LINT BUILD UP LIGHT FLASHING ON THE CONTROL PANEL SCREEN BUT NO LINT ON THE LINT TRAP.
- Mgillani asked 5 months ago
- last active 5 months ago
The dryer is not heating. We checked the element, the fuses and everything checks ok. We checked the airflow, unhooked the duct and ran it. Checked out ok. The motor is spinning. What parts should we replace in this dryer sequentially to repair unit?
- Apache Warrior asked 9 months ago
- last active 9 months ago
I am trying to determine what part I need to fix my dryer EFME627UTT1. Essentially, the dryer won’t start. However, it is exhibiting other strange behavior. The dryer has been in service for about two years since, 9/2019.
When I try to start the dryer, it makes three beeping noises, as it would if the door was open. The door is of course closed however. I put the dryer in diagnostic mode and it displayed an error code of ‘EHd’, flashing as ‘E’ then ‘Hd’. I do not see that code listed in the Dryer Tech Data Sheet. The dryer has a wheel to rotate through the different dry cycles. The center of a wheel has LED lights on it, indicating the time left to complete the dry cycle in minutes. When I rotate through the different dry cycles, the timer doesn’t change as it normally would. It gets stuck on particular value, once at 45 minutes, once at 55, etc. Additionally, sometimes the previous mentioned LED light doesn’t come at all when I start the dryer. However, if I put the dryer in diagnostic mode, the light will then come on and display the error code ‘EHd’ as mentioned previously.
I have taken the dryer apart to check for lint buildup, I found some, but nothing extraordinary. I am assuming its some sort of electronic problem. From some googling it seems it might be the control board, but at around $150 I’d prefer not to miss the call on the diagnoses. Thanks for the help.
- scarney27 asked 10 months ago
- last active 10 months ago
This is a coin operated electric dryer. When it is started, the minutes display shows 45 and the light on the top panel is on for “cooling down” instead of “drying”. The heat cycles on and off and the time display counts down normally to 1 minute and remains at 1 minute, and the dryer continues to run and heat and doesn’t shut off. I’m suspecting the timer is the issue. Any assistance would be appreciated.
- user asked 10 months ago
- last active 10 months ago
After disconnecting the dryer to clean the duct, I removed the front to clean the inside and cleaned the duct. Closed up unit plugged in the unit, flipped on the breaker, and powered up the unit. The dryer is powered up but will not go past the selection/timer. The start/pause is not engaging the cycle.I read in some past posts that it could be a belt or a fuse. What are my next steps?
- The1Jeff asked 12 months ago
- last active 12 months ago
This dryer is not coming on . I have test power and it is 240 on L1 and L2 but when i test on L1 to neutral i get 120 with is good but when i test L2 to N i am get 240 but only when dryer is plug up to wall plug . Test at wall plug is fine 240 L1 to L2 and 110 for L1 to N and L2 to N 110
This is crazy it has a new main board installed .
What do you thank mite be the cause that is keeping the dryer for working
- kc0otv73 asked 2 years ago
- last active 2 years ago