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All error codes and faults for Candy and Hoover washing machines

 Hoover and Candy washing machine error codes

All error codes and faults for Candy and Hoover washing machines

-- Candy and Hoover washing machine error codes

Modern washing machines, or what is known as digital washing machines, have a smart system to identify faults, and the user can know the error in the washing machine and deal with it in a correct way. The models differ in the system of error codes, where there are those who depend on a light that flashes a certain number within 14 seconds or there is a screen on which the code is written Directly and we will mention each error code for the Hoover washing machine and the Candy washing machine, with a mention of how to deal with it

Noticeable:
1- The code is written or is in the form of a flashing light and its number has learned the error code.
2- Disconnect the electricity to the washing machine, then start the process of repairing the washing machine.
3- If you are not sure of something, do not do it in order not to cause more damage.

- E01 or E07 on some models:

This code usually indicates a malfunction in the washing machine door switch or in the wires connecting to it from the electronic card

To solve, do these steps

1- Unplug the washing machine

2- Check the door lock and the washer door tongue

3- Make sure that the wire connections are installed firmly and not out of place or cut.

4- Make sure that the wires are properly connected to the electronic card (the wires connected to the key end in the card).

It is assumed that after repairing the washing machine or treating the malfunction, this symbol will disappear from appearing, but

 On some models, this symbol also indicates another malfunction.

- E02 code

This code indicates a problem with water entering the washing machine, meaning that the washing machine is not filled with water properly, and the possibilities of that are

1- A problem with the water source (faucet)

2- Curvature or non-straightening of the water hose coming from the faucet to the washing machine

3- The presence of an obstacle or damage to the water inlet valve and here

You have to make sure that the filter at the back of the valve is clean and does not obstruct the entry of water, and you must also check the validity of the valve electrically, as the valve is inside an electric coil. It gives you a reading on the display of the multimeter, as it is of course damaged, and also made sure that the wires are installed. You can return to this topic, the water inlet valve in the automatic washing machine, to learn more.

- E03 code

This code indicates that there is a problem in expelling or draining the water from the washing machine, and this is caused by

1- There is an obstacle that prevents water from being expelled, such as pins, small coins, buttons, etc. All you have to do is take out the pump filter and make sure it is clean.

2- The possibility of damage to the ejection students is, of course, so you will have to check the ejection pump by using the multimeter on the ohm scale.

- E04 code

The washing machine drum has an amount of water in excess of the required limit, or water constantly enters the drum

So you have to make sure

1- Safety water inlet valve

2- The safety of the burger or the leaf

3- Make sure of the wires connecting to the sprayer and the water inlet valve

- E05 code

There is a problem with the water temperature sensor located in the back of the washing machine

This sensor is NTC negative thermal resistance and is located in the back or back of the washing machine, and all you have to do is make sure that the wires are fixed firmly in the sensor and there may be damage to the water temperature sensor and need to be replaced.

- E06 code

This code indicates a malfunction in the electronic card or its EEPROM, and if this symbol appears as soon as the drum rotates, the cause may be imbalance. It is advised to start a washing cycle with the washing machine empty of clothes to determine the malfunction.

- E07 code

This code in some models indicates a malfunction in the washer door switch, as we mentioned before, and also indicates a malfunction in the motor.

Follow the steps mentioned in code E01 to check the washing machine door switch

2- Make sure that the wires connecting to the motor are installed and that the drum rotates without making any visible noise or defect.

- E08 code

This code indicates that there is a problem with the motor, especially the speed sensor

If the tub does not rotate, then this is most likely a problem with the motor itself, but if it is spinning and gives the maximum speed and then stops (wrong behavior), this indicates a problem with the motor speed sensor.

- E09 code

A problem with the component responsible (the motor triac) for running the motor in the electronic card.

- E10 code

In old models, this code indicates a problem with the timer and the modern one in the suit sensor

Error codes E11 through E14 are related to the dryer.

- E15 code

A problem with the electronic card, as it may be a problem in its programming or in the ACI.

- E16 code

This code means that there is a problem with the heater.

- E17 code 

A problem with the motor's tachometer, which is the component that controls the speed of the motor.

- E18 code

There is a problem with the electronic card

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