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SOURCE: Inlet Thermistor Open F-24 flashes if the inlet thermistor is open. How do I close it? This is a whirlpool cabrio electric dryer.

Replace the thermistor to restore normal operation. It opens when appliance gets to certain temperature and then closes again to restore heat. That sucker will never work until you get a good thermistor in there.

You can always jump it and get heat but there is no safety valve in case unit overheats - could have a fire. Your call, your life.

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Error code f25 replaced inlet thermador


call a repairman we do not know what you have .

Mar 16, 2016 | Washing Machines

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List of codes for Hotpoint, Creda, Ariston, Indesit, Cannon


Appliance tagged Hotpoint, Creda, Ariston, Indesit, Cannon are all distributed by the Indesit appliances group.
All this brands share parts, they share the same error code list, and the service is provided by same centres.
I will publish a list of error codes for Hotpoint, Creda, Ariston, Indesit, Cannon.

Washing Machines and Washer Dryers
  • F10 - No cold fill. Check that the taps are on or if the drain hoses are kinked.
  • F11 - No hot fill.The ambient temperature is likely to be below freezing possibly due to the pipes being frozen. Also check that the taps are on or if the drain hoses are kinked.
  • F12 - No mixed fill. It is likely that the water is not turned on at the taps.
  • F13 - Check the water supply, inlet valve and hot and cold hose connections.
  • F14 - A fault with the water heating has occurred
  • F15 - Water is not being pumped out and a flood condition could occur. Check that the drainage hose is raised to the recommended minimum height and that the pipe is not blocked
  • F16 - Extremely high water level Disconnect or turn off the water supply and ensure that the water level does not rise any more.
  • F17 - Door not closed properly. Close door firmly at 3 o'clock position
  • F20/1 - The thermistor resistance has drifted or the temperature scanning sequence is incorrect. The ambient temperature could be below freezing
  • F30/31 - A motor drive problem has occurred. Try running the programme again. If the problem persists book service
  • F40 - Water below protection level during a heat step
  • F41 - Water level detect sequence incorrect
  • F50/51 - Customer language and wash programme have not been saved. The system will run with default conditions (1000rpm max and English language).

Fault codes for LCD EVO1 Washers
  • F01 - Short circuit motor triac
  • F02 - Motor jammed tacho detached
  • F03 - Wash thermistor open/short circuit
  • F04 - Pressure switch jammed on empty
  • F05 - Pressure switch jammed on full
  • F06 - Program selector error
  • F07 - Heater relay stuck
  • F08 - Heater relay cannot be activated
  • F09 - Incompatible eeprom
  • F10 - Pressure switch not sensing correctly
  • F11 - Pump cannot be activated
  • F12 - Communication error
  • F13 - Dryer fan or dryer thermisotor fault
  • F14 - Dryer element fault
  • F15 - Dryer element relay fault
  • H20 - Not fillings. Check tap, hose and inlet valves
  • LOCKED - Check interlock
Fault codes for LCD EVO2 and V4 Washers
  • F01 - Motor traic short circuit
  • F02 - Motor jammed or tacho detached
  • F03 - Wash thermistor open/short circuit
  • F04 - Pressure switch jammed on empty
  • F05 - Pressure switch jammed on full - Check pump for blackages.
  • F07 - Heater relay stuck
  • F08 - Heater relay stuck
  • F09 - Setup error
  • F10 - Pressure switch not sensing
  • F11 - Pump cannot be activated
  • F12 - No communication between cards
  • F13 - Drying thermistor open/short circuit
  • F14 - Drying element faulty
  • F15 - Dryer element relay fault
  • F17 - Interlock error
  • F18 - Communication error
  • H20 - Not filling. Check tap, hose and inlet valves

Fridges and Freezers
  • F1 - Freezer thermistor open circuit
  • F2 - Freezer thermistor short circuit
  • F3 - Fridge thermistor open circuit
  • F4 - Fridge thermistor short circuit
  • F7 - Evaporator thermistor open circuit
  • F8 - Evaporator thermistor short circuit
  • F9 - Temperature set switch open circuit
  • FA - No feedback from Baffle
  • FB - Fridge Baffle motor operating continuously
  • FE - Defrost time out
Dishwashers
  • F10 - Fill or empty time out. Check that the hoses are not kinked, that the taps are on or whether the drain pump or hose is blocked.
  • F11 - Heater timed out. The heater has not reached the required level.
  • F20 - Temperature under range
  • F21 - Temperature over range
LCD Dishwasher Models
  • A01 - Float switch
  • A02 - Open/Short circuit heater relay
  • A03 - Short circuit on thermistor or Time-out drain- Check filter for blockages then book a repairif the problem persists.
  • A04 - Unable to reach or sense temperature within 70 minutes
  • A05 - Pressure switch has not been reset
  • A07 - Open/Short circuit wash motor triac
  • A08 - Open/Short circuit auxiliary wash motor triac
  • A09 - Open/Short circuit with main wash traic
  • A10 - Open/Short circuit fill valve traic
  • A11 - Half load valve traic or alternating motor action
  • A12 - Open circuit heater rely
  • A13 - Open/Short circuit dispenser traic
  • A14 - Drain hose too low causing syphoning. Check drain hose.
  • H20 - Check tap and pressure of incoming water.
Hotpoint Tumble Dryers
  • F1 - The level of required dryness has not been reached within the time period. Check that the correct programme has been selected
  • F2 - Thermistor or sensing circuit failure
  • F3 - Heater plate over temperature. Check the filter and vent hose for a possible blockage



