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Corrupt memory causes this. Just guessing on your make and model type!
1 - Unplug the washer from power for 10 minutes to attempt to CLEAR THE CORRUPTED MEMORY on the main control board. NOTE: You can try unplugging the washer multiple times to attempt to clear the corrupt memory. Unplugging the LG washer with the EE error code may clear the error code and no other action is required. The washer memory will be cleared or reset and the EE error code is considered fixed or repaired. 2 - If the code does not clear on the washer after unplugging it multiple times, this means the main electronic control board is faulty and needs to be removed and replaced. 3 - To be sure the main control board is the problem, run a TEST MODE if you want to continue the troubleshooting process or just replace the main control board and that will fix the EE error issue. NOTE: How to run a TEST MODE on an LG front load washer is explained below... 4 - If you have unplugged the washer for 10 minutes and have done this multiple times and the EE code DID NOT CLEAR, you can run the TEST MODE and the EE error may come up with the FIRST PRESS OF START/PAUSE BUTTON DISPLAYS EE ERROR CODE. If this is the case,then you have a bad or faulty Main Electronic Control Board and you need to replace it.
The error code E:EE means the breadmaker thinks the temperature is too cool i.e
below 59 degrees F or 15 degrees Celsius. As you say the temperature is actually 65 degrees - then this means that the temperature sensor on the Bread maker has failed and will need to be replaced.
The EEE code and beeping will continue until the failed sensor is replaced and as this is a component failure it cannot be reset unfortunately.
I think you probably mean 5E. This means that there is a water drain error. To clear it, turn the POWER SW OFF and back ON.
The code UE means a load unbalance and must be manually rectified by separating the clothing. To clear the error code, use the procedure outlined above.
Failed to initiate error means that either the hard drive or hard drive controller have failed. Your best bet is replace the hard drive. If the data is valuable there are some companies which can recover for a price.
I just talked to Honeywell support - they claim that an eee error means there has been a "unique error" and that the unit will need to be replaced - cannot be fixed. They were pretty good about giving a suggestion for a new thermostat and wiring directions if you want to DIY. Otherwise, call a pro.