Electrolux Appliance Repair Service

The second largest company when it comes to the production of home appliances is AB Electrolux. This is a Swedish company and their main headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden. This brand focuses on producing and selling major appliances which are intended for consumer use. They also manufacture appliances for professional or business usage. As of today, the brand has many branches in different countries and is known worldwide for its competitive products and services. Refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, washers, dryers and hoods are some of the notable home appliances being sold by this company.

The brand aims to deliver exceptional products and home equipment’s that can last for a lifetime. Its goal is to also make the lives of the consumers to be a lot easier and convenient. This belief also extends to their appliance repair service as they provide intensive care and reliable fix to every issue. Electrolux Appliance Repair provides their customer some options on how they can get assistance on repairing their service. If the product is within warranty, a dedicated hotline for in-warranty products is available to hear your concern. For those that are enrolled under the extended service agreement, another number can be contacted for claims. In case that your appliance is out of the above categories, you can lodge a request online to search for an authorized Electrolux Appliance Repair service provider who can attend to your concerns. You can start by entering your zip code in the search box from the electroluxicon.com site.

All that you can expect from this brand is amazing service. It has a team of well-equipped and highly-trained technicians to ensure every customer’s satisfaction. If you have other concerns about service and repairs, their customer service hotline is always available to hear you out. Avail for their service and feel that convenient experience with your appliances throughout your lifetime.

Electrolux originated from the merger of two Swedish companies, one an established manufacturer and the other a newer company founded by a former vacuum salesman who was a former employee of the former firm.

AB Electrolux (commonly known as Electrolux) is a multinational appliance manufacturer, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. It is consistently ranked the world’s second-largest appliance maker by units sold (after Whirlpool). Electrolux products sell under a variety of brand names (including its own), and are primarily major appliances and vacuum cleaners intended for consumer use. The company also makes appliances for professional use.

Electrolux is the second largest household appliance manufacturer in the world. The company prides itself in the quality of product they manufacturer. Electrolux focus has always been on  efficiency and durability. In fact, Electrolux’s durable products has put them in the top 5 companies of Global High Performers.

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  • Electrolux refrigerator repair        Electrolux cloths washer repair
  • Electrolux Stove repair        Electrolux  clothes dryer repair
  • Electrolux microwave repair      Electrolux Dishwasher repair

Electrolux  Dryer  IQ-Touch Model Error Codes

These error code explanations can help you diagnose a problem with your Electrolux IQ-Touch dryer. For repair how-to help, visit the PartsDirect repair help section, which includes repair help for dryers, other major appliances, lawn and garden equipment, garage door openers, vacuum cleaners and more. You can also search for owner’s manuals and find dryer replacement parts.

Check out our dryer error code charts for information on a different Electrolux model or another brand of dryer.

