Letters appearing in the code indicates that a number is higher than “9.” The letter “A” is for 10, “B” is for 11 “C” is for 12, “D” is for 13, “E” is for 14 and “F” is for 15.
Frigidaire makes many types of appliances for your home, such as gas dryers. When the dryer starts to beep or flash an error code on the display, you will need to correct the problem. To do this you need to troubleshoot the unit to determine which issue is causing the problem. Usually a stuck key that is still active will cause an error "E68" to occur.
Read Error Codes
Move the cycle selector knob to the 3:00 position on the dial.
Press the "Select" and "Pause/Cancel" buttons simultaneously and hold for about 6 seconds.
Press the "Start" and "Pause/Cancel" buttons simultaneously and hold for about 4 seconds.
Move the cycle selector knob back to the 2:00 position on the dial. An error code should now appear in the display.
Move the cycle selector knob to the 12:00 position and then repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter the Function Test Sequence.
Perform Key Test
Press the "Temp" key on the control panel. The "Temp" lights on the display should all light up.
Press the "Dryness" key and the "Dryness" lights on the display should all light up.
Press the "Option" or "Select" key and the "Option" lights on the display should all light up.
Press the "Start" key and the "Cycle Status" lights should light up. Repeat this step by pressing the "Stop/Cancel" light.
Determine which lights on the control panel did not light up. This is the key that is stuck and causing the error and beeping. Pull the stuck button out to fix the problem. Run the key test again to verify that the button is no longer stuck.
Cameron Easey has over 15 years customer service experience, with eight of those years in the insurance industry. He has earned various designations from organizations like the Insurance Institute of America and LOMA. Easey earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and history from Western Michigan University.