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Error codes on electrolux ede 51760w tumble dryer

Item is brand new, and when set to run on a programe it works for about 2-4 min, and then stops and displays e50 with a audiable blep. the hand book gives no incling to what this could be , is it a over load as some settings need 3kg. or is it faulty?? is there a site that lists the error codes that can tell me if i need a engineer or if it is opreator error ??

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  • tommy1664 Feb 16, 2008

    we have a zanussi zdc5370w, which recently started playing up with the same fault. have had an engineer out who has never heard of the fault. hope to have better news soon.have contacted zanussi on line & they redirect to local service centre but still no explanation of problem

  • Anonymous May 15, 2008

    got same problem tonight.

    zanussi zdc5370w

    Seems to be trying to pump up to the water resevoir - pump runs for a few seconds then stops then again a few times them e50 comes up





    anybody got a fix yet?

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Is it a sensor dry is there damp washing in there when you are testing it or is it emty as this will tell the pcb to stop as it feels no mosture in the machine regards jason

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please dont forget to rate the helpfulness of this reply, thanks kj

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