Tumble Dryer fault code errors Aeg, Electrolux, Zanussi Etc

by / Saturday, 13 December 2014 / Published in Tumble Dryers

How to use the diagnostic mode for fault code errors

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These error codes are for ENVo6 Cuirct boards tumble dryer  Electrolux, AEG, Arthur Martin, Elektro Helios, Eureka, Faure, Frigidaire, Gibson Appliance, Husqvarna, Kelvinator, Marijnen, Parkinson Cowan, Progress, Simpson, Tornado, Tricity Bendix, Volta, Westinghouse, Zanker, Zanussi, Zoppas,




Tumble Dryer facial panel types

 

 

 

 

If these fault codes apply to your Tumble dryer it should have a fascia panel on it like one of those shown below, there are four known variants covering quite literally hundreds of different models sold in the UK and across the EU.

Error Codes for Env06 Tumble dryer boards:

 

E00

No alarm.

E21 

Canister fill pump triac faulty.

Possible fault Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty. Cycle interrupted. OFF

E22

Triac "sensing" circuit for the canister fill pump faulty

Possible fault Electronic board faulty. Cycle interrupted. Machine Status/Action OFF

E31

Conductimetric sensor signal frequency too high.

Possible fault Electronic board faulty.Machine Status/Action Alarm activated only during diagnostics.

E32

Conductimetric sensor signal frequency too low.

Possible fault  Wiring faulty; Brushes worn/faulty; Electronic

board faulty. Machine Status/Action  Cycle interrupted.

E33

It is displayed in the last alarm, if position 8 is NOT OK.

Possible fault Wiring faulty; Brushes worn/faulty; Electronic

board faulty.  Machine Status/Action Alarm activated only during diagnostics.

E45

Door closure sensor.

Possible fault Door interlock faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

E51

Motor power triac short-circuited.

Possible fault Motor faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

E52

Intervention of motor overheating safety cut-out.

Possible fault Motor faulty; Intervention of motor overheating cutout; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Power to the heater unit and reversal of the direction of rotation are interrupted. If the problem does not re-occur, the alarm is memorized and the cycle continues. If the fault persists after several attempts to supply power (about 35 min.), alarm E51 is generated.

E53

Motor triac "sensing" circuit faulty.

Possible fault Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

E54

Motor in-operational.

Possible fault Excessive wash load; Voltage too low; Motor/transmission system inoperative.

Machine Status/Action Cycle paused after several attempts at powering the motor. Start

E61

Insufficient heating (maximum time exceeded).

Possible fault  Heater unit faulty; Wiring faulty; NTC sensor incorrectly calibrated/out of position; Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Cycle paused.

E62

Power relay to heater unit faulty.

Possible fault Heater unit faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Forced cooling cycle.

E63

Intervention of auto-reset thermostat on the heater unit.

Possible fault Thermostat faulty (replace heater unit); Heater unit faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Disconnects the power supply to the heater unit. If the problem does not re-occur, the alarm is memorized and the cycle continues. If, after several attempts to restore power, the fault persists, alarm E62 is generated.

E64

Heater thermostat.

Possible fault Heater thermostat faulty: Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty.

E65

Fan motor triac faulty.

Possible fault Fan motor wiring not connected; Motor faulty; Triac interrupted.

E66

Fan motor thermal protection.

Possible fault Fan motor wiring not connected; Motor faulty; Triac interrupted.

E67

Triac control faulty.

Possible fault Fan motor wiring not connected; CRM board faulty.

E71

NTC1 sensor faulty.

Possible fault NTC1 sensor faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Forced cooling cycle.

E72

NTC2 sensor faulty.

Possible fault NTC2 sensor faulty; Wiring faulty; Electronic board faulty.

E82

Selector in OFF position faulty.

Possible fault Board wiring; board faulty.

E83

Selector positions wrong.

Possible fault Board wiring; board faulty.

E93

Error in the configuration of the appliance.

Possible fault EEPROM configuration incorrect. Electronic board faulty. Cycle interrupted. OFF

E94

Error in the configuration of the drying cycle. EEPROM configuration incorrect.

Possible fault Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

E97

Incongruence between selector and cycles.

Possible fault Configuration error. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

EA1

CRM board communication faulty.

Possible fault  Board wiring; CRM board faulty.

