Hoover appliance repair

Hoover washing machine error codes

If your Hoover washing machine display is showing an error code find out what it means with our helpful fault code guide. These codes are designed to help you identify the source of the problem and if possible direct you to a solution.

Fault code guide

Troubleshoot your issue with our list of all Hoover error codes explained individually:

E01

Issue with the door lock, please inspect the door lock for damage. Front loading models of washing machines have a safety mechanism – door lock. When the washing cycle begins, the door locks so that it cannot be opened mid-cycle.

E02

Issue with the fill or insufficient water supply. Possible blocked fill hose or inlet valve. Please check that your water supply is turned on. Inlet valve is a component of the washing machine that tells it to start or stop filling with water, sometimes this valve can malfunction.

E03

Warning that the machine is not draining, usually due drain pump blockage or fault. Please note, you can connect a washing machine to a sink drain but in these situations food deposits can clog the washing machine connection and prevent it from emptying out. The machine will not drain if the filter is blocked.

E04

Water in the base, possible leak or problem with anti-flood protection. Even if water is not visible there may be water in the base of the machine.

E05

NTC (water temperature sensor) fault. Usually lose connection.

E06

Machine out of balance or control board issue.

E07

Door lock fault or motor unable to spin.

E08

Problem with the motor speed sensor (hall sensor). This kind of issue is not easy to diagnose and fix.

E09

Control board issue – problem with the motor TRIAC (triode for alternating current) on the circuit board. The motor TRIAC is a small component mounted on the controller and is used to switch your motor on and off.

E10

Drum sensor issue.

E11

Open circuit on the dryer heater. Possible damage on wiring from the sensor to the circuit borad.

E12

PCB communication error. The appliance has developed an internal technical fault.

E13

PCB problem (same as E14)

E14

PCB fault.

E15

Issue with the circuit board – corrupted chip or the circuit board needs reprogramming.

E16

Heater insulation problem.

E17

Motor tachometer problem.

E18

PCB fault.

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