GE washer error codes

The US-based multinational corporation General Electric (GE) works in quite a few industries, from Aviation and Renewable Energy to Medical devices and Life Sciences.

When your GE washer won’t work, you might be tempted to call for service at once. Before you do this, make certain you can’t resolve the issue on your own. Check the display for an error code and try the solutions suggested in the tables below.

GE Profile WPGT9150 washer error codes

Error CodeDescription
E1Overflow Error
E2Inverter Not Operating Correctly
E4Inlet Valve Failure
E5Pump Failure
E6Clutch Error
E7Pressure Sensor Failure
E8Lid Switch Failure
E9EEPROM Error
D1Motor Not Rotating Properly
D2No Brake Resistance
D3Coupling Error
D4IPM Thermistor Error
D5Lid Switch Error (three continuous wash cycles without a lid switch operation)

GE WCVH4800K washer error codes

Error CodeDescriptionAction
E00No errors
4EWater valve problem• Check whether the faucet is closed, the water supply has been suspended or is frozen.
• Check whether the filter screen in the water supply hose connector is clogged by dirt.
• Check whether the cold water is connected.
• The display will show 4E when only the hot water is connected.
5EDrain pump problem• The water does not drain due to a clogged drain hose.
• Check whether the drain hose is frozen.
• Clean the filter of debris.
• Check integrity of the drain pump motor. Replace if necessary.
OEOverflow level Was reached• Check fill valves for any signs of leak thru when not energized.
• Check integrity of the water level sensor. Replace if necessary.
HEHeater relay error• Replace the main PCB.
HE1Heater problem• Check integrity of the main PCB. Replace if necessary.
1EWater level sensor error• Check integrity of the water level sensor. Replace if necessary.
LELeakage error• Check integrity of the tub.
9E1Under voltage error• Measure AC outlet voltage: ensure the correct range (120 to 132 VAC).
• Check electrical connections at the motor.
• Check harness integrity between the main control and motor drive.
• Unplug the unit, wait 30 seconds and restart the unit.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the main PCB.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the trans reactor or harness.
9E2Over voltage error• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the motor.
ЗЕ1Motor start up failure• Measure AC outlet voltage: ensure the correct range (120 to 132 VAC).
• Check electrical connections at the motor.
ЗЕ2Over current error
• Check harness integrity between the main control and motor.
ЗЕЗHall sensor error (input the hall sensor under 30 in the running state)• Unplug the unit, wait 30 seconds and restart the unit.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the motor.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the main PCB or harness.
ЗЕЗIPM over heating error• Check integrity of the main PCB. Replace if necessary.
tEWater thermistor error• Check integrity of the thermistor. Replace if necessary.
dEDoor open error• The door is not closed.
• Please close the door again as the washer will not function correctly when the door is left open.
• Check the door DC switch. Replace if necessary.
dE1Door lock error• The door is not closed.
• - Please close the door again as the washer will not function correctly when the door is left open.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the door lock switch.
dE3Door unlock error• The door is not closed.
• - Please close the door again as the washer will not function correctly when the door is left open.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the door lock switch.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the main PCB.
bE2Button error• Check button operation.
• If the fault persists and re-appears, replace the sub PCB.
AECommunication error between Main and Sub PBA• Check the integrity of the wiring between the main PCB and sub PCB.
• Clear the fault and run the cycle. If fault persists and reappears, replace the main PCB.
SFSystem Failure error• Replace the main PBA.
DE2Door Protection• This occurs if power to the door circuit is on and off continually and excessive heat is generated.