Error codes are a perk and a frustration to owning a modern day appliance. Error or fault codes are your appliances’ way of letting you know something is wrong. But if you don’t know what the code means, you won’t know what the problem is or how to fix it. It’s like trying to communicate with someone that speaks a foreign language without a dictionary or translator!
If you receive a fault code, be sure to stop using that appliance immediately. Chances are, if you’re getting the code, your appliance has stopped working all on its own! The next step is to find out what the code actually means.
The most common way to find what a fault code means is simply looking it up in your appliance’s manual. However, if you’re like many people – you have no idea where the manual is! Don’t worry, RepairClinic.com has an even easier way to get to the bottom of the fault code … our fault code search page.
How to Find Your Fault Code
You can just either enter your model number or find the make of your appliance on our list and click on what appliance you need help with: dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, oven, stove, range, washing machine or dryer. Clicking on the brand name will give you a list of the most common fault codes for those appliances.
Sometimes the codes lead to a quick fix like disconnecting and reconnecting the appliance. Other codes may mean you need to replace a part. If this is the case, you’re in luck! RepairClinic.com makes fixing things easy with over 3 million parts you can order online today.