconsistency on it, replace it with a new one.

F5/E1 – This error code goes on when self-cleaning latch fails to lock or unlock

Unplug your range from the mains. Check for any wires that went loose on the wire harness leading to the door lock unit. If you found out the wire harness is damaged, replace it. Inspect the door lock unit and, if you find any damage or inconsistency on it, replace it with a new one.

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