Knowing what to do when your washing machine shows error messages or is beeping or flashing can be tricky. But you should always check the issue at hand before you start googling for appliance repair services like our own. In this article, we share what steps you can take when your front or top loader AEG washing machine or washer – dryer shows error codes E40, E41 or emits 4 beeps or 15 flashes.
Front/Top Loader Aeg Washing Machine Or Washer Dryer Shows Error Codes E40, E41 Or Emits 4 Beeps Or 15 Flashes
Check Your Door Or Lid Has Been Closed Properly
Sometimes these error messages can alert us to a door or lid that hasn’t been closed properly and this can cause your AEG washing machine to show error E40, E41 or make 4 beeps or flashes. To be sure that you have closed the lid properly, give the door or lid a firm push. Once it’s closed properly, you should hear a click. Try your to put the load on again. This may solve the problem.
Look To See If Laundry Has Been Caught Between The Door Seal And Glass
Laundry stuck between the door seal and glass could also be an issue that can cause your AEG washing machine to show error E40, E41 or make 4 beeps or flashes. To rectify this, remove the load, repack it, then restart the cycle.
Check How Large Your Load Is
If you are doing a particularly heavy or full load, then this could additionally cause error message E40, E41, beeps or flashes. Try putting less laundry in if your load is too full. If you need to, remove some of the laundry to create more space and try again by restarting the cycle.
If you are still experiencing problems then there may be a mechanical lock issue.
If your AEG washing machine still shows error E40, E41 or makes 4 beeps or flashes, then we recommend that you get an engineer out to assess the issue and repair your machine, since there may be further complications.