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  • Aeg Dryer T65270AC ERROR CODE E60

    Problem, dryer does not get up to heat.

    Error code E60 comes up after about 30 mins

    NTC sensor seems to be okay. (tested resistance hot and cold)



    There is however a facility in engineering mode

    Shows ‘ELE’ in the display. This test runs for about 10 mins and the heater works perfectly.

    The drum motor also seems to run perfectly.

    I have followed the 3 pink heater supply cables back to the main board.

    There no bad or dry joints.

    I am thinking the voltage to the heater in test mode is supplied via different relay ?

    Maybe on board relay fault. Without circuit diagrams

    It would be difficult to know the function of each specific relay.

    Anyone have any ideas

    Many Thanks Dave

  • #2
    in engineering mode in knob position 10 it will give you the exact fault code and it would be helpful to have the PNC number as there are 17 machines with this model number

    Dave

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    • #3
      Hello
      PNC ON OUTER CASING OF MOTHER BOARD IS 916096752 (01)
      Error now E32

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      • #4
        just found Prod Number on front label 916096752/01

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        • #5
          e32 is

          Dave

          e31.jpg

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          • #6
            Is that e30 or e32 ?
            Also any idea of the location of the humidity sensor. I j
            know where the NTC sensor is.
            Thanks Dave

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            • #7
              Oops I see how to read the chart. The conductivity sensor. Do you know the location?
              Thanks.

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              • #8
                the drum is split into 2 halves electrically. when wet clothes bridge this gap it allow the board to sense the moisture content of the washing

                you need to check there is nothing shorting the drum halves


                Dave

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                • #9
                  Wow great information. I have checked the drum and it appears to be solid and not split . I did however find a dual strip behind the fluff filter which I think is a moisture sensor. I have tried to upload a picture but, when I try the web site says exceeds PHP's 2mb yet the file size is only 0.5 mb
                  I will have a look at my settings.

                  Regards Dave

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                  • #10
                    Hello,
                    Looks like this model has the conductivity/humidity sensor behind the fluff filter (not the split drum arrangement).
                    I removed the sensor and found a build up of fluff around the spade connectors. I thoroughly cleaned the whole sensor using pure alcohol and a tooth brush. The dryer is now getting up to heat in normal mode.
                    Dryer has been run twice on cupboard dry cycle with out any errors and perfectly dry towels and jeans.
                    Many thanks for your time in suppling the information about the specific fault code, which pointed me in the direction, to be able to find the fault.
                    Regards Dave

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                    • #11
                      glad you sorted it and thanks for getting back with the solution which I am sure will help other people

                      Dave

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