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Hello Gary Melton - Typically error code E64 indicates that the unit has detected that the heater circuit is open. Contact a professional to move forward accurately to check the heater coils and connections for open circuits. Depending on the diagnoses heater might need replacing and/or wiring

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You have not specified Tumble dryer model so I can not say for certain that my answer is correct. Fault codes can sometimes vary depending on the platforms appliances because today some manufacturers release new models twice a year and thay have the absolutlly right to make changes and improve the efficiency of new appliances (also change fault codes).

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Good Afternoon Friend, this is Z. Thank you for your inquiry!

Normally error code E64 is an indication that the heater circuit is in the open position. This is not a simple DIY job; I would highly recommend consulting a professional to move forward accurately. The certified technician will need to check the heater coils and connections for open circuits. Depending on the diagnosis the heater or wiring may need replacing.

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Hi gordsxbstn34 - Typically error code E64 indicates that the unit has detected that the heater circuit is open. Contact a professional to move forward accurately to check the heater coils and connections for open circuits. Depending on the diagnoses heater might need replacing and/or wiring

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