Question about LG LDF6810 Built-in Dishwasher
Hi, i have e1 error code there is no leaks anywere i have had the dishwasher in the car on its side cos i moved so maybe thought it mite need time to settle left it over night and still getting same error code can anyone help please?
Hi. Sorry this is so late, but I just happened across this post, so I thought I'd see if you have solved your problem yet. The EI code most often is caused by water leaving the tub during the wash cycle. The most common cause of this is that the dishwasher drain hose does not have a high loop in it. Often, the installer ran the hose right down through the floor. It needs to loop up high before going to the drain to prevent water loss, and a resulting IE code.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello simonhall900 - Typically error code E1 indicates that the unit has detected a leak. At this point, I highly recommend connecting with a professional to accurately diagnosis the leak and to properly assist with the repair(s).
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