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Oddly, the main site I use to find error codes skips from E45 to E51, but 2 other sources I have seen say:
eE50 is a motor error code.check the motor brushes are ok and check the
insulation on the motor as this will give you an E50 error code (as could a water leak, dripping onto the motor).could also be a
faulty wiring loom to the motor or a faulty main control pcb
E50- Insufficient heating during wash phase Either the NTC sensor setting is incorrect, the heating element has failed, there is a wiring or main PCB fault
In other words, this is a fairly generic fault code I'm afraid. I would check the motor appears clean and dry, but beyond this, you will need to do a fair degree of fault finding
Sorry but 'door open' error message means that it thinks the door IS open even when it isn't! There is likely to be a problem with either the door solenoid/lock or the 'door closed' sensor. Both require a service engineer's attention I suggest ;-0(
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If by first led you mean green to the left & amber to the right then that is fault code (130) & i think it is (Rotor Position Sensor) If you meant first to the right that would be red & green, code 65.no that doesn't sound right.its 130 & im sure thats rotor sensor.
If the door led normally goes out when the cycle starts you may have a problem with the interlock system which prevents the door from being opened when the machine is running. If the machine "thinks" the door is still open, it won't start. You could try closing the door a "little more firmly" to see if this has any effect.
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