That E66 code indicates that the exhaust thermal limiter is tripped or that you have a wiring failure in that circuit. That fuse is on the outlet exhaust tube. The technical explanation is shown in the first image below. The second image shows the wiring diagram for the dryer. You will normally need to
unplug the dryer
and check the continuity of that thermal limiter fuse using a volt/ohm meter. If that fuse is blown, then you can order a new one from this page:
Limiter for Electrolux Dryer Model EIMED55IIW0
. That link has the price for the part.
Unplug the dryer
before installing that part.
Note: If that exhaust thermal limiter fuse was blown, I recommend that you check the exhaust air path to the outside of your home. A clogged or restricted exhaust air vent path can cause that fuse to blow. Failure to correct that type of problem can cause the replacement fuse to blow again shortly after it is installed.
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