It is stopping in the cycle and reading E70 on the screen.
Sometime in the cycle it will stop running, and read E70 on the digital monitor. The door will not open for a few minutes, and when it does the cloths are still wet and soapy. My wife is also using cold water to was with, but the cloths are hot, like they have been washed in hot water.
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Hi, The main cause for this e70 error is that the hoses would have swapped (hot to cold, cold to hot). It means the washer isn't getting cold water.Try to switch between the hoses. Another possibility is the faucets are not turned on.Hope this solution will fix your problem for sure. Thank You !!
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Short answer - $5 door switch. I've dealt with this at least 3 times in the last 5 years on Frigidaire, Electrolux & Whirlpool dryers. I certainly hope it's the right fix action for you as well. Cheers.
I understand that your new Frigidaire dryer, model# FASG7074NR2, stops at the beginning of the cycle and states that the door is open. I also see that opening the door firmly, closing the door firmly, and unplugging your appliance, the display still reads "Door Open", and will not run. I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your dryer and determine why it is stating "Door Open". I hope this is helpful.
OK so you have power, your door interlock switch is working, the intake solenoid is operating.
The issue is that the cycle does not start. This would indicate that your timer is not advancing. The timer tells the machine what to do, when, and for how long. It is not advancing and is stuck at the start of the wash cycle (fill with water). This is not a big issue as a timer is usually easy to replace.
I don't know what type of machine you have so I don't know if is a mechanical or a digital timer.
If mechanical dial type you can simply tun the dial and see if the cycles change. If so for sure you timer is the issue. You simply remove and replace.
Digital is harder to check but from what you say it is most likely your timer.
Shut the breaker off.
Remove the screws from the door frame and from inside the door. Gently remove the control panel. The timer is a simple unit to remove. Unscrew it and disconnect the power supply. Go get a new one from your local parts supplier. Installation is the reverse of removal.
E70 Means that the Hot and Cold water lines are backwards. Switch the lines and cancel out the cycle. Turn the dial to drain and spin and pump all the water out of the unit. Then restart the cycle and it should be fine.
Trigger: Door lock monitor switch in door lock mechanism unable to communicate to control board the door is locked.
Action to be taken: 1.Check wire connections in harness leading from machine control board to door lock mechanism. 2.Check solenoid and door lock enable switch in door lock mechanism. 3.Replace responsible component.
If you need to open the door. Maytag's Neptune washer has a latch and lock on the door. If this lock fails to open when the cycle is finished. You can rescue your clothes by: 1) Remove the bezel from the soap/bleach/fabric softener dispenser. 2) Locate the red cord near the right front corner of the dispenser opening. Pull on this red cord. This will unlatch the door so you can rescue your laundry. Then call for service.
May 15, 2009 Hello, I had this exact same problem with my Frigidaire washer (E70) as bubbles100. I called an appliance repairman on 5/14/09 and paid him $60 to tell me my hot and cold water hoses were reversed/not properly installed.
This repairman was the cheapest priced $60 and he would work till he found the problem. I had one appliance repair company wanting to charge me $90 for 30 min and another wanting to charge $120 for 30 min. Hopefully this information can help save the next person some money by trying this first.