Problems with your Hoover washing machine? Error codes can help you get to the bottom of them. If you see E02 on your machine’s display, or an LED light repeatedly blinks twice between pauses, your machine is letting you know it has detected a fault.
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If your Hoover washing machine is faulty and you’re not sure what to do, the first place to check is the control panel. If you can either see E03 displayed or an LED is flashing three times before pausing, then repeating, your machine is displaying an error code.
Here’s what to do when your Hoover washing machine is not working as it should. Don’t panic, just check the control panel and if you can see either E04 displayed, or there is an LED flashing four times in between pauses then repeating, your washing machine has detected a fault.
What does that blinking light or strange code on the front of your Hoover washing machine mean? If your washer’s not functioning normally and you can see either E05 or five flashes in between pauses on the display panel your machine is displaying an error code.
Suspect a problem with your Hoover washing machine? When the code E06 appears on your washing machine display, or an LED flashes six times, pauses, then repeats, your washer has detected a specific fault.
Confused at what the strange code or flashing LED on your Hoover washing machine display means? If you can see E07 displayed or an LED blinks seven times before pausing and repeating then your machine has encountered a fault.
When your Hoover washing machine has let you down don’t let it beat you! If you can see E08 on the control panel, or an LED light is flashing eight times before pausing then repeating, you can narrow down your search to find the cause of the fault.
What should you do when your Hoover washing machine has stopped working? First things first check the display panel. If you can see either E09 or an LED continually flashing eight times between pauses then repeating your washing machine has detected a problem with a specific part.
Error codes are a very handy way of helping you diagnose your Hoover washing machine when it develops a fault. Seeing E10 or ten repeated flashes of the LED on your display panel between pauses means your machine has identified a specific problem.
Problems with your Hoover washer dryer? When you see E11 displayed on your appliance’s control panel, or an LED on the display blinks 11 times, pauses then repeats, your washer dryer has recognised the cause of the issue.