Question about Dryers
E1 means: Thermistor Failure. You will need to replace this.
Here's the thermistor for your model you can order:
You would need to take off the lower front access panel under your door, then take off the duct assembly#45, by removing the two #32 screws, and remove the #2 screw at the very bottom of the duct assembly with a bracket#11 attached to it, remove that one also. Unplug your dryer first! Then your thermistor is #42 on the blower housing, next to your thermal fuse#59.
Posted on Aug 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The E1 code is an error code that appears on the LED temperature display of some digital air conditioners. The error code could mean anything from dirty air filters to a damaged room thermistor, a safety connected to your thermostat that detects room temperature. Troubleshooting the cause of this error code may improve your air conditioner's performance
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