After the water was fill up and drum was rotated 4 times the washer stop working and display show me error cod E3.
Please help me.Thanks.
Answer Hello Simon. E3 is motor or control board failure. If the unit is turning, replace the board. If no movement, replace the motor on the unit.
On the spin cycle is shows the error code 3E but it does not do it every time. It does it maybe 3 out of 5 times, can you help me with this?
The 3E indicates a motor failure (Over current). This means that over current is detected and the motor won't turn. You will want to check the motor windings, the speed sensor, wiring connections and control board. The tech sheet that is located in the unit will tell you how to check. Any 2 pins on the motor connector should read 11.6 ohms. Pin 1 to 2, pin 2 to 3 and pin 1 to 3 on the CN9 connector of the main control should read 11.6 ohms. If outside the range then the motor is bad.
I keep getting error code E3 what does this mean
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I'm getting a E2 error on the display and washer will not operate at all. the machine stopped with the basket full of water. What does this code mean?
The error code E2 indicates that there is a stuck key on the control. You will want to unplug unit for 30 minutes. Plug back and if the code returns then you will need to replace the keypad.
What does the Pcb mems sensor do.I had a repair guy out to look at my washer for knocking noise during the high speed spin cycle.They replaced the shocks on my machine about three months ago.Took care of problem for about a month or so knocking noise came back.Now he thinks it is the control board.Could it be a bad shock? Or the PCB mems sensor no codes are coming up on display.
Answer John, in short, the "mems" sensor acts as an "off balanced" load system. Instead of the washer continuing to spin,based on motor torque, if there is enough movement in the cabinet,in the event of an off balance load, it will reduce speed, and attempt to re balance itself. The control board or sensor is not likely the issue. There is a remote possibility that the control board or mems sensor is bad, but very remote. it's most likeley a shock, and possibly a loose or broken spin basket support arm.