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Re: Indesit WIE167 washing mashine
Remove the rear panel of the washer.
You will see the heater element at the rear of the drum,it has 2 wires going to it.
The thermistor as it is called is located at the end of the element,, unplug the connector on the thermistor. and pull the old one out, refit new thermistor, and connector.
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code p0118 refers to engine coolant temperature (ETC) sensor ---circuit malfunction===causes---coolant thermostat---wiring open circuit/short to positive---wiring short to ground---ground wire defective---ECT sensor.. The temp gauge works off a temperature sender unit separate to the coolant sensor and if it is reading 100 then it indicates an overheat situation in the engine . Probably why the engine light is coming on. As the thermostat is in the list of causes I would replace it as a precaution. The coolant sensor is what tells the CPU to turn on the electric fans to cool the radiator
Ok Ok Not so easy to answer. There are two additional functions with your current machine that not all machines are equipped with.
Dishwasher Turbidity Sensor
Sensor, thermistor and turbidity
This sensor modify s the wash cycle based on water clarity and water temperature.
Not all machines of the same group have these additional features.
Your unit does have these options.
The replacement controller( 807024501) does not have connections for these functions. The controller is basic without these enhancements, I have replaced in a similar situation a full featured controller with a less featured controller with no degradation to the dishwasher performance.
the sensor is located in front of radiator if you open hood and look down behind front bumper you should see it, or look from under the frt bumper, it easy to change, also get part from dealer it not $$,hope this helps.
Oven temperature too hot
Check and replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).
Open oven temperature sensor (RTD)
Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control.
Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.
DF means the temperature sensor is faulty. Replace it. Get a new one from your Simpson agent. Turn power off. Open panel by removing the 3 screws at the rear of panel & swing it up. If you are standing behind the machine look on the left hand side at the top of the circuit board. You will see a small white plug with 3 wires (red-white-black) Very carefully pull this plug toward you off the 3 pin base. The other end is the sensor pushed into the water inlet chamber. Pull it out. Push new sensor into water chamber (make sure black rubber o-ring is on it) Push wiring plug back onto 3 pin base. It can only go on one way. Do not force it or twist it as the 3 pins can be easily broken or damaged. Then close panel & power up.
Error 5 refers to the temperature sensor. On my machine the wire to it had broken at the spade connector connecting to the sensor. You can access it easily by removing the back panel, the sensor is at the bottom of the drum with one white wire coming from it. I replaced the connector with a sleeved 1/4" spade connector bought from Halfords. The wire is of poor quality so try to support it so vibrations dont cause the cable to fracture again