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Kenwood dishwasher We just went to turn it on and the display reads "E4", beeps about 10 times, and there seems to be no way to get past this, rendering the dishwasher useless

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E4 means overfilled which in practice means there is water in the tray at the bottom of the machine. Lean the machine forwards and the water will drain out and clear the fault code. chances are it will fill up again so if it repeats the leak will need to be found.

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  • rory166 Jan 24, 2010

    E4 means overfilled which in practice means there is water in the tray at the bottom of the machine. Lean the machine forwards and the water will drain out and clear the fault code. chances are it will fill up again so if it repeats the leak will need to be found.

  • rory166 Jan 24, 2010

    E4 means overfilled which in practice means there is water in the tray at the bottom of the machine. Lean the machine forwards and the water will drain out and clear the fault code. chances are it will fill up again so if it repeats the leak will need to be found.

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