Hi, I'm trying to plug a AEG-Electrolux Lavamat 74800 into a converted outlet (110V to 220V) in Mexico, following a relocation to this country. Bought the washing machine in Germany which runs at 50Hz vs 60Hz in Mexico. E60 keeps showing up, also on the dryer. Is this due to freq?? Checked the electrical installation already twice to ensure adequate voltage and grounding. Called local Electrolux service and they mentioned freq should not be a problem... any idea what I should do? How do I reset the L74800?
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Problems with the electrical power supply, the appliance remains in the alarm state until achieve conditions of work, and stabilizes the voltage and frequency, and the machine resets quenching (controller to the position "0").
Obviously there is a problem in the electrical network so my suggestion is to call your local electrician or try connect power supply from any other room.
In general, it is NOT recommended to operate an appliance 50hz-to-60hz OR 60hz-to-50hz UNLESS the manufacturer specifically says it can do it.
Additionally, you must also account for the voltage (110V vs 220V), which you have not indicated.
Therefore, it is best to get your exact model number and contact the manufacturer, but get ready for disappointment. The larger and more complex the electronic device, the less compatible it is.
In the case of insufficient heating appears error code E60 what means replace the NTC sensor. Exclude heater, PCB or relay malfunction because you indicate that the machine is heated to 50 degrees Celsius.
Please remove the power plug and depress all the buttons on the panel, while the power plug is inserted and power switched on , press on the start/pause/stop. it must restart the controller unit or there can be external or internal errors as designated by E60. Check the door switch,drain pump and inlet flow.
On my AEG Lavamat 62810, when I turn on a wash cycle a motor (pump?) runs for 10–20 seconds then the machine switches off, with no error message. When this happened a few weeks agao running a drain cycle seemed to cure it; now the same thing happens on spin/drain/rinse cycles too. Any ideas?
Hi, EH1 is a fault code that relates specifically to the frequency of the electrical supply. The power board is designed for 50Hz and will notice if it does n't get what its looking for. You may be able to purchase a new main PCB that works with a 60Hz supply. You would need to contact Electrolux to ascertain whether this would be possible.