ATC Blade Hand Dryers

What does the flashing “E” number on the display of my blade dryer mean?

There are a number of different codes than can flash on the display of the ATC Blade Dryer, these codes are there to help you identify what is causing a problem with your unit.

Please note for many of these codes a qualified electrician is required to repair the hand dryer. Please contact ATC for advice.

E1: This means that there is a connection problem between the Motor and PCB, your electrician needs to check to see if any wires have worked their way loose.

E2: This means that there is a blockage of the sensors, please clean the sensor panel and remove any obstructions inside the opening of the hand dryer.

Please note: E2 will appear on the display 10 seconds after the 15 second count down has elapsed. This is a normal function of the dryer. The E2 will disappear when you have removed your hands.

E3: This indicated the supply voltage to the hand dryer is higher than 280v ac. Your electrician will need to check the voltage.

E4: This indicated the supply voltage to the hand dryer is lower than 170v ac. Your electrician will need to check the voltage

E5: This means that the internal temperature of the dryer is higher than 80oC. Please check the filter is clear and there is an adequate air supply to the hand dryer.

E6: This means that the internal temperature of the control panel is higher than 80oC. Your electrician will need to check the cooling vent on the control panel and check the filter is clear and there is an adequate air supply to the hand dryer.

E7: This means that there is a problem with the sensor within the motor, your electrician needs to check to see if any wires have worked their way loose on the PCB.

If you experience any of the above please contact ATC technical for advice.
Technical Direct Tel: +353 1 467 8302 Email: technical@atc.ie