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on Jan 10, 2010 | Hotpoint Ultima WF860 Front Load Washer

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Hotpoint aquarius super silent WF630 FAULT CODE F02


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  • F01 - Short circuit motor triac*
  • F02 - Motor jammed tacho detached*
  • F03 - Wash thermistor open/short circuit*
  • F04 - Pressure switch jammed on empty*
  • F05 - Pressure switch jammed on full*
  • F06 - Program selector error*
  • F07 - Heater relay stuck*
  • F08 - Heater relay cannot be activated*
  • F09 - Incompatible eeprom*
  • F10 - Pressure switch not sensing correctly*
  • F11 - Pump cannot be activated*
  • F12 - Communication error*
  • F13 - Dryer fan or dryer thermistor faulty*
  • F14 - Dryer element faulty*
  • F15 - Dryer element relay faulty*
  • H20 - Not fillings. Check tap, hose and inlet valves
  • LOCKED - Check interlock*

Error Codes Hotpoint Service

Aug 24, 2015 | Hotpoint Washing Machines

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Start button will click but won't start


Hello. Your model dryer has a service flash on the lower door strike/catch concerning not staying closed or not closing properly. If the door is allowed to open too much, the door switch will not be closed and the dryer won't run. The part number for the new kit is 279570 and it includes 2 door strikes and several catches. You choose the ones you need. However, if the door *is* closing properly, you can put the unit in diagnostic mode(door closed, all indicators off) by pressing/holding any button *except* stop for 2 seconds, then releasing, press/hold 2 sec, release, press/hold 2 seconds, release-- all the indicator lights will light for 5 seconds, and an 8 88 will be shown in the display. If there are *no* active fault codes, the indicators will momentarily turn off and then stay on with the 8 88 displayed. If there is an active fault code, it will be flashing in the display. (ex. would be an "F" and "xx" where "xx" would be a number.) If you press the same button you originally pressed once, then again, then again, the most recent code will be displayed, then the next, and so on up to 4 stored codes. To turn off diagnostic mode, just press stop. I hope this helps you!
F01 PRIMARY CONTROL FAILURE
F02 KEYPAD
F22 OUTLET THERMISTOR OPEN
F23 OUTLET THERMISTOR SHORTED
F24 INLET THERMISTOR OPEN
F25 INLET THERMISTOR SHORTED
F26 MOTOR DRIVE SYSTEM FAILURE
F28 MOISTURE SENSOR OPEN
F29 MOISTURE SENSOR SHORTED
F30 RESTRICTED AIRFLOW
F70 NO COMMUNICATIONS BETW ELECTRONIC ASSEM
F71 " " " " "
F72 THRU F78 CONSOLE ELECTRONICS FAILURE

Aug 23, 2015 | Kenmore Dryers

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F25 error code


The "F25" error code means the control board senses the inlet thermistor shorted. The inlet thermistor is a part of the hi-limit thermostat which is located on the heating element box.

- The hi-limit thermostat kit Part number: AP3094323

Read more: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/dryer-repair/54078-whirpool-duet-dryer-error-code-f25.html#ixzz2n2Rmgm7a
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Dec 10, 2013 | Whirlpool WED9400S Electric Dryer

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Cabrio steam


bad inlet thermistor.the model number you sent comes up as a refrigerator

Oct 31, 2013 | Whirlpool ET8CHEXSQ Dryer

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Whirlpool duet dryer goes to sensing..but wont turn on


The control board senses the inlet thermistor shorted. The inlet thermistor is a part of the hi-limit thermostat which is located on the heating element box. Here is the part to order.

Nov 26, 2012 | Whirlpool Dryers

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F25 error code


Having an error code on your appliance can be an inconvenience and I know how important it is to have a good working dryer.

The "F25" indicates the INLET THERMISTOR is shorted or the INLET THERMISTOR circuit is shorted. If you replaced the inlet thermistor and control board then it may have bad inlet thermistor circuit. You should disconnect the thermistor circuit connections at the thermistor and control board and test the thermistor circuit for continuity. Check the circuit to see it happens to be open or shorted with an ohm meter.

The inlet thermistor is located on the side of the heating element housing is a thermistor and high limit combination. The part number is 8557403. The inlet thermistor portion of the thermistor/high limit will have two solid red wires connected to it. It could have faulty new thermistor or it could have an open or shorted thermistor circuit or a faulty control board. The thermistor can be checked with and ohm meter. Disconnect the two red wires and place the ohm meter leads across the two terminals. At room temperature it should measure approximately 50k ohms of resistance. If it measures 50 k, then it should be reconnected and then the sensor circuit disconnected from the control board and retested at the harness wires to see if you get the same measurement reading. If it does measure the same, and it continues to display F25, it could have a faulty control board.

What is your model number?

Oct 16, 2012 | Kenmore Dryers

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E70 error code on electrolux dryers inspire, it is working but dries the clothes to damp then this code comes up


Hi Nora King - Error code E70, typically means that there is a communication error with the outlet/inlet control thermistor that has an open or short circuit. You will need a certified professional to check the resistance of outlet/inlet control thermistor and check wiring for either short or open circuit.

Sep 17, 2012 | Electrolux Dryers

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