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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means there is a problem with the dryer board on it.You can try removing
the lid and just check the dryer control board on it.Make sure the
connections are ok and that none of the wires are broken.Then if the wires are ok the dryer control board will need to be replaced.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
Hi I had the same problem about once a week and every time it happened I had to turn off the washer off and leave for a while and start new wash cycle. It worked for a while but eventually it started to throw E11 once I put it on (not the middle of cycle it used to do). I had to result to call the repair man. He checked all the hardware and nothing was wrong and re-install the program on the board and it stopped throwing errors. After 4 month of problem free period, it gave me E11 again today though..
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
I have exactly the same problem. Hoover Service Centre told me to tip a bucket of warm water into the drum and leave for 5 minutes before switching it back on. The idea is that the machine may be affected by the cold weather. Needless to say it made no difference and Error 11 remains - I am expecting an engineer on Thursday 23 I'll keep you posted on the outcome.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
SOURCE: error code E11 on hoover
Error code E11 is a dryer thermostat problem. The wiring, by design, is too short, and secured too tightly up and behind the digital display, and extends to a connector located on the machine's drum housing. When the machine is in motion, and there is a degree of drum movement back and forth, left to right, the wire disconnects resulting in Error code E11. Your issue may be that the wire is loose, and not fully disconnected (yet) hence the fault being intermittent. Error code E11 requires a service engineer to reattach the thermostat wiring in a way that allows for the drum housing to move, as per it's design, without the wire being disconnected from the drum housing connector, when the wash load becomes unbalanced during the wash cycle.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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