Miele Dryer F2 Error

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Miele Dryer F2 Error

Miele Dryer Error F2 indicates the problem with heater bank temperature sensor.

  • Symptom: “Rotary Iron” LED flashes. Program stops, buzzer starts intermittently for 2 minutes and only “Air Dry” is working.
  • Possible causes: 
  1. Open circuit in heater bank temperature sensor (2R30)
  2. Heater bank (R1, R2) is not heating.
  3. Faulty the Heater Relay.
  4. Temperature Limiter (F2)
  • Solution
  1. Check the heater bank temperature sensor (2R30) for an open circuit.
  2. Check the heater bank (R1, R2) for a short or an open circuit.
  3. Check the heater relay (1K1/1 – 2K1/1).
  4. Check temperature limiter F2 for continuity.
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