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Telemann TEL6tl E2 Problem

E2 on screen means the lid is not closing properly and thus not activating the (hidden) switch that prevents the machine from spinning while the lid is up.

The lid switch in this model is not a direct contact switch between lid and switch , but it switches on and off due to a MAGNET embedded in the lid on the left hand side near the front. You will see a small indentation where the magnet SHOULD BE. My magnet had fallen off, so the lid could not activate the operation switch. I had lost the original magnet( about 1cm X 2cm) so glued another into place.

Machine is now fully operational again, and the job cost .78c.

If your magnet is still in place, the E2 fault could lay with the switch itself , which is fixed to the underside of the top casing of the machine near the front right hand side of the lid cavity. The switch measures 1cm X 3cm heavily black tape insulated. Access is gained by popping the 2 X2cm discs at front top of machine and releasing the 2 small philips screws here and a further 2 at the back top of machine. This operation of replacing the switch is best left to an electrician or washing machine specialist.

Hope that helps

Apostle95

Dishwashers | Answered 14 hours ago | 2,978 views


Consult the manufacturer's website for this error.

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check element thermal switches usually silver round like 5 penvce two wires on each both

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these have a bad door switch that collapses after time check that the thermal near the main motor is not fallen away from the body or a terminal has not come away or test the thermal with continuity tester meter see if the thermal is bust

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Whirlpool 24 in.... | Answered 2 days ago | 2,826 views


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KitchenAid... | Answered 3 days ago | 18 views


Other blinking lights or beeping sounds may indicate a problem with the dishwasher caused by power surges. Try pressing the "Start/Reset" pad to reset the dishwasher and wait 2 minutes. If the problem persists, reset (reboot) the dishwasher by turning off power to the unit at the house circuit breaker/fuse box for 30 seconds. Restore power and the dishwasher should function normally.

Dishwashers | Answered 3 days ago | 20 views


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Hello Neil

Please keep any followups in the original post by clicking COMMENT under the post you are talking to. That way all the messages are in the same place and the person you are addressing gets a notification you need further help. Posts here are not threaded, so this post has no context to your earlier post.

Now having said that, 'Ginko' wasn't replying to you. That post is a Suggested post picked up by the website software based on your question. It was a post from September 2011!

This link takes you to your original post

http://www.fixya.com/support/t27192628-dishlex_dx203wk_not_heating_water_in

Andrew - Fixya Moderator

Dishwashers | Answered 3 days ago | 37 views


The door gasket may have to be replaced, especially if it has become hardened or cracked.

Maytag... | Answered 3 days ago | 36 views


this could be the anti flood device has operated in the base of the machine. This is a polystyrene disc that is attatched to a microswitch. If there is water in the base of the machine this disc floats and turns on the pump

Asko 24 in.... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019 | 20,710 views


If you can get it to drain you might try putting a couple of pan of water into machine to clean it out reset by holding down speed button and soil level button together until it gives a sound

Frigidaire... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019 | 30 views


That usual means water level too high try tilting your dishwasher to one side and some water will spill and then try it again sometime the float in dishwasher is detecting water level too high if that doesn’t you may need the water flow meter that’s a big plastic usual found on the side of the dishwasher

Bosch... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019 | 30 views


Fault symptoms point to a burnt out element, which will need to be replaced.

Maytag... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019 | 38 views

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