EA2

CRM board protocol inconsistent.

Possible fault Software wrong; CRM board faulty.

EA3

Board selector faulty.

Possible fault Electronic board faulty.

EA4

Selector protocol wrong. Electronic board faulty.

EB1

Power frequency to appliance out of limits.

Possible fault Problems with the power supply (incorrect/interference). Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action  Cycle interrupted. If a stable power supply is restored before the time-out has elapsed, the cycle resumes.

EB2

Power voltage too high.

Possible fault Problems with the power supply (incorrect/interference). Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted

EB3

Power voltage too low.

Possible fault Problems with the power supply (incorrect/interference). Electronic board faulty.

Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted. If a stable power supply is restored before the time-out has elapsed, the cycle resumes.

EC1

Voltage incongruence between boards.

Possible fault Problems with the power supply (incorrect/interference). CRM board faulty.

EC2

Frequency incongruence between boards.

Possible fault Problems with the power supply (incorrect/interference). CRM board faulty.

EC3

CRM resistance out of time (only in diagnostic mode).

Possible fault CRM group not connected; CRM group faulty.

EC4

Steam generator (CRM) heater relay.

Possible fault CRM group not connected; relay on board faulty.

EC5

CRM thermostat faulty.

Possible fault CRM group not connected; CRM group faulty.

EC6

CRM piloting faulty.

Possible fault CRM board faulty.

EC7

CRM pump triac.

Possible fault Pump wiring not connected; pump faulty; Triac faulty.

EC8

CRM pump diode.

Possible fault Diode on wiring short-circuited.

EC9

CRM pump piloting faulty. CRM board faulty.

ECA

Water tank empty.

Possible fault Tank level sensor wiring; tank level sensor faulty; water tube obstructed.

62 Responses to “Tumble Dryer fault code errors Aeg, Electrolux, Zanussi Etc”

  1. sam says : Reply

    What means E50 on AEG T57840?

  2. Þórður Jóhannesson says : Reply

    Hello!
    I have an AEG dryer Electrolux Lavatherm
    T57820
    Typ 91 A BD AB 01 A
    An errorcode: E60 appears. But that code is not on your list. Can you tell me what it means?
    Best regards

    • RAM says : Reply

      60 is the group which I think is something to do with the heater unit.
      When you get the 60 error you then need to press together the start/pause and first control button nearest the start/pause.
      This will then give you the actual specific fault number within that group.

  3. Hugo says : Reply

    Hello
    I have a AEG Dryer Lavatherm
    Model T57840
    Product nº 916 096 264 00
    The error code is E51 and also E54. Before the motor worked and just before it stopped working the moter would make a strande sound.
    The motor now will not ever turn althou we hear the relays on the front panel.

    What could this be?

    Regards
    Hugo

  4. eddie says : Reply

    hi I have a zanussi zdc64130w condenser tumble dryer, it keeps stopping and 3 green lights come on and the start stop button flashes red and bleeps, I’ve cleaned it all from dust and cleaned all filters also all the condenser pipework and water tank fittings .
    I’ve put the dryer into diagnostic mode and the sequence of flashes are as follows (7 red flashes followed by 1 green flash)
    please can you tell me what this means and how I can fix this problem.
    many thanks Eddie

    • i think 7 Red followed by 1 Green is Error code E71 indicates the NTC (temperature sensor) is faulty.
      The service manual suggests changing the NTC, checking the wiring to the NTC and back to the control board.
      If the wiring is ok and the NTC is new then the fault would lie with the main control board.

      see our videos on ntc sensors

  5. Karl says : Reply

    My electrolux flashes 11 red and 3 green. what can be the problem?

  6. edgar says : Reply

    Hi,
    I have a Electrolux edc 78550 w drumler.
    Motor will not start. I have seen E50 code, but doing diagnostic mode i get code E5E (not 3) red light blinks 5 times + green light blinks 14 ! Times. What code is this?

    • Fiwo says : Reply

      Hi.
      I have a Electrolux EDC 78550W tumble dryer with a TC3 facial panel.
      The motor will not start.
      I have tried test position 3 – and the pump starts but the motor is silent – what could this be?

