Hoover Candy Tumble dryer all lights flashing error fault code

by / Friday, 28 October 2016 / Published in Tumble Dryers

Hoover Candy Tumble dryer all lights flashing error fault code

 

 

 

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This video will explain how the error codes may be displayed on your Hoover or Candy tumble dryer and some Maytag, Helkama, Kelvinator, Otsein, Teka, Terzismo, Zerowatt models. We will explain what they might mean, there is a list of videos below that will help you with each individual repair showing you how to diagnose the faults how to replace the faulty parts . Always remember you can submit a comment or question below and we will try to point you in the right direction.

These fault codes for tumble dryers including both normally vented and condenser tumble dryers and may be used on other Candy made tumble dryer models.

These error codes do not relate to all tumble dryers as some have different circuit boards fitted. If you are unsure please ask

Before you start any investigation of the fault or even remove the lid of your tumble dryer please watch our videos and fully understand them in full and pay particular attention to the safety and information notices

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There are loads of video below to help you repair your tumble dryer condenser or vented and they will help you with all these makes Hoover or Candy tumble dryer and some Maytag, Helkama, Kelvinator, Otsein, Teka, Terzismo, Zerowatt models.




40 Responses to “Hoover Candy Tumble dryer all lights flashing error fault code”

  1. Karen Park says : Reply

    Hi I have just purchased a brand new candy tumble dryer. First time I try to use it and all the lights start flashing after a few minutes. Is this something I can fix myself or should I try to get a replacement machine? Many thanks

  2. Quentin Wilson says : Reply

    Hi hope you can help
    I have a hoover vhc 580nc tumble dryer which no longer heats up, all lights flash after a while but no heat. I replaced the fuse and thermostat in the back after finding the 206 degree fuse had gone but it just keeps going so am now in need of help
    I would appreciate any further advise
    Kind regards

    • You need to check all the thermostats in the dryer there is usually one on the front also it is worth checking the relay on the circuit board

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  3. Quentin Wilson says : Reply

    Found the other stat and replaced now working perfectly thanks????

  4. I am struggling to find a follow on video – Candy GOV 580NC all lights flash, but it’s intermittent – where do I start troubleshooting? or do I just think life’s too short and replace it?

  5. Pat Keenan says : Reply

    Hi i have a Hover VHV 680c-80 the one with no LCD panel. Recently it starts up fine and then after a few minutes all the lights flash on it times pauses for a few seconds and then flashes 8 times again. Just keeps on repeating this sequence. Do you know what this error code relates to.

  6. Emma says : Reply

    Hiya we have an e15 fault on a hoover condenser dryer
    N.3110069315120051 please you tell us how to sort this
    Thank you!

  7. ROBERT langley says : Reply

    Hi we have a candy gcc591nd. All the lights flash with a beeping noise after a couple of seconds. How can I diagnose the fault. Drum turns but no heat.

  8. Stephen Harrison says : Reply

    Hi.
    I have a candy GOV 580NC-80 vented dryer and when it is running all lights flash and it continuously beeps. I have tried to put it into the fault diagnostic mode and it beeps 3 times.
    DO you know what this is and what I need to do to fix it?
    Regards
    Steve

  9. Michelle Burke says : Reply

    Hi there I have a candy grando comfort condenser dryer it’s new and when I put it on all the lights flash please can you advise what the problem may be I don’t want to be buying new parts all ready for a new machine thanks

  10. Michelle Burke says : Reply

    Hi there I have a candy grando comfort condenser dryer GCC590NB it’s new and when I put it on all the lights flash please can you advise what the problem may be I don’t want to be buying new parts all ready for a new machine thanks

  11. John havenhand says : Reply

    I have a candy grand comfort sensor condenser dryer all lights are currently flashing on said dryer any ideas?

  12. Pamela says : Reply

    Hi I have a candy tumble dryer all lights keep flashing can u tell me what’s up with it

  13. Pamela says : Reply

    Hi I have a candy grand tumble dryer all lights keep flashing can u tell me
    What’s up with it plz

  14. James says : Reply

    I have a hoover dyc8132bx 80 condesor dryer. Heats up for abou 5-10 minutes the goes cold and stays cold. After about 30-40 minutes it stops and get E08 code. I have changed the heater and the two stats on top of it and it hasn’t made any difference. Please can you advise on what to do next. Thanks.

  15. Damien hill says : Reply

    I have a hoover infinity sensor condenser dryer, model number VHC 68B-80, I have all the lights flashing and and. Ee ping going off and there is no heat when I open the door could you please help thank you

  16. Janet says : Reply

    candy gcc 500nb-80 all lights flashing drum still turning but no heat what could this be

  17. Kate says : Reply

    Condenser Dryer – Model No. VTC 5911NB – Product Code 31100715 All the lights are flashing and beeping at once

  18. Neil says : Reply

    candy gcv 581 nc

    All flashing light error. drum turns on but after 5-10 mins starts bledping and all lights flash. Can you help diagnose please.

    Thanks.

  19. Vinny says : Reply

    Hi,

    I have a hoover VHC 68B dryer. All the lights flash on constantly. What fault could this be please? Thanks

  20. alan robins says : Reply

    Hi I have a hoover VHV 781C -80 Ser No. 3110039912380276 flashing an error code of E 08 .
    please help

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