On certain Indesit washing machines (and Hotpoint), if the on off light is flashing 3 times, with a slight pause, followed by flashing a further 3 times, or if it is displaying F03 you have an error code that is explained as follows – NTC fault – check Thermistor and module connections The NTC isread the full article..
Error codes washing machines
It seems that a common error code on some older Indesit washing machines is error code 7. This code can show itself as F07. Some models don’t have a digital display though. So washing machines that have a rotating control dial will instead flash the door lock light in cycles of 7 flashes. As Indesitread the full article..
Wth most washing machines you do not need to reset any error code. Another code is displayed when there is a fault, and as soon as this fault is repaired the error code no longer displays. Simply cancelling or resetting an error code will only see it return if there’s a fault that hasn’t beenread the full article..
Many basic UK Indesit washing machines were fitted with a rotary dial instead of a control panel. Unable to indicate error codes with a display they instead indicate error codes by clicking the dial continuously round and flashing the door lock light a set number of times. For example, if the door light (LED) flashesread the full article..
This is an error code relevant to the old Hoover New Wave washing machines. E1 = timed out on either fill, heat or draining. This is a typically ambiguous and confusing error code in that it is shared by 3 totally separate and unconnected types of fault instead of having a separate error code forread the full article..
The LG error code OE simply means “the pump is blocked”. Presumably the water isn’t being emptied properly, but as with all error codes it is possible that there is a cause other than the error code explanation. Basically this error means that the washing machine thinks the water isn’t pumping out. That’s probably theread the full article..