My kenmore tumble dryer keeps stopping, makes and intermittent beeping sound and displays the letters E9E in the display. I can't find any refernce to this dispaly in the instructions. Can you help please.
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Hello zabbster - Typically E9E means that there is an issue with the control board receiving low or intermittent voltage and you would need to contact a professional to verify the house wiring and confirm the power supply.
The "E9E" code means Low Voltage is seen at the Control Board. Make sure the RED wire on the Control Board that connects to the Heater Relay is not loose or burnt. This is the LINE ONE voltage supply to the Control Board and if it has a bad, loose or burnt connection it will cause E9E to display. If there are no loose of burnt wire connections then the control board will likely need to be removed and replaced.
We had this error on our machine for about a year before we finally got sick and tired of it. Our dryer was purchased in 2006.
Here is the solution: the code means there is an error on the thermistor. Our thermistor was loose, as were other electrical wires. My husband tightened up all the connections and the thermistor, and we have never had this error again.
However, we will never buy these machines again either, because we have had numerous other errors on the washer and dryer.