I get the error code OE. I changed the drain pump out took all the hoses out and cleaned them (they were not obviously dirty or blocked) and it does the same thing...Would it be recommended to change out the circuit board? It seems as though whatever is supposed to tell it to drain is not working...Please help!!
ANSWER Tammie, You may have an issue in the water level switch 6601ER1006A or air hose 5214ER4001L. If the hose is clogged with lint, debris, or deposits, and the main control does not see the water level switch reset to empty, within the time allotted, it will create the "OE" code. Check and make sure the water level sensor switch will reset (you should hear a click, when you blow into it, and another click, when you release the air .) Before you replace the control board. Thanks
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, October 13, 2012