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Re: Haier HWM5TL E2
You replaced the lid. Did you transfer any possible latch devices from the old to the new lid. Some lids have a magnet that has to be transfered. That magnet activates the switch. Some lids have a plunger or arrow shaped device that needs transfered that goes into a hole to activate the lid switch. Hope you still have the old lid to look at.
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E2 is a faulty button on your control board. Rub your hands over the buttons to make sure none of them are stuck and if you find nothing, try to unplug the unit for 60 seconds. If you continue to have issues, the control board will just need to be ordered and replaced to fix the issue. Here is also a link for the manual. Akira Service manual Home Appliance Washing Machine Always get a quote for motherboards as they vary alot in price and can sometimes be more then what the machine is worth.
I also have a Toshiba AW-9790S, and encountered similar problem. The E2-3 would occur sporadically and halt the washing programme. E2-3 error occurs when the washing machine detects that the lid is not properly seated and locked during the rinse or spin cycles. I took mine apart and resolved my problem by cleaning the contacts for the switches. There are 2 contact switches at the lower right side; 1 for sensing the lid is closed and 1 for sensing that the lid lock is engaged. Both the switches were slightly oxidized which prevented current flow and the sensors from working properly.
machine is very problematic. I had the E2 Error as well. The problem,
like dddd501 said, is with the spring in the left hinge of the top lid.
It probably gets loose after some use. I solved this, after many trial
and errors by wedging a piece of thick cardboard in the gap between the
top lid and the surrounding machine in such a way as to PUSH the top lid
BACKWARDS into the direction of the control panel. This, I presume,
will force the spring into whatever sensor that detects the top lid is
closed and removes the E2 message.
kds e2 means lid switch is not being engaged .remove rear top cover .2 phillips screws .3 snap clips use flat blade screw driver to pop cover .look at rear of lid (door) right side plastic arm part of lid snaped off replace lid part xqb5526f.1.3-3 check saftey switch manually over ride switch as a test .if machine spins change lid if switch broken as well change both .switch # xqb550.1.6
normally pump filter is the best place to start it could be jamed with a coin or hair clip if you take machine outside and empty it then lay it on its side you can access the pump take it off then stand up the machine and pour hot water into the soap draw check water should run out of bottom freely taking any fluff or bits with it now take apart the pump and clean it all out dry all components before reasembly if the machine still doesent wory could need a new pump
The machine beeps E2 all the time. Actually E2 error code means washer door is not closed properly. However washer door does close properly, but the machine still beeps with showing E2 error code. Please help solve this problem.