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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The E-1 error code is a thermistor error, some problem with the variable resistance.....this can be caused by over use of fabric softener sheets, which can cause lint to become tacky and coat the thermistor, or it just simply failed. Try replacing the thermistor.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
E1- Thermistor open.
It monitors the exhaust temperature, and cycles the heater relay on and off to maintain the desired temperature.
It could be the sensor, or electronics.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: kemore he3 dryer error code E1
Hey fookie you need a thermistor for that dryer. It runs with no heat ?..Let me get a pic for you it is about 25 bucks oh and is part 42 on the pic below
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
as per heatman
The most common cause of your appliance giving you the PF error code is a problem with the power coming in from your utility company. Of course if there is an interruption of power, and then the power comes back on you will get the PF code
Loose wires going to the circuit board or the control can also be a cause of the error code. If a wire terminal end happens to get corroded or loose, the vibration from the machine can cause slight power problems and this can cause the PF code to be displayed. Finding the cause of this type of problem is like finding a needle in a haystack. Sometimes you can cause it to be displayed by banging on the side of the appliance or slightly moving the wiring harness, to see if you can get the error code to display.
The bottom line about this power failure error code, is that it is power related. Finding the exact cause can be difficult. If you are continually having to reset the appliance then check to see if all of your appliances are giving the same code. This will indicate utility power problems. If only one appliance is giving the PF code then it is probably internal to the appliance.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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