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E-2 error code on whirlpool duet dryer

Every now and again I get an e-2 error code at the end of the normal drying cycle. the clothes are all drying fine but is there something looming on the horizon?

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  • nseaton Feb 26, 2008

    I am getting a P6 on mine. I have tried to check the thermal fuse, but I can't tell if it is blown and I can't remove the wires to just replce it.

  • Anonymous May 20, 2008

    I do have the same E2 error code on my whirlpool duet "gas" dryer. The dryer starts, runs for about a minute then shuts off with the E2 error code. Would this also be the same as the electric dryer fix?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    timed cycle increases even when clothes are almost dry

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Dryer keeps running but clothes are not drying and code 69 appears

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“E2” flashes if the thermistor has shorted.

The thermistor monitors the exhaust temperature
and cycles the high-limit thermostat on
and off to maintain the desired temperature.
1. Turn the dryer off but keep the electrical
supply connected.
2. Make sure that the dryer is empty and that
the lint screen is clean.
3. Close the dryer door.
4. Select Heavy Duty, Timed Dry, More Time
or Less Time, End of Cycle Signal (Louder)
and Start.
5. If error codes E1 or E2 flash on the display
after 1 minute and the dryer turns off,
the thermistor, or the wire harness, is either
shorted or open. Check the wire connections
at the thermistor or the machine
control electronics board. If wiring checks
okay, replace the thermistor.
6. If the dryer seems to operate normally, remove
the exhaust vent and start the dryer.
7. Select the desired temperature cycle to be
tested, and select 20 minutes of Timed Dry
heat using the More Time or Less Time
pushbuttons.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Feb 29, 2008

    a P6 is not an e2 code ilooked for a 9200 model there is no p6 fault plz check model number again and fault code...

    Tig-ger did you fix the problem??

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How knows what the heck was going on I swear that is what it said and I am positive about the model number. After I changed the thermal fuse it showed an E6 and when you pushed temp. it was an E7. After all that it was the door switch. I finally found a service manual and it helped alot more than the tech sheet. Thanks guys for all your help. I get kinda lost without my hubby!

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