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A thermistor is a temperature sensitive resistor that "opens" (opposite of short) when it reaches a certain temperature and is installed to protect electrical equipment down stream. Why not just a fuse?, you may ask. Good question. A thermistor can tolerate a brief current overload that would blow a fuse, allowing continued operation following transient high-current events like motor start up.
While thermistors sometimes simply decide it's time to join their relatives in thermistor heaven, or wherever dead thermistors go, it usually means there is a steady, excessive load (failing motor?) in the circuit requiring attention.
Where yours is located is a mystery but I would guess it's under the machine near the motor. While I have attacked these issues myself, this sounds like a job for the big kids, especially since thermistors seldom just die.
All the best.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the problem is the heat element, it is to replaes..dont now the prise..i am from denmark...
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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SOURCE: error code E2
Error Code E2 means the pump is blocked. The remedy is to take the filter out which is underneath the bottom dish basket and ensure its is clean and free from debris. Then use a small container to empty the water sitting in the bottom of the machine/filter housing and ensure that no waste is stuck in the bottom. That should clear it
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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