Tip & How-To about Fisher and Paykel Dishwashers
Yeah F2 is the code for the control board not detecting movement in the motor rotor, with these draw dishwashers you must make sure they get regular use even if you dont need to use it, run it through a fast cycle at least fortnightly to monthly as the motor rotors lock up from the water and other gunge drying on and around it as the motor rotor itself is constantly submerged in water it also doubles as your drain pump with the help of a diverter valve, they are really simple to remove simply take the basket/dishracks out of the draw now all you will see is a round stainless steel dish covered in little holes with a grey ring in the middle if you look close there should be arrows on the grey ring twist the grey ring in the direction indicated and you should be able to lift it up and remove it from the draw now all you have left is your motor rotor in the center, to remove it simply twist it the same as the grey ring thing and it should pull out, then to check if ok simply hold the outside ring (the part you held to remove it) and attempt to spin the rotor (center peice with the little propellers on either end) it should spin freely like a smooth bearing if it doesn't or doesnt move at all and is hard to even force around then you will need a new 1, get back to me if you have any questions
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