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ERROR CODE E6 ON BELLING IDW604 DISHWASHER

I took the door apart to fix a faulty door handle unit , but when I put it back together and switched on the error code e6 (failure of temperature sensor ) came up & I could not programme the machine to wash, Can you please help?

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Got this problem resolved pressed the first button and last button on the control and restarted the machine, seem to have cleared the problem...

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The E6 can also indicate a drain system that isclogged or restricted. Anything that might cause the water to take toolong to drain from the tub will cause a failure code to appear.Included in this is mineral buildup on the interior of the pumpassembly, particularly around the filter assembly in the upper pump.Use of products like Dishwasher Magic willreduce these buildups and assure a clean pump system. Steer clear ofgel detergents and only use powder or tablets in the dishwasher.

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