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Frigidaire gallery-Model GLTF2940ES0 E5E Error code

GLTF2940ES0 frigidaire gallery washing m E5E error code

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#1 mellos

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 10:37 AM

I am receiving an E5E error code for a model GLTF2940ES0 washing machine. I have checked all connection on control board and motor control board and still receive the error. The machine starts to fill, stops, starts, but never really washes clothes. The drain pump is doing the same, running for a second and shutting off.

I had problems with items clogging the pump beforee and decided to check it out, it seemed like it was hard to spin. is this normal? Could the pump be an issue even if the machine displays the E5E error code?

 

I decided to watch the machine one more time before posting this and its doing something completely different, nothing engages and the error code displayed is E14 indicating a reed switch issue! 

 

Pleas help!



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#2 PDuff

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 05:50 PM

Hello, mellos!  Sorry, I couldn't resist.  Check the magnet located in the front/right dispenser drawer cover.  That magnet is what keeps the reed switch happy, thinking the drawer is properly closed.  A loose magnet or damaged or loose dispenser cover may cause multiple symptoms.



#3 mellos

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 11:16 AM

Im glad you couldn't, your tip was helpful.






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