Question about Washing Machines
Not sure of the make/model, but with Samsung washing machines that usually means 2 things. If you get it when entering the spin mode and the system stops and displays the code, the water heater is heating too quickly. Press the power button once to clear the code and finish the cycle before repair.
If you get the E6 during the spin cycle that can mean a problem with the main controller board.
You can keep resetting to get past that code but if you continue to get it during a spin cycle or part of the laundry where hot water isn't used, then usually that controller board is bad.
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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