It does not finish a cycle. In the first third of the cycle starts to beep intermittently and the "trouble" light blinks, until I press the reset button. I re-start the cycle, but then again minutes later it starts to beep and the "trouble" light blinks. The third time I re-start the cycle, then the cycle finishes up!
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if you are talking about the clean light blinking 7 times it is a water temperature problem either the heater element does not work or you need to run hot water at the sink by the dishwasher until hot to the touch or till at least 110 degrees before starting the dishwasher this should fix ya problem
it's telling u you have a fault but to clear it just press ur start button until the washer beeps then shut the door and leave shut until the aplliance stops. it will be ready to use. The flashes are usually intermittant i.e 3 quick flashes then a small break then 3 flashes again this process will repeat over and over. Count the flashes and let me know the amount i'll look at the fault for you
a worn film capacitor on the circuit board is the cause of the problem which often manifests itself after several years using the dwf 407. Replacing the film capacitor on the circuit board is the solution! Such a capacitor costs about GBP 2. The removal of the circuit board that is in the door is not very difficult, four torque screws along the inside top of the door (not the two for the door lock) a click system in which the print is stuck in the door. On the print are a few connectors with wires to loosen-take picture or mark them for reassembly purposes. There are several types of DWF 407, sometimes the print is slightly different. But the culprit is always the big gray block. The value that you must have is 250/275 V 1,5UF. Many electronics stores have them or can order them. Soldering you can do yourself if you have some experience or ask your local handyman. It is not very difficult, you have plenty of space on the board and only two feet soldering required. After that my dishwasher was as new at the fraction of the price
DWF 415 Ikea Whirlpool Dishwasher has constant green blinking light. Drain pump works ok (as it will pump out a jug of water if I tip it into it!) but no water comes in. Cycle stops about 30 seconds after thre is no more water to pump. Any ideas on how to fix?