Question about Washing Machines
E 71 is an error of a temperature sensor.
Most likely, there the contact was interrupted or there was a short circuit of the sensor and / or circuit.
Posted on May 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E2 is not an error code. It means that the Spin only mode has been started and that the cycle is now over.
To reset the machine try disconnecting power (trip circuit breaker), connecting back, then hold down the Super Spin Dry button while you start the machine at the same time (press On while holding the other button). You should hear three beeps and the machine will be reset to initial settings.
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
Pam: This code relates to WATER PRESSURE , could be a (1) Krink hose, (2) plugged strainer where water enters the machine ( doing it's job) or (3) a sensor that malfunctioning (thinking you have NO water pressure. These sensor prevent the machine from operating dry, flooded etc, some times they OVER protects. So check the first 3 items above. you may have IN HOME service on it.
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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