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Error 29 is device spinning malfunction. Either motor or motor speed sensor malfunction or other mechanical problem causing spinning malfunction. Advice is to call the service number listed in Corghi documentation, this usually is no minor fault.

Here manuals for several models:



EM 6040

5 EM43(Sp.)

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