Question about AEG Dishwashers
Large anti flood connector on machine is too big to attach to pipework under sink, is there an adapter pipe that can be foxed between the two?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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to check the antiflood, remove the bottom front panel and the bottom tray is exposed. if there is water in the tray, this will actuate the antiflood switch. just mop out the water and the machine will run. turn off from mains when you do this.
however, this will not give a hum. the antiflood switch just turns on the drain pump.
if no water found then get back to me
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
I managed to clean the filter inside the dishwasher and drain a little residual water. I then re-plugged in the appliance and the anti-flood device seemed to reset and I have n't had any problems since.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
water is in the base and the float switch is activated. you must remove the water to deactivate.then hit the drain and cancell. let me tell you a quick joke .Im a old bosch tech and i had a call with the same problem. as soon as i got there i notice mouse droppings.the customer had a tech come by and told her she needed a circulation pump amodule the whole thing.wrong!!! what had happen was a mouse had made a mouse bed with the white packing foam and pulled it under the float in the unit. so the unit thought it had water in base and it went into drain mode . I removed foam and problem solved.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the great advice. Unfortunately, you didn't see it in time. We ended up paying for a new pump as Sears indicat. Will remember next time."
Thanks to all.
What we couldn't work out is what is actual mechanism of anti-flood triggering, and how therefore to reset it - and why all these other fixes work - but then it occurred to us, that problem is when water gets into the base and can't get out.
Our problem was that water inlet at top of washer came loose so water ran down outside the drum but inside the dishwasher, into the base. We tried the tipping method but this just moved water around and I think there must be sensor there which, if it stays wet, leaves anti-flood triggered.
This makes sense because other high level overflows from drum discharge into base - so if it was to overflow, it goes into sealed base only, wets the sensor and triggers anti-flood.
Our solution was patience - tipped it fully on its side, pointed a hot air blower into it for hour or so, then left it overnight. Tipped it back next morning, water which had run into side panel ran out, so it was upright with its base dry - and (touch wood) it worked like a charm.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
SOURCE: A loud noise from the
It must be the drain tube and the sound is coming from the drain pump.It is possible that the drain motor is jammed and makes the grinding noise with some objects struck inside.So remove the drain piipe, the drain pump and clean the unit.
Test the unit outside to confirm for smooth pumping. Reset back
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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