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AEG Washing Machine Error Codes

  • September 18th, 2020
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If you already own an AEG Washing Machine, then you may be familiar when it displays an error code, sound or light sequence, and sometimes not knowing what they mean. We have provided a list with all the information you need to decode the fault code system so that you can make changes or repairs yourself to get your machine up and running again.   

Error CodeFault Description
C9 Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
F9 Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
E10 Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E11 Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
C1 Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E30 The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.
C3 The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.

E40 The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E41 The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E60 (or any code beginning with E6) It generally refers to a heating problem with the machine.
E80 or emits 8 flashes Indicates that the cycle selector was set incorrectly, or the washing machine possibly started with the cycle selector set halfway between two wash cycles.
E90, E91, E92, E93 or E94 It indicates configuration / communication problems with the electronic parts.

EAO Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
EA0 Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
Eb0It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
Ebo It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
EF0, EFo, EF3 Use less detergent.
EHO / EH0Indicates a problem with the power supply.
EH1 Frequency of power supply out of range.
EH2 Supply voltage too high.
EH3 Supply voltage too low.
E20 Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
E21 Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
C2 Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.

If you are still having issues with your Washing Machine then please be sure to contact Glotech Repairs to organise an appointment with our qualified engineers. Some repairs need to be carried out by a trained professional, so if you are about to attempt a repair yourself, please be extremely careful and only do so if you are qualified.   


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