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I have a Frigidaire FDB2410LD dishwasher and have an error code of PF and do not know what it means and cannot find my manual.

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PF means POWER FAILURE. Check power source.

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Hey Carol, I understand that you are receiving an "PF" error message on your Frigidaire Dishwasher. Typically this error code indicates a power failure. Before considering contacting a service provider, I would recommend resetting the dishwasher by turning off the power to the appliance for about five minutes. After the five minutes return power to the appliance, this should allow the appliance to return to working condition. At this time if you find the problem still persists, you may want to consider contacting a professional technician. The concern could be the control board. Hope this helps! -JK

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What does fridgidaire dishwasher error code pf mean


Usually the PF code means a power failure. You should check the wiring to the machine for loose wire nuts or wires with missing insulation touching each other or the side of the wiring housing. (You'll need to remove the access panel at the bottom of the dishwasher to check the wiring.)

If the wiring is fine, check the switches in the door latch. The white wires should test fine for continuity. If those switches are fine, then the control board has a wiring fault. Replace the appropriate parts. If your dishwasher is under warranty, contact Frigidaire.

If you add a comment with the model of your dishwasher, I may be able to help you find the replacement parts.

I hope this helps.

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My Frigidaire electrolux dishwasher model # FDB2310LCC0 trips a pf code 40minutes into the cycle and it is not the circuit breaker. how do i correct this problem?


Good Morning Doria, thank you for allowing me to assist you!

Typically PF means power failure and you should be able to start a cycle. Unplug the unit or flip the household circuit breaker. Wait about ten minutes and then turn the unit back on. If the error code continues to display, I would suggest contacting a professional to accurately diagnose and repair it.

Best of luck!

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Good Morning Steve - I am happy to assist you, however according to my database I'm not showing that Frigidaire has an error code FR for a dishwasher or for any product for that matter. Could the error code possibly be an ER, PF, FL or RF?

· Typically error code ER indicates that the main control board has detected a stuck key or a key pressed for more than one minute.

· Generally error code PF means that the dishwasher has experienced a power failure and you should be able to resume the cycle.

· Error code FL is advising you that the water valve is in the open position.

· RF indicates that the rinse aid reed switch in dispenser is open and needs to refill the rinse aid.

Let's try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker to the off position. It is important to wait approximately ten minutes and then turn on the dishwasher. If issue persists, then I would personally contact a professional to accurately diagnose the washer to determine the root cause to reduce the risk of unnecessary parts.

I hope these troubleshooting tips help you in some small way.

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