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    Default Electrolux error code E64

    Model Number: EWMED65HTS0
    Brand: Electrolux
    Age: More than 10 years

    1. The heating coil checks fine at the unit itself. 57ohms.
    2. Dryer is free from lint.
    3. There are two plugs for the heater. White plug with two grey and a white. And a green plug with Two white and one grey.
    4. Heaters turn on. 220v between each grey wire. No fault. Can run a whole cycle.
    5. 220v between grey wires on white plug a 139v between grey wire on green plug and the other two. Generates fault.


    It can run two days without faulting, other times it wont run two minutes. The 139v is the only anomoly so far.

    Model EWMED65HT50
    Last edited by rickgburton; August 29th, 2015 at 09:09 PM. Reason: Added Model Number

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulyC
    Generates fault.
    What fault? Stops heating? Stops running? Error code? What error code??
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    It heats fine, will dry a load of towels. Sometimes. I will usually have to reset the fault (E64) once or twice during the cycle.

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    OK, remove the wires from the heating element and measure the resistance between the common terminal (the one by itself) and each of the other three terminals. Then measure the resistance between each one of the three terminals and the element housing. Make sure the wires are not connected to the element when you take your measurements.
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    Rick is correct.

    I will add something that another member found with this same error code E64: FIXED Dryer Not Heating Error Code 64

    It was his breaker, so also check your breaker if the heating element ohm tests good. Breakers can wear out overtime and cause this intermittent issue.

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    That's right! I remember reading that now that you mention it. Thanks J
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    Anytime Rick.

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    when you say BREAKER do you mean the one for the house? or is there one on the machine itself??

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    The breaker for the outlet. It's probably a double 30 amp breaker.
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