GE Washing Machine Error Fault Codes







Here is information that will assist you in identifying what may be making your GE washer display an error code. Identifying what the error or fault code is will help you to repair your washer. The GE specific error fault codes below are to give you an idea as to what part is at fault. You may have to do further troubleshooting to find what may be causing the fault for that specific part.

GE Washing Machine Error Codes

GE Washing Machine Error/Fault Codes – Probable Fault Identifiers

GE WSL Model Washer Error Codes








IE
Water level sensor error

7E
Water supply error

E
Drain pump error

dE
Lid open error

UE
Unbalance switch error

OE
Water overflow error

GE Front load Washer Error Codes









E22
Fill timeout: No fill or slow fill

E23
Flood protect drain Foam switch closes in idle state

E30
Drain pump not present Drain problems

E31
Drain timeout: Slow drain

E38
Dispenser error

E39
Dispenser timeout









E42
Drive motor: Instantaneous current Motor excess current draw

E43
DC Fault–Inverter failure: Replace inverter control board

E45
Drive motor: Overload current Load too heavy

E46
Drive motor: Over temperature, Inverter over temperature

E47
Heat sink: Over temperature, Inverter over temperature

E48
Drive motor: Open motor phase

E49
Drive motor: Overload power

E4A
Under volts: DC bus voltage (inverter)

E4B
Power up problems is Software/hardware problems

E4C
Over volts: DC bus (inverter)

E4E
Under volts after start Initial minimum voltage not received: Motor does not run

E52
Main control wake-up error Lost communication between control and drive motor

E53
Buffer error Internal software buffer error

E54
No motor response: Lost communication between control and drive motor

E57
Checksum failure Software error occurs

E58
Communication failure: Non-recoverable error

E60
Door lock switch failure

E61
Door unlock switch failure

E62
System contact failure: Heater/pump/pressure switch/door lock

E63
Unexpected open door

E64
Unexpected open door while running

E65
Water level sensor failure

E66
Water temperature sensor open

E67
Water temperature sensor shorted

E70
Stuck key Continuous key read for 60 seconds

E71
Key fault Communication error between control and keys

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Paul Skinner November 12, 2016 at 2:53 am

What sequence is used on the GE front load washer to access the error codes from the machine?
Model 1200.

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2 Lewis January 4, 2016 at 12:28 am

my Kenmore washer (model # 796 4027 2900) stopped working and the power light would not come on. I checked breaker, plug, etc . and bought a mother board. Installed and it turned on. Started a wash load and 15 minutes into the load it quit and put an LE code on panel. I followed instructions and let it sit for thirty minutes to cool down. Took some clothing out to lighten load, restarted. After about 3 minutes, it stopped again. Waited an hour next time and took more clothing out. I restarted and it happened again. What is the problem?

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DIY Project Help Tips 3 DIY Project Help Tips January 4, 2016 at 10:43 pm

Lewis,
The Kenmore washer error code LE means a motor error. Most likely the motor is overheating and needs time to cool down therefore you are having to wait to do a wash an hour or so later. You may need to replace the motor. OR… This may be a simple fix as a bolt may have become loose that holds the motor in position. It could also mean the motor is bad or on the fritz. Do some troubleshooting and try to see if the motor is tight, secure and in place. Be sure it is running properly and be sure ALL wire harnesses are tight and not damaged. After this run a test wash and see what you find. Hopefully it was a simple wire harness being loose or a the motor bolts were loose. If not the motor is most likely needing replaced. Let us know what you find.
-RR

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