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F6 Fault code

F6 means low voltage

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F6 E6 error code?


Hi,

This fault is a communication error at the appliance manager, could be a loose wire or a bad display transformer, either way you will need a certified technician to fix this issue, there is no simple plug and go issue to resolve. I personally found the problem to be the transformer not send voltage to the appliance manager. This is solvable but needs someone who understand electronics to correct this issue.

F6 E0 Oven user interface - lost communication E6 Oven appliance manager 1 (upper, single) - lost communication

This is directly from the tech sheet of your oven and directly from the factory web site.

Good Luck

Dec 03, 2013 | KitchenAid KEBS179B 27" Built-in Electric...

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what does F6 mean?


The dishwasher can't take on water. Check that the water inlet is properly connected, the stop tap valve is open and that water supply is otherwise available to the dishwasher. Also check for kinks or blockages on the water hose.

F6. means "Water valve (WV1) is switched on but flow meter (FM) senses no impulses" (less than 10 impulses in 10 secs) and the water indicator (WI) is at a low level
Water Valve Closed. Water inlet hose blocked.
Water inlet valve (WV1) defective. Flow meter (FM) defective (leads to FM failure)

Jul 25, 2011 | Whirlpool 24 in. ADP6940 Dishwasher

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saying low voltage


is it working? some amps says low v but is only a feature.lower voltage means lower impedience higher voltage means high output but high imp needed.the indication could mean +-24v not 12.

Aug 19, 2007 | Kicker SX1250.1 Car Audio Amplifier

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