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How to solve e50 and e54 errors


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On Electrolux washing machines error e54 means the problem in the contact group of one of the two reverse relays. I would like to help you with the e50 error. What is your model of the washing machine?

May 12, 2017 | Washing Machines

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AEG Lavamat 60810 keeps stopping and displaying error E50 and some time E70. What is the problem and how do I fix it?


Family error code E50 means a problem with the washing motor. Family error code E70 means a problem with the NTC sensor. In my experience, E50 is most common fault in worn carbon brushes. But in any case family error code E50 is shown to the customer. In service mode could be: E51,52,53 and 54. The same applies to family E70 error code that will be displayed in service mode as error code E71 or E74.
E50 error code could be: motor winding, power board, tachymetric generator, motor relay on power board, wiring between motor and power board and wiring between tachymetric generator and electronic.
E70 error code could be: faulty NTC sensor, wrong position of NTC sensor or to much limescale on it and finaly wiring between NTC and electronic.

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May 05, 2015 | AEG Washing Machines

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AEG Lavamat 60810 E50 7Beeps Does seem to still work but display shows E50 and some time E70 and 7beeps over and over. Many thanks


E50 does mean problem with motor or tachometer placed on the motor. Could be: worn carbon brushes, motor faulty, wiring, electronic faulty.
E70 does mean problem with heating phase.
Could be: NTC sensor faulty or badly positioned, wiring faulty, electronic faulty.

Dado

May 05, 2015 | AEG Washing Machines

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My machine is beeping and flashing E50


Hi.

E50 means that the timer board is incapable to control the motor. This means that either control module,
motor power triac or motor itself may be faulty.

Try disconnecting power for five minutes, by either tripping circuit breaker or disconnecting power cord.

If the error comes back contact Zanussi at the number listed on the owners manual. The problem is often consequence of a factory defect.

Regards.

Ginko.

Aug 22, 2011 | Zanussi Washing Machines

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Hi my washing machine Electrolux 6.5kg eco valve keeps showing E50. What does that mean? by the way my washing machine isn't working.


Oddly, the main site I use to find error codes skips from E45 to E51, but 2 other sources I have seen say:

eE50 is a motor error code.check the motor brushes are ok and check the insulation on the motor as this will give you an E50 error code (as could a water leak, dripping onto the motor).could also be a faulty wiring loom to the motor or a faulty main control pcb

E50- Insufficient heating during wash phase Either the NTC sensor setting is incorrect, the heating element has failed, there is a wiring or main PCB fault

In other words, this is a fairly generic fault code I'm afraid. I would check the motor appears clean and dry, but beyond this, you will need to do a fair degree of fault finding

Jun 23, 2011 | Washing Machines

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Error code E50, what does this mean? We select programme, all the lights are on, we press start and E50 appears. What does this mean?


e50 is a motor error code.check the motor brushes are ok and check the insulation on the motor as this will give you an e50 error code.could also be a faulty wiring loom to the motor or a faulty main control pcb

E50 says the motor is overheated, they recomen you let it sit for 30min to clear.
It can be the motor power supply triac has got a short circuit or there could be no signal from the motor tachometric generator, which will uaually mean a pcb fault, or wiring to motor or even the motor. hope this helps

Dec 13, 2010 | Electrolux EW1000i Front Load Washer

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Error code E50 what does this mean


e50 is a problem relating to the rotation of the motor if the drim will turn by hand you can be sure the motor is at fault ......most likeley the brushes worn out but possibly a new motor

Feb 19, 2010 | Zanussi FJS1225W Front Load Washer

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E50 code


hiya
i'm sure that e50/e51 is the insulation in the motor breaking down, in which case its usually new motor time i'm afraid.

hope this helps

please dont forget to rate the helpfulness of this reply, thanks kj

Jul 20, 2008 | Zanussi ZWF1640 Front Load Washer

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Electrolux ewf 1435 washing machine


i can not find e50 in any of my servive manuals, are you sure it is e50 ?

Feb 16, 2008 | Electrolux EW1000i Front Load Washer

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