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Washing machine repairs

Washing machine broken? Don’t stress. At Repair Network, we aim to provide you with a quick, cost-effective repair within a reasonable time scale. Our team of trusted engineers are qualified to fix a wide range of different washing machines and other appliances. All you need to do is fill out a simple online form and one of our qualified engineers will arrive on a day that works for you
We always provide a 12 month guarantee after the washing machine is fixed to ensure you receive a lasting feeling of satisfaction and care. Furthermore, our Fix or Replace Guarantee allows you to relax, knowing you won’t be left out of pocket. Repair Network also offers a friendly support team who are always ready and able to get your washing machine breakdown resolved. Click “Book a Repair” or call us on 03333 449104 now.

We Repair All Washing Machine Brands & Models

Find out the most washing machine brands and models, here’s some of the washing machine brands we repair every day:

Why choose repair network?

Repair Network understands the inconveniences that a washing machine break down can cause and how important it is to get it back up and running again.Thats why we offer the rapid, trustworthy and lasting service that you need when you’re faced with a break down. We have engineers throughout the UK ensuring that, regardless of your location, one of our qualified engineers will always be able to reach you.
All our workers are approved, trusted and are always sourced from your local area. At Repair Network we always aim to treat you with care and respect and ensure you receive a long-lasting repair, which is why you always receive a 12 month guarantee after the repair is completed. Choose Repair Network today.

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Complete a simple online form
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Helpful Information and Common Problems with Washing Machines

AEG Washing Machine Error Codes

AEG Washing Machine stopped working or has started to display error codes?
If the answer is yes and you are not sure what the error code means, please take a look below at the list we have provided with all the information you need to decode the fault code system so that you can make changes or repairs yourself to get your machine up and running again.

AEG Washing Machine Error Codes - Fault Description

 

C9 - Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
F9 - Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
E10 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E11 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
C1 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E30 - The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.
C3 - The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.
E40 - The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E41 - The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E60 (or any code beginning with E6) - It generally refers to a heating problem with the machine.
E80 or emits 8 flashes - Indicates that the cycle selector was set incorrectly, or the washing machine possibly started with the cycle selector set halfway between two wash cycles.
E90, E91, E92, E93 or E94 - It indicates configuration / communication problems with the electronic parts.
EAO - Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
EA0 - Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
Eb0 - It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
Ebo - It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
EF0, EFo, EF3 - Use less detergent.
EHO / EH0 - Indicates a problem with the power supply.
EH1 - Frequency of power supply out of range.
EH2 - Supply voltage too high.
EH3 - Supply voltage too low.
E20 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
E21 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
C2 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
If you are continuing to have issues with your AEG Washing Machine, then please be sure to contact Repair Network to organise an appointment with our qualified engineers. Some repairs need to be carried out by a trained professional, so if you are about to attempt a repair yourself, please be extremely careful and only do so if you are qualified.

Beko Washing Machine Error Codes

Beko Washing Machine stopped working or has started to display error codes?
If the answer is yes and you are not sure what the error code means, please take a look below at the list we have provided with all the information you need to decode the fault code system so that you can make changes or repairs yourself to get your machine up and running again.

Beko Washing Machine Error Codes - Fault Description

C9 - Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
F9 - Indicates an imbalance during a spin cycle.
E10 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E11 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
C1 - Indicates problems with taking in water, not taken in enough water or problems with the drain.
E30 - The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.
C3 - The error is caused by water at the bottom or inside the machine.
E40 - The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E41 - The appliance door / lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded, the door lock is faulty.
E60 (or any code beginning with E6) - It generally refers to a heating problem with the machine.
E80 or emits 8 flashes - Indicates that the cycle selector was set incorrectly, or the washing machine possibly started with the cycle selector set halfway between two wash cycles.
E90, E91, E92, E93 or E94 - It indicates configuration / communication problems with the electronic parts.
EAO - Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
EA0 - Error message EA0 indicates DPS (Drum Position Sensor) fault.
Eb0 - It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
Ebo - It may indicate problems with the too low voltage of the power supply.
EF0, EFo, EF3 - Use less detergent.
EHO / EH0 - Indicates a problem with the power supply.
EH1 - Frequency of power supply out of range.
EH2 - Supply voltage too high.
EH3 - Supply voltage too low.
E20 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
E21 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
C2 - Indicates pumping problems. Washing machine does not drain, the drum does not turn, the appliance makes an unusual noise because of the blockage of the drain pump.
If you are continuing to have issues with your Beko Washing Machine, then please be sure to contact Repair Network to organise an appointment with our qualified engineers. Some repairs need to be carried out by a trained professional, so if you are about to attempt a repair yourself, please be extremely careful and only do so if you are qualified.