How To Fix Electrolux Dryer Error Code E64, E61, E31, Or E66?

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Electrolux Dryer Error Code E64, E61, E31, Or E66

If you are getting the error code E64, E61, E31, Or E66 with your Electrolux Dryer then in this post we are going to share the possible reasons behind the error codes, as well as also share the solutions to get rid of the issue.


How To Fix Electrolux Dryer Error Code E64?


Electrolux dryer error code E64 occurs because of a flaw with the heater’s wiring, or there is a flaw with the element itself. If you find any damage then you are required to change the wire harness or heating element.


How To Fix Electrolux Dryer Error Code E61?


Electrolux Dryer Error Code E61 indicates an issue with the heater relay. So you are required to properly inspect the wire harness between the control board and the heating element. And if you find any damage then you need to replace the wire harness.

And if in case you find no issue with the wire harness then inspect the electronic control board for the issue, and if you find any problem then you need to replace the electronic control board.


How To Fix Electrolux Dryer Error Code E31?


Electrolux Dryer Error Code E31 indicates that the moisture sensor is too high. So check and make sure that there is nothing that is obstructing the moisture sensors.

If you find no blockage then you need to unplug the machine and properly check the sensor’s wire harnesses if there is any damage.

If you also find no issue with the sensor wire harness then check the electronic control board for possible damage.


How To Fix Electrolux Dryer Error Code E66?


Electrolux Dryer Error Code E66 means that the thermal limiter has tripped. Actually, this is a safety feature that triggers when your dryer overheats. 

So you need to check your dryer vent for clogs or any blockage which may be overheating the dryer.

If you find no clogs or blockage then the thermal limiter will have some fault and need to be replaced.


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