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Make sure the cold tap is turned on properly - sometimes the handle moves, but the shaft does not turn - especially those blue plastic ones. E11 means no water supply. Turn the shaft on the tap with a small spanner if necessary - make sure water is flowing.May be blocked with limescale - or the filter in the tap bunged up. Or could be problem with cold fill valve on the machine I suppose - wire disconnected, or needs new valve. Can you hear the valve buzzing when you start the program and it should be filling? check water supply again. take hose off the machine, turn tap on and see if water flows, with pressure.
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I see that your Electrolux washer is giving off an "E11" error code. An "E11" stands for water is not entering, which can be several possibilities. The water supply to your home has been interrupted or water pressure may be low. Check the hoses to assure they are not kinked and the drain pipe is proper per installation. If these steps have not resolved your issue it could be a problem within the control panel and I would perform a reset on your appliance, which is disconnecting power from it for roughly ten minutes. Hopefully this helps. -Matt
Error code E15 means pump time out, that it is to say the water is not pumping out enough in the time alloted by the control module.
There must be some kind of blockage or restriction in the pump or the outlet hose, so you need to check these.
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Hi, - fixed this myself. Problem was a blocked pipe from front of drum to pressure switch. - The machine was fooled in to thinking it had water in when it hadnt! - hence the error 15. that was also why it would not fill. - im guessing the heater blew because it was on with no water to keep it cool!
E15 means that it is not draining fast enough. As well as checking the outlet pipes, check the filter leading to the pump. Disconnect the power and pipe. If possible take outside because there will be a residual amount of water. Remove the back panel, then disconnect the locking rings holding the tubes on. Your main target should be the big downflow rubber tube from the drum, in here is a plastic filter. In mine I found a child's sock... plus buttons...plus slime. Problem solved.
E15 "Check Outlet Pipes". Normally this is a blockage in the pipe or the filter connected to the drum.
Error code 15: Water is not being pumped out and a flood condition could occur. Check that the drainage hose is raised to the recommended minimum height and that the pipe is not blocked.
What you need to be sure of, is whether when the error telling you to check for blockages in the outlet pipes happens, it's actually an accurate indication of the fault. I dislike these stupid error codes as they often fire off erroneously and cause no end of trouble.
It can also mean a faulty control panel.
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