Error Code Condition Check/Repair Shop Parts
E31 Moisture sensor frequency too high Check for any metal or foreign objects stuck between the moisture sensor bars. If you find nothing stuck between the moisture sensor bars, unplug the dryer and check the moisture sensor wire harness for damage. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is intact, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board, wire harness
E32 Moisture sensor frequency too low Clean the moisture sensor bars using rubbing alcohol. A coating on the moisture sensor bars could be preventing them from detecting moisture. If the error code continues after cleaning the bars, unplug the dryer and check the moisture sensor wire harness connections. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. If the bars are clean and the wire harness is okay, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
E42 Door sensing error Unplug the dryer and check the door switch wire harness connections. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. Test the door switch operation using a multimeter. Replace the door switch if defective. If the door switch and wiring are okay, replace the electronic control board. Door switch, wire harness, electronic control board
E51 Motor relay failure Unplug the dryer and check the motor wire harness for damage. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is okay, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board, wire harness
E52 Motor stopped or not starting Overloading can overheat the drive motor, causing a tripped thermal protector. Reduce the load and allow the motor to cool off for 30 minutes before restarting the dryer. If the dryer won’t restart, remove the load from the dryer and see if the drum turns freely by hand. If not, unplug the dryer and examine the drive system. Replace any damaged drive components. Check the motor wire harness. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. If the drive system and wire harness are okay, then you may need to replace the drive motor. Drive motor, wire harness, drive system components
E53 Motor centrifugal switch failure The motor centrifugal switch is part of the drive motor assembly. Unplug the dryer and check the motor wire harness. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wiring harness is okay, replace the drive motor. If the problem continues, replace the electronic control board. Drive motor, wire harness, electronic control board
E54 Motor sensing failure The electronic control board detects an internal problem with its drive motor relay circuit. Unplug the dryer and replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
E61 Heater relay failure Unplug the dryer and check the wire harness between the electronic control board and the heating element. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is okay, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board, wire harness
E63 Heating element shorted to ground Unplug the dryer. Inspect the heating element for damage. Replace the heating element if broken. If you see no visible damage to the heating element, test it for a short to the metal cabinet using a multimeter. If you detect a short, replace the heating element.
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Heating element
E64 Open heating element circuit Unplug the dryer and check the wire harness connections between the electronic control board and the heating element. Reconnect any loose wires and replace the wire harness if damaged. Inspect the heating element for damage and replace the element if broken. If you see no visible damage to the heating element, test it for continuity using a multimeter. If the heating element is electrically open, replace it.
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Heating element, wire harness
E65 High limit thermostat tripped open too many times (Electric dryer) Check the exhaust vent system for a restriction or blockage. Make sure that you don’t have a kink in the flexible exhaust vent hose. If the exhaust vent system is clear, replace the high limit thermostat. If the problem continues, have a service technician examine the dryer and determine the cause of overheating. High limit thermostat
E66 Thermal limiter tripped Unplug the dryer and check the thermal limiter for continuity using a multimeter. Replace the thermal limiter if it’s electrically open. Check the exhaust vent system for clog or restriction because that’s what may have caused the thermal limiter to trip. Clear any clog or restriction in the exhaust vent system. Thermal limiter
E67 Heating sensor failure The electronic control board detects an internal problem with its heater relay circuit. Unplug the dryer and replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
E71 or E72 Outlet thermistor failure Unplug the dryer and check the outlet thermistor (temperature sensor) wire harness connections. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is okay, check the resistance of the outlet thermistor using a multimeter. You should measure around 5,000 ohms of resistance at room temperature of 70 degrees. Replace the outlet thermistor if resistance is off. Outlet thermistor, wire harness
E73 Inlet thermistor failure Unplug the dryer and check the inlet thermistor (temperature sensor) wire harness connections. Reconnect any loose wires. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is okay, check the resistance of the inlet thermistor using a multimeter. You should measure around 50,000 ohms of resistance at room temperature of 70 degrees. Replace the inlet thermistor if resistance is off. Inlet thermistor, wire harness
E74 Drive motor relay failure Unplug the dryer and check the drive motor wire harness. Reconnect any loose wires. Replace the drive motor wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness is okay, replace the electronic control board because the motor relay on the electronic control board is defective.
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Electronic control board, wire harness
E91 Communication error Unplug the dryer. Check the wire harness connections between the user interface control and the electronic control board. If the wiring and connections are okay, replace the user interface control. If the problem continues, replace the electronic control board. User interface control, electronic control board
E92 User interface control and electronic control board mismatch This code appears when you replace the user interface control or electronic control board using the wrong part. Use your dryer model number to check the part number for the replacement part. Unplug the dryer and install the correct part for your model. User interface control, electronic control board
E93 Machine configuration error Unplug the dryer and check the wire harness connections between the user interface control and the electronic control board. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wiring is okay and you just replaced the user interface control or electronic control board, then you could have used the wrong part. Use your dryer model number to check the part number for the replacement part. Install the correct part for your model. User interface control, electronic control board, wire harness
E94 Cycle configuration error The electronic control board is defective. Unplug the dryer and replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
E97 Program mismatch The electronic control board is defective. Unplug the dryer and replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
EA1 Incoming power frequency out of limits Unplug the dryer and have your local electrical power service provider check the power supply frequency. If it’s normal and the code doesn’t clear, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
EA2 Incoming line voltage is above 130 volts AC Unplug the dryer and check the electrical outlet voltage with a multimeter. If the voltage is high, have an electrician repair it. If the voltage is normal, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
EA3 Incoming line voltage is below 90 volts AC Unplug the dryer and check the electrical outlet voltage with a multimeter. If the voltage is low, have an electrician repair it. If the voltage is normal, replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
EA4 Improper wiring on the terminal block Unplug the dryer and connect the power cord wires correctly on the dryer terminal block.
EA5 Electronic control board defective Unplug the dryer and replace the electronic control board.
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Electronic control board
EF1 Blocked exhaust vent Check the exhaust vent system for a blockage or restriction. Clear any clog or restriction in the exhaust vent system to the outside of your home. If the exhaust vent system is clear, unplug the dryer and measure the resistance of the inlet and outlet thermistors with a multimeter. The outlet thermistor should measure between around 5000 ohms at room temperature of 70 degrees. The inlet thermistor should measure around 50,000 ohms at room temperature of 70 degrees. Replace any defective thermistors. Outlet thermistor, inlet thermistor
EF3 Maximum dry time has expired The electronic control board detected the clothes have not dried in the maximum amount of dry time. Check the exhaust vent system for blockages. Clear any restrictions in the exhaust vent system. Check for any metal or foreign objects stuck between the moisture sensor bars. If you find nothing stuck between the moisture sensor bars, unplug the dryer and check the moisture sensor wire harness for damage. Replace the wire harness if damaged. Moisture sensor wire harness
EF8 Stuck key on the user interface control Push on all the buttons to try to free the stuck key. If you can’t free the stuck key, replace the user interface control. User interface control

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