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I have a 3 year old Fridgidare front load dryer model # LEQ2152ESO...
It starting beeping, setting lights blinking, showing ERR then E68 in the LED panel.

I have gotten to the "Dryer Tech Data Sheet" and found the code....


"Enter function test mode and perform key (button) test to determine
which button is at fault. Carefully free the button and perform the test
again. If button is free but the key struck code still exists, replace
electronic control"


My question is where can I find a service manual to figure out how to do this, unless yopu can enlighten me Oh Great Samurai?



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Service Manual - key test on page 8



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The manual doesn't answer this question though....

"Enter function test mode and perform key (button) test to determine
which button is at fault. Carefully free the button and perform the test
again. If button is free but the key struck code still exists, replace
electronic control"

How do I determine the stuck switch for a E68?
Thanks though for the manual hvacdrd ....it does help!

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see PDF page 8

Function test sequence
 

4 Turns Drive motor runs; heat source is off. 

Key test: 

a. When the Temp key is pressed, all the Temp LEDs should light. If the Temp selector is the rotary knob, and the knob is rotated, there should be a key beep with each setting.



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OK....I don't understand this thing, I found the 2 silver strips in the lint detection, they were dirty, cleaned them and it seemed to work fine for a couple days, now it's back to E68 and beeping, tried cleaning the strips again to no avail, I do not understand the manual, it tells what the error is " a stuck switch"  but does not tell how to figure out which switch it is....If I could figure that out then I could find that in the manual and un-stick it or replace it!!!! Turning the control knob lights up the different lights and beeps, but no way to tell what is right or wrong, or a beeping code or something!

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press each button on the panel and note any change in the output of the board. may be able to tell which button is sticking



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OK....I'm getting the hang of these code....I'm getting a E62, but I can't find the meaning of this code!
How I got it was I got the codes cleared again.....run the dryer, everything was good! Now it starts beeping again, go look at it and it shows E68 in the display. The LEDs in the Dry, Cool Down,Press Saver, Clean Lint Filter as well as the Start Led (the Lock Led doesn't blink at all)! These all blink 6 times, pause for about 2 seconds then just the Start LED blinks twice.....pause the the group blink again six times pause....the start blinks again twice. According to the manual, that would be a E62 if I'm reading it right, but I can't find this error code.
Can anybody shed some light on this for a grasshopper?
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I guess I have stumped the Great Samurai!:shock:

So can anybody answer this question?

Last edited on Sat Jun 13th, 2009 10:29 pm by frtlnrblues

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Since your model is a "Better" model only the digital display will give you the fault code. The blinking light method applies to the "Good" models that do not have a digital display. So... your fault code is still E68 = Keypad fault.

I cannot locate any information as to the meaning of the lights blinking on your model.

Since the "Keypad" switches are internal to the control determining which button/switch is stuck proves a challenge. All I can recommend is to remove each push button and spring from the console. Running a "test" cycle one at a time.



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frtlnrblues wrote: ...The LEDs in the Dry, Cool Down,Press Saver, Clean Lint Filter as well as the Start Led (the Lock Led doesn't blink at all)! These all blink 6 times, pause for about 2 seconds then just the Start LED blinks twice.....pause the the group blink again six times pause....the start blinks again twice. According to the manual, that would be a E62 if I'm reading it right,...

E68 ...

count the total number of Start light blinks .... 8



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OK....so it must be one of the key pad buttons, if not then I'll have to replace the control panel itself, right in this assumption?
Thanks

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I was wandering that, but using automotive logic on the flash codes, I "assumed it was 6 pause 2....thanks for steering me clear on that!
I'll see what this weekend brings tearing down the control panel to check the buttons!

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