E10 Error On Frigidaire Affinity Washer
published, help is on its way! What does the Frigidaire error code E10 indicate on my front load washer?
Frigidaire Affinity Washer Stuck On Pause
Report This by Manage My Life February 15th, 2009 I keep frigidaire e5e error code getting E10 on my Frigidaire High Efficiency front load washer. What does it mean? The model number is
Frigidaire Front Load Washer Pauses On Its Own
LTF2940ES3. The serial number is XC621139894. I bought it in 2006, I believe. Share it! Get more answers from the people in your networks Tags Frigidaire , Washers Click http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/washer-repair/7269-frigidaire-washer-error-code-e10.html to remove this tagging. Add your answer Sign in to answer a question 1 Answer from this member: The E10 error indicates that one of a group of error codes occurred. The specific code could have been one of the following: E11 - Fill time too long. (See test 1 below) E13 - Water leak in the tub or air http://www.shopyourway.com/questions/1023336 leak in the air bell. (See test 2 below) E14 - Dispenser drawer reed switch is open. (See test 3 below) To recall the specific fault code from this group, follow these steps: Wake the machine by pressing any button Wait 5 seconds Press and hold the Start and Pause/Cancel buttons simultaneously All LEDs will go blank and after a few seconds the control will signal the stored code Based on the specific error code, follow the specified test and troubleshooting. The magnet for the dispenser drawer reed switch is shown in the second image below. If this magnet is missing, you will get the E14 code. Some of the troubleshooting provided is intended for service technicians. Do not conduct any test or troubleshooting that you are not completely confident that you can safely complete. Unplug the washer before accessing internal components. If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details. by LYLE W. Earned 69,534 community points in Click'>Washers February 17th, 2009 Comment Give your feedback by voting on answers 0 votes Didn't find what you are lookin
Front Load WasherE10 error Shortly... Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share by Email × Question about Frigidaire Affinity ATF7000E Front Load Washer 8 Answers E10 error Shortly http://www.fixya.com/support/t194586-e10_error after starting a load of wash(about 10-15 min), the washer flashes an E10 error and beeps continuously. If I cancel the load, there is a lot of water in the drum (and, of course, the clothes haven't rinsed) I am able to run a "spin only" cycle and it spins and drains fine. If, I hit the "start" button again, the washer takes in more frigidaire affinity water and continues through the rest of the cycle. Sometimes it is the "normal" amount of time, and sometimes it takes an hour or more. The drain hose is not kinked. This unit is only 4 months old. Posted by almar on Sep 06, 2007 Want Answer 0 Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. frigidaire affinity washer 4 Comments Flag More Print this page Share this page × Moderate Help this question get an answer Is this question mis-categorized or about a different product? Help this question get an answer by entering the correct category or product below. Did you mean? Yes No Cancel Update (+2 points) 2 more comments Anonymous Mar 14, 2008 After 10-15 min after starting the wash - I get that beeping that states E10 - damn it the machine is 2 weeks old - everything is hooked up fine - The appliance compnay did it - now is this common with this machine - or do I return it and get another brand After 10-15 min after starting the wash - I get that beeping that states E10 - damn it the machine is 2 weeks old - everything is hooked up fine - The appliance compnay did it - now is this common with this machine - or do I return it and get another brand Anonymous May 05, 2008 Same problem. Same problem. Anonymous Aug 01, 2008 we have the same problem and have for the past two years, we have to push pause open d