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On front-load washers, it can stand for "door error", meaning the main control board thinks the door is open. If the door is actually closed and the de error won't clear, the electric door lock could be shorted, giving a false signal to the main control board. On the Samsung top-loader, it means a "child lock error" has happened. On that washer, you will see "CL" or "DE", the washer will auto-drain and an alarm will sound. To clear the error, close the door, turn off the power, then turn it back on.
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From what you have described your Electrolux washer is displaying an error code of MB, E33, and UI Alarm E00. I have been unable to locate those error codes. May I have your model number, please? With that information I will be able to assist you further. -Matt
Hi - Try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately 2 minutes and turn on the washer.Select a normal cycle and verify if the washer will start. If the washer will not operate then it possibly have a faulty door lock assembly or a communication problem with the control board. Contact a professional to move forward accurately.
F21 indicates that the washer is having problems
draining. Check the drain hose to see if it is kinked or if there is an
obstruction in the hose.
SUD comes on every time excessive suds
are detected. Not using the proper detergent will set this off
faithfully. The machine will run a cycle to remove the excessive suds
before completing the wash cycle.
You need to clean the drain filter by removing the 3 screws in the bottom of the front panel. Then you will see a white twist cap. Remove the filter and clean it out.
Door Lock Mechanism broken.
Check Door Lock/Switch Assembly for foreign objects
Check Wire Harness connections to the Door Lock/Switch Assembly and Central Control Unit (CCU)
Door Lock/Switch Assembly Failure
To open, remove the lower panel (3 Torx screws), reach up and pull the ring on the bottom of the lock.
For the FAV6800A the od alarm means the Control Board has not seen a lid open condition for three complete wash cycles. I suspect the left lid lock. I think you have a problem with the magnetic reed relay in the left lid lock.If you could try this?I want to make sure you signal an “OP” alarm to the display. Can you select Spin Only cycle with the lid open press start. Do you signal the “OP” alarm lid open to the display? If it does close the lid and the “OP” alarm should clear does it? I’m checking that the lid magnet is in place and the signaling connections are working thru the left lid lock back to the control board. Let us know what you fin and we will go from there.You could try powering down the machine by removing the 120VAC power cord from you wall receptacle.That may give you three more wash cycles before the od alarm is triggered again.
it sounds like a faulty door switch,when you close the lid,it pushes a switch in letting the washer know its safe to spin,replace the door switch ,it is a common problem as the switch is being pushed constanly open and closed,usally held by 2 screws