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Fault code F06 (code = failed to heat) I have tested the element resistance and have a reading of 28 ohms and nothing to earth unfortunately I don't have an insulation testers so can't test for insulation. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: heating element
you have to remove the back half of the case by removing the lid, screws at the sides (bottom) and from the bottom rear. then from the top centre. slide the rear case backwards by seperating the hose bracket and the element is at the bottom of the outer tub.
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
SOURCE: dryer spins but no heat
Did you check the power coard where it connects to the dryer? Start at the source. Make sure that you have at least 110v on each line. The dryer will tumble on 110v but requires 220v to heat. If you have 220v then check the t-stat and thermal cut-out on the blower. Check all wires for loose or burnt terminals. If all that is good it may be a bad motor or timer/control. I'm happy that you have a meter.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
First of all, make sure you unplug the washer before making any measures, and make sure you unplug any connectors from the CCU, so you aren't reading parallel paths. Isolate the components you wish to test from the CCU or you may get inaccurate readings.
The reading across the heating element terminal should read 15 ohms. Make sure you aren't grounding your probe against the case, or you will get improper readings.
The NTC will read approximately what you have at room temperature. Was the connector plugged in before you began troubleshooting? A common problem is the connector falling off and generating the error code.
As far as the connector plug on the CCU is concerned, plug layouts can differ between models. Make sure you have the correct connector plug to the NTC. You may have to hand over hand it to find it. Unplug the connector at the CCU and leave it plugged in to the NTC. Perform a resistance check across the PLUG terminals. You should get the same readings as you mentioned before if the plug and wires are good. This not checks the resistance of the NTC, but also proves continuity of the wires.
Doublecheck your readings and let me know what you have. I would like to rule out a CCU problem. It is not common for this error code. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Hello - Typically error code E68 can indicate one or two issues. First problem could be that one of the keys (buttons) is stuck closed (active). Enter "Function Test Mode" and perform Key Test to determine which button is at fault. To perform the "Function Test Mode": Press and hold the START and CANCEL button at the same time for 10 seconds. The stuck key should blink. Carefully free the key and perform the test again. If button is free but the error code still exist, the electronic control will need to be replaced. Second issue could possibly be a current leakage to ground on heater or fuse opened. However, I would strongly suggest contacting a professional to the check the resistance of the heating element (should be approximately 14ohms) or the resistance between the ground and both heater terminals. It should be open when heater terminals are disconnected. If the readings are incorrect, replace the heating element.
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For this error code you need to check both the water heater or element and thermistor, basically the washing machine is reporting a fault on the heating circuit with this fault code but it is not capable of identifying exactly where the fault actually lies.
On non-display panel models this fault code is denoted by the lights for 95, 60, 40 and cold being lit or flashing.
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