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I recently had the e4 error code on my new world dw60 dishwasher. I have since opened it up and replaced the heater element, which appears to have resolved that issue. However, in the process of doing this I incorrectly installed the flood switch back into place, meaning that it was in its closed position (i.e. the position it would be when activated by a flooded base) when I went to turn the dishwasher back on. I have since opened it back up and correctly installed the flood switch, but I can't set any programmes. It's almost as though that closed switch has blown a fuse? Does anybody have any ideas of what this may be?

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This dishwasher uses the program lights a s a fault code. Usually it is due to food jamming the impeller. If you are competent you can get at it from underneath. Mine was under warranty when this happened and the engineer was heard to say, 'this is a dishwasher not a waste disposal'. The engineer cleared it with a wire coat hanger down the drian hole inside the machine. Not happened since we really scape off plates.

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i made sure drain hose was not blocked found gunk at bottum , but to reset alarm e4 , had to drain dishwasher put it on its side - must have remove an airlock. checked turn on and e4 had gone , all ok now suggest rinse all dishes before washing

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