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The e2 error is a generic error that the machine shows if it's been overloaded or if the load becomes unbalanced during a wash cycle.
To fix you must do a master reset of the washing machine.
1. Close the door and make sure the dial is pointing to the "OFF" function 2. Hold the Start/Pause button and turn the dial anti clockwise (to the left) to the "express 15 min" program at the same time. 3. Hold the Start/Pause button for a minute (the e2 message is meant to start flashing after a minute of holding the button down however with my washing machine this didn't happen) (and neither with mine) 4. Release the button and turn the dial back to the "Off" function. 5. Select any program and the message should not be appearing
Unplug the machine for 15 mins. Try again from the beginning (start a small size wash cycle) and see if the problem clears itself. If it turns itself off again, see if it starts beeping and flashing any of the control panel lights when it does, and at what stage does it turn off? You will get the answer by yourself.
If it will agitate but not spin...listen if motor is running. If not could be timer. If so could be the type wioth transmissions and it is not worth fixing. If nothing happens at any time or selection but you hear motor running...it is the belt if so equiped and cheap to fix.