Got the machine off craigslist. During the drying cycle it stops and shows the error.
The user manual tells that with
dHE error I should inspect the water supply, if the water supply is within spec, call service.
The service manual says it means "Dry heater error" and list this:
The Dry Heater is out of order. - Replace the Dry Heater • The connector of the Dry Heater is not connected properly to the connector in the main PWB ASSEMBLY. - Reconnect or repair the cannector.(sic) • The Dry Fan Motor is out of order. -Replace the fan motor.
Following the steps for each of the diagnostics, There's one step saying to open the motor propeler for the dry-heater assembly and check for foreign objects that may be impacting the rotation.
I didn't find any object per-se, but there is a lot of buildup there. Is it worth cleaning this up, testing, drying the machine again, or investigating further directly? I have zero experience with appliances.
I can't check if it impact the spinning while closed very well, as i can't turn it.