Question about Fisher and Paykel DS605I Built-in Dishwasher
It sounds like it has flooded in the past and some other tech told you to "just dry out the flood sensor and it will be fine"
No it won't. ;)
The problem is that the flood sensor board probably is no longer functional as it has gotten wet too many times and now has calcified deposits on it that are triggering a false F1. If you can see the large plastic cover over the control in the bottom under the drawer, if it is gray or black in color, you have the older style board and it should be replaced, and the new board will come with a white cover.
Also, if the lid motors are white in color, replace them with the new style.
The flood sensor board is called a "mains filter" board and it is part #529849P
The lid motors are sold as a set and that is part number 528113.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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