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Eurotech Dishwasher problem

Hi there, my dishwasher does power up and makes the noise like it is beginning to wash but then stays on but doesn't begin to wash, I have put in salt and dishwashing powder the 3 in one Finish. I first thought the indicator in front was stuck and moved it around to different places but it still doesn't begin to wash. Any ideas for me?

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SOURCE: Error messages on a EuroTech EDW154E dishwasher??

Eurotech Dishwashers are notorious for the E1 and E4 faults. The problem is with the solenoid they use for filling the dishwasher. The problem is something called the "Venturi Effect". The Venturi effect is the reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section of pipe. The fluid velocity must increase through the constriction to satisfy the equation of continuity. while its pressure must decrease due to conservation of energy. The gain in kinetic energy is balanced by a drop in pressure or a pressure gradient force. I know, a lot of big words. To put it simply, the orifice within the solenoid is smaller than the inlets and outlets. Even more simply put: Not enough water is getting into the dishwasher. It's a design flaw and I'm not certain there are many ways around it. Just make certain that you have a good water feed to the dishwasher (no kinks, valve on completley etc.). One thing you may try is reducing the feed pressure (i.e. slightly turn down the water valve supply to the dishwasher). Doing so may diminish the venturi effect by equalizing inlet pressure. It's worth a try.

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SOURCE: I have a Eurotech EDW154E

Eurotech Dishwashers are notorious for the E1 and E4 faults. The problem is with the solenoid they use for filling the dishwasher. The problem is something called the "Venturi Effect". The Venturi Effect is the reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section of pipe. The fluid velocity must increase through the constriction to satisfy the equation of continuity. while its pressure must decrease due to conservation of energy. The gain in kinetic energy is balanced by a drop in pressure or a pressure gradient force. I know, a lot of big words. To put it simply, the orifice within the solenoid is smaller than the inlets and outlets. Even more simply put: Not enough water is getting into the dishwasher. It appears that Eurotech isn't like a simple washing machine that senses fluid level and then shuts off the solenoid. It seems that it's on a simple timer. Turn on the solenoid for X time then turn it off. If not enough water, send fault code. It's a design flaw and I'm not certain there are many ways around it. Just make certain that you have a good water feed to the dishwasher (no kinks, valve on completley etc.). One thing you may try is reducing the feed pressure (i.e. slightly turn down the water valve supply to the dishwasher). Doing so may diminish the venturi effect by equalizing inlet pressure, hence allowing more water into the dishwasher. It's worth a try.

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is this a new install? if so you must put about a gallon of water in the bottom of the unit and run as normal.the water should start to come into the unit. make sure the water valve is turned on also.

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