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Dec 25, 2014 | Electrolux Washing Machines
Hello friend, thank you very much for your inquiry!
After reviewing the information you have provided regarding your Electrolux front load washer EIFLW55HIW0 having an E35 error code, I have found E35 is an indication of a water over fill problem. If the water fills above 4.5 inches please follow the below trouble shooting steps I have provided for you. If the water is not above 4.5 inches you may need to change the pressure sensor switch.
If the water enters continuously please unplug the washer to see if the water stops. If the water does not stop your issue may be the water valve assembly. If the water does stop the wiring to the water valve assembly needs to be checked. If the wiring is good the control board may need to be replaced.
I do suggest you seek a professional technician to look into this issue further to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. - T
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May 06, 2014 | Washing Machines
Hello - I am happy to assist you. However, are you certain that the error code is E33? From my research this manufacturer does not have an E33 error code for any of their units. Could it possibly be E32 or E35? If so, it is related to a pressure sensor issue. Either it has detected a pressure senor calibration error or an overfill water pressure sensor problem. Try reprogramming the unit by unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and restart washer. If it proved to be ineffective, contact a professional to properly diagnosis the unit and move forward accurately.
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