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It could be one of the E30 codes which would relate to the pressure switch or an earth fault on the heating element there could be a wiring fault or p.c.b. fault check wires off heater at bottom rear of machine,remove back plate 4 screws.Hope this helps.
E30 can be a faulty pressure switch,Heating element earth fault or the main P.C.B.(Programmer).Does the machine fill with water then empty.
Most common fault is the heating element,once this is replaced it should cure the fault.
Count the number of green flashes(1st number of error code). count number of red flashes(2nd number of error code).
Common codes are:
E10 or 11 water pressure faults.
E20 filter/pump faults.
E30 pressure switch/heater faults.
E40 door switch faults.
E50 motor faults.
E60 Heater faults.
These are some of the error codes but there are many variations on some codes depending on the model.Hpoe this has been some help.
E30 indicates a pressure system fault. There can be several causes but the most frequent is a blockage in the system.
First thing to do is check the filter on front of machine.
Please do this and report your findings.
had to call an enginer out, the problem was down to a faulty motor rota, to identify if e30 is this fault, rotate the drum (so the motor rotates) and try to start the m/c. if it runs ok you know to change the rota. hope this may help someone