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Family error code E60 is visible to customers and (could be E61,E62,E66,E68 and E69 only visible in service mode) means problem with heating phase.
Possible failures : heating element faulty, NTC sensor faulty, PCB faulty, wiring.
The E90 error code is not a specific code. The error code E90 is just a group error code. It is indicating a communication error between the two boards in your machine. It does not indicate where the problem may be. A power glitch may have caused the E90 error code or a loose connection. One of the control boards could have failed. If it did not clear by unplugging the washer, I recommend a technician come out to properly diagnose your washer
Error 90 is a common fault code in domestics within the Electrolux, Zanussi, AEG range. It's a wiring fault /connection normally between the printed cicuit board and wires. switch off power, remove lid, pull off each connector on board checking for clip holding the connector in place, one at a time, look for arcing marks, rub pins gently with clean cloth, tensinsion up clips in connector(delicately) and refit. having done this, test again with a wet load on spin, then a wash programme. Before dispairing check the motor coonnections.
Hold reset and start buttons down, while turning on. Hold down for about 10 seconds.
If you're getting an E90 error code, which means communications error, it means you have a dodgy connection between the main board and the control panel.
Disconnect the power completely, open up the top of the machine and reseat the plugs on both ends on the blue ribbon cable connecting the front panel display to the main board. (The main board is the big white plastic thing with all the wires running into it).
Do the reset steps when turning on again, should be good to go, otherwise it's a bit more serious and you'll need the tech back.