Is your Hoover Washer Dryer displaying error code F05? Find out what that means here with a helpful video from eSpares. Transcription below.
“Hi, I’m Matt from eSpares. In this video I’ll be showing you how to fix an E11 fault code problem on a Hoover washer dryer. When you turn your machine on, the machine will go through a self test process. If during that process it finds a fault, it will display it on the digital display in this case E11. E11 stands for a dryer sensor problem inside the machine. Safety first Always unplug an appliance before carrying out any work. The next thing I need to do to access the dryer center is to remove the top of the appliance by undoing these three screws at the back. To remove the top, simply pull it back about half an inch and then lift it off. and here we can see the dryer sensor. Sometimes the problem isn’t with the sensor itself is actually with the wires leading to it, especially if they’re under tension as they can break. If that’s the case, you’ll need to repair the wires. If doing that make sure that they’re well supported and not too taut. However, if the problem is with the sensor itself, easy enough to replace, just remove the electrical connection. Use a bolt driver to undo these two screws. Before replacing with the new sensor, it’s worth noting that the new one doesn’t come with the seal on the inside here. So make sure you remove it from the old sensor. Put it on new one before replacing back into the machine. re screw in the screws and also the electrical connector. You’re now free to reattach the top of the washer dryer. screwed into place. So there we have it one new dryer sensor fitted to this Hoover washer dryer. Spares for washer dryers and all other appliances can be found on the east bears website. Thanks for watching.”
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