      • sorry for the late reply
        Try checking the capacitor on the motor I believe on this model you need to take off the side panel

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        • Fiwo says : Reply

          Thank you for your quick reply! 🙂
          I have done some diagnostics tests (thanks to your guidance) and have recieved E5E on the display panel and
          5 blinks With red light and 14 blinks With green light.
          Is it possible to find out what this meens?

          If it is problem with the capacitor, where do I find it?
          I have removed both side panels, but I cannot see any capacitor…..
          I hope You have time to answer! 🙂
          Best regards.

          • i think you mean e53 as i cant find e5e in any data plus the lights don,t make sense. but here is code for e53
            E53
            Motor triac “sensing” circuit faulty.

            Possible fault Electronic board faulty. Machine Status/Action Cycle interrupted.

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  7. Nadia says : Reply

    Hi,
    I have a Zanussi dryer (Electrolux board) and i get an E80 error. But that code is not on your list. Can you tell me what it means?
    thanks.

  8. Lubo says : Reply

    Hi, I have AEG lavatherm model: 75470AH type TC09H6MHP, once i get into diagnostic mode at the end shows error code E32, but before that it shows 023.
    Do you know what could be the problem.

    Thanks mate,

  9. Eamonn says : Reply

    Zanussi condenced dryer. What des 5red and4 green mean?. Machine won’t start

  10. Ramon says : Reply

    Hi, I have AEG dryer T65270AC with problems, I replaced the heater unit because I had heater burned. How can I enter in the diagnostic mode with tc3 facial panel? If I press the start but an the nearest butoon at the same time just show the error but I can enter in the diagnostic mode for to do a reset.

  11. Laura Hards says : Reply

    I have an AEG Protex tumbler dryer and after a few spins it comes up with the error “EHD” or “EH0”
    Now i can’t even select a setting without this error coming up. Anyone help please?!

  12. I have an AEG T55800 9160112900 Dryer which is not drying, ran diagnostics and initially showing 2 start 6 end but now reporting 2 start 3 end no idea what that is?

  13. Oana Belibou says : Reply

    Hi, F83 error on dry machine zanussi, thanks

  14. hi says : Reply

    hy i’ve got an Aeg t88800 ! wenn i started on ! display schows me nothing und control board beeps ! what schould i do ?

    • You may have a fault with the control board You could try inspecting it , Sometimes these are repairable but you need to know what you’re doing.

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  15. hi says : Reply

    hy i’ve got an Aeg t88800 ! wenn i started on ! display schows me nothing und control board beeps ! what schould i do ?

  16. Wade says : Reply

    Hello, I have an Electrolux reverse action dryer Model EDP2074PZW. Recently, I started getting an E20 error and the clothes do not dry. Any idea what the problem is and how it can be fixed?

    Thanks

    • I would just check the heating element, thermostats and if it is a condenser dryer check the pump system See all videos on the website to assist you with all these repairs.

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  17. Boris says : Reply

    i have an Electrolux dryer Model EDC77570W, after three years of use, there is no more any response wen I push the start button. And non of the lihgts on the pannel are flashing. There is an AC to the main board and that its.

  18. John says : Reply

    Do you know which display panel type and electronic environment an Electrolux EDI 96150W dryer would be? I realize there may be different years for it. I just need to get the exact sequence to enter diagnostic mode, and a few other pieces of information. For example, to enther the mode, is it Start/Pause and Timer (Cancel, Buzzer) for 6 seconds, or is it just hit cancel, then wait 10 seconds, then hit any button? I just don’t know. I currently have an error code of something like EA0, but I want more specifics. I realize it might be main board, belt, drum position/sensor, etc.. But I am always using manuals and tech data sheets for other dryers which is wrong. And where is the tech data sheet supposed to be on the dryer so I can advise my friend where to look? Thanks.

  19. John says : Reply

    I forgot to mention, is it’s setup covered in the Env 06 – if so, I have that document opened online?

  20. John says : Reply

    I think for all Electrolux/Zanussi, etc.. dryers form 2001 – 2011, we can just put selector switch on first position, then push start/pause and button next to it, to enter diagnostic mode, and then cycle through the tests by the selector. I”ll pass that on,.

    • Boris says : Reply

      Hello, thank you for the answer. The control panel is dead, What ever I have done, There was no sign or light or error Code, non of any light was lightning. The panel is most likely TC3, bot not quite equal.

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