Hi!i got a f-20 code on my dryer while the service man was trying to test my dryer.the manual doesnt list such an error code.he has no clue .he had to call sears and they said they dont know!can anybody help?
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I googled: Asko TL751 Electric Dryer Error code HI
You may find a manual in this search that gives you the code
If I had to guess it means the high heat is not working, or the high
temperature protection has opened to protect the dryer from
Your owner's manual should give the error codes.
No manual? manualslib.com may have it. YOu may want it next time anyway.
I looked up your model and there is no E5 error code listed in the tech sheet.
Download a copy of your tech sheet here.
When I search the maytag data base this is the service manual it list for your model number.
If the dryer is running but not heating then the relay on the control, ignitor or thermistor are the most likely causes.
I do not have the service manual for this dryer and I have yet to locate it via any source. The dryer appears to be made by KitchenAid. Even checking the KitchenAid service manuals has yet to be successful.
Inside the dryer there is a tech data sheet enevelope that will either be on the left side / inside the top console or taped to the left side of the dryer cabinet on the inside left as your facing the dryer. The F02 code should be listed on one of the 4 data sheets in that Technial Data Sheets packet. The sheet your looking for will have this number printed on it:
W10057359 Tech Sheet
I wish I could be more helpful but this one has me baffled as to why I can not locate a service manual.
Now.. having said that... are there any symptoms that you noticed before the dryer displayed the F 02 code. Like clothers were taking longer than usual to dry? Odd burner operation?
Anything out of the ordinary?
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
you should have a electrician work on your wiring, with luck no further damage has happened, E61 means you have the neutral and the L2 wire either reversed or in the wrong position.
ENTER TEST MODE SEQUENCE by doing the following . 1.Disconnect the power for 30 seconds. 2.Reconnect the power and within 30 seconds press the sequence of buttons listed below. 3.Press the "SIGNAL"button. 4.Press the "DELAY START"button. 5.Press the "SIGNAL"button. 6.Press the "DELAY START"button.
Now after you have fixed the reveresed wiring problem you will need to remove the fault code fromt he memory otherwise the machine will not work. To remove the fault code do the following ENTER TEST MODE SEQUENCE (cont.) You will notice "t01". To choose the test mode that you want toverify, turn the knob to the desired test mode setting. Push the start/pause button.To cancel the test mode, press on "power". You will be able to choose another test mode and again press on "start/pause". The display error codes test allows the service technician to examine and clear the fault log. DISPLAY ERROR CODES TEST (t02) The display error codes test allows the service technician to examine and clear the fault log. The control shall display the most recent error in the fault logupon entry into the display error codes test. If there are no errors in the fault log, the no error code "E00"shall be displayed on the 7-segment display.
The control shall clear the displayed error from the fault log if the start key is pressed during the display error codes test. After clearing thedisplayed error from the fault log, the appliance shall display the next most recent error from the fault log.
After clearing all errors from the fault log, the control shall display the no error "E00"code on the 7-segment display. The control shall log the last 8 error codes in the non-volatile memory stored in a circular list.
The control shall avoid logging multiple instances of the same error code. now unplug the appliance for about 30 seconds and replug and everything should be fine.
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I am not a repair professional. I am just a 78 year old man who has been making his own repairs for about 50 years. Therefore the dryer ID doesn't mean
anything to me. Over the years, I haven't had much trouble with my dryers. The E56 error code means high motor current. To help you find out why, I suggest you go to www.applianceaid.com where they have very good trouble shooting and repair information on dryers and other appliances. I think you'll find what you need there. You can probably verify the meaning of the error code there. Good luck with it. If I have helped you, please rate my advice on fixya.