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  • AEG 76810 E20 error code

    Hi

    I have a AEG Lavamat 76810 washer used by a friend. One of the springs holding the drum wore through its bracket on the drum and the drum leaned over as a result. I have drilled a new hole in the support bracket and now the drum is back to its correct position.
    However when I put the machine to a wash setting the code E20 ( drain problem) appears. If I use the spin setting the spin happens and then the E20 code appears. There do not appear to be any blockages and the pump rotor can be spun with a pencil. I have tried removing connectors and replacing them as I have read that sometimes dirty contacts can be the problem.

    It seems an unlikely co-incidence that I have two problems at once ( draining and the drum support). Is this likely to be a drain pump, control board or other issue please?

    thanks

  • #2
    when the drum was out of position did it damage the wiring harness ?

    Dave

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    • #3
      hi

      Thanks. Not that I know of but I should check underneath the drum. Thanks for the tip.

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      • #4
        I am assuming the pump does not run at all

        have you tried it on pump out only so you can hear the pump to see if its energising or not ?

        Dave

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        • #5
          No. Pump is not draining. I suppose I should put it on drain and check voltage across pump ?

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          • #6
            ok just wanted to make sure
            if there is no power to the pump the drum could have damaged the harness when it popped a spring and severed the pump wire. you need to follow the wiring harness and look for damage

            Dave

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            • #7
              That's a good point. The machine is elsewhere but I will check it next time that I am in the vicinity and report back.

              Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.

              John

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