Question about Washing Machines
With mine when i had the error 2 code, it was money in the filter.
Switch machine off
I had to get a baking tray and a towel, i pu tthe baking tray under the filter corner, then slowly unscrew the filter (bottom right front of machine) then let water slowy trickle into baking tray and then empty, and repeat until water stops took about 20 mins. Of course you could do it quicker if you want to flood your kitchen. :)
Then emptied the filter, then ran spin only until end. worked fine after this.
Posted on Jun 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
5d is actually SD
it means SUDS
you have suds detected in the pump
Your using too much soap and the machine cannot rinse it
try one load with out any soap
from that load on you should not be using any more that a table spoon per load
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
E40 is a door related problem. Possible causes are faulty door interlock or door circuit triac on the main PCB.
Most likely cause is the door interlock.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Looks like you have either a stuck drum (does not spin) or an electrical fault that make the washer think the drum is not moving.
From a 2006 Technical Bulletin:
E3: Machine control is attempting to drive the motor but is not seeing any tach response. Visual Check shows motor is not moving. (Locked or Hall Sensor fault.)
Specifically, it could be:
1. Spin drum stuck – Verify that the spinner moves freely to eliminate this cause.
2. Hall Sensor (integral part of motor) fails or is loose – When the Hall Sensor fails or becomes dislodged, the control doesn't recognize that the motor is spinning and shuts down. The result will likely be an “E3” code in the worst case, or “SUdS” if it is only getting a partial rpm reading. Check wire harness connector(s) to motor.
Unless you are really overloading your machine you likely have an electrical fault, or a failure in the drive train--especially if the problem is intermittent. Probably time to call in a technician.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
this is a tachogenerator fault or the drive motor brushes are faulty. you will need a Miele service tech or a Miele service agent to look at this.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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