F13 means the dryer heater is not working the thermal fuse on top of the dryer that connects inline with the heater is open circuit this is most likely due to the fan dropping and stalling causing the overheat or poor airflow due to a buildup of fluff in the dryer
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Generally the F13 code refers to a water inlet problem, I would get the inlet manifold valve checked, or stating the obvious, is the water turned on and make sure there is no restriction in the hose behind the machine.
Hi, that indicates that either the fan motor is not working/ blocked or the dryer thermistor (thermostatic sensor) is playing up. Of course, the pcb reads the sensor so it could also be that causing the error.