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I Googled my washer to look up some stuff i couldn't find for my own washer other than here and i did not see E08 as an error code in my manual or on any of the other websites but i did see F08 followed by E01 which was a water supply error:: and you have to check for proper water supply:: check the hoses and the faucets to be sure that the screens are not clogged and the hoses are not kinked to clear the code touch the power button once then touch the power button again to restart the washer if the code appears again the manual says to call for service to send out a service tech.
I posted this elsewhere by mistake, I have a Hoover Optima which had an E08 fault, the forums suggested a Tachometer issue. I fixed the fault it was just the motor brushes. i made a video including testing the tacho and changing the brushes that cost me a tenner. easy fix hi I had this fault google said it was tachometer fault. the e08 fault on my hoover optima was not the tachometer, i checked it, but the fix was very easy, the motor brushes were worn out and i changed them for 10 quid, I made a video of it its on you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYn-f78GB4U if its any use.
Hi, E2 error code means the evaporator sensor is fault. This needs to be checked against a temp/resistance chart which may require the PCB to be replaced.Only service professional can test it.You need the device for testing it.
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hi I had this fault, google said it was tachometer fault. the e08 fault on my hoover optima was not the tachometer, i checked it, but the fix was very easy, the motor brushes were worn out and i changed them for 10 quid, I made a video of it its on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYn-f78GB4U and it shows you how to test the tacho and how to change the brushes, hope this helps someone