Question about Indesit 18 in. D41 Slim-Line Free-standing Dishwasher
About two weeks ago i have added some salt for the dishwasher and i think it might be a bit too much.. as a small amount came out with a bit of water into the dishwasher. Since then when i switch my dishwasher on it seem to start the cycle but does not move form the starting point. I tried running all 4 different programs, also checked all pipes and cables and nothing is blocked or loose.
Does anyone have the same problem and is it possible to fix it myself without calling out an engineer?
Any advise greatly appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Indesit D41 dishwasher problem
you need to check the inlet walve . when you start the unit you say it drains. so after the drain do you hear the water entering the dishwasher? If you hear a sound like a buzzing noise that would be the inlet valve working. if thats the case there is a clog at the screen in the valve not allowing the water or enough water in the tub. seeing that this is a portable unit you will also want to check to make sure the fill hose is not kinked up anywhere in the cabinet or under neath the dishwasher. If you hear no buzzing noise you need to check the inlet valve with a meter to first make sure your getting power to it and that the valve itself if good. check these things out and let me know what you found and we can go from there
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
SOURCE: Indesit di67 dishwasher
Did you check the float switch? it is bottom of the dishwasher ( may be under the dish washer Bosch / Danby .. it should move freely up and down.. make sure that there is not something under it .. Also to much soap can stick the the float in the up position. if it moves freely test it. unplug the dishwasher or shut off the power at the breaker. Check for continuity with the terminals removed...if you don't have it you have a bad switch...let me know if it helps
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
I've had the same problem on my Indesit (IDL-730, IDL730) and after pouring in salt until full for ages, without the light going out, I finally decided to do the reverse.
I left it to run down the salt over a couple of months, until well empty (not ideal, but I was getting desperate!), and then finally refilled it.
Problem solved - salt error light was no longer on
All I can figure is that a blockage had set in and casued the issue. Leaving it to clear over time sorted it.
Hope this helps in your situation.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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Posted on Feb 28, 2008
SOURCE: Indesit IDL40 Slim line
Pull the machine out and tip it carefully to one side, if water comes out from the base then the problem is the union on the upper feed pipe. Remove the top inner dish rack and twist the star shaped nut clockwise gently! Make sure you have got as much of the water out as possible, stand the unit back up and turn put it into cycle.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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