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Jerry had two good First Checks with the water level and the temperature. Turn on the dishwasher and open the door after it completes filling and check the level and temperature.
A third possibility if the level and temperature are correct is that your dishwasher is not spraying enough water around. This could be due to a faulty pump, but more often I see a reduced spray from a clogged filter on the input to the pump.
You can check the amount of spray by waiting until it starts the wash cycle and open the door quickly. Water should be pouring off the upper rack and you should either have water come out of the door or have it be very close to spraying out.
Some dishwasher models have an easily accessible filter, others take some tools to get down to it.
uasally it isnt the spinning of the spary arm that does the fill it is controlled or a timed fill then the motor comes on if there isnt enough water in the unit it will not have enough pressure really need more info though
Sounds like the float switch is out of adjustment,(or the retaining plate is loose) The float & switch are located toward the front of the tub.You can access the switch buy removing the lower panel on the front of the washer.
your not alone. i to have this error 4 and so do hundreds of others.it means low water level even like mine your water level probably isnt low.what happened to mine was the sensor got a layer of fat and oil scum buildup on it and couldnt detect the water level so i cleaned it and worked good for another month. then same problem.solution- dishwasher had an "accidental short due to water leak" wich insurance covered and bought me a new dishwasher (fisher and pikel) now no more problem
There are a few things to check.
1. Do you have enough water pressure in your lines? It may not be filling enough.
2.Is the washer balanced? Try making sure that its on a level surface.
3. Make sure that your hose isnt kinked, and check the back in the screen to make sure it isnt clogged.
4. Is it above the height of its supply? If so, try finding a lower space to put it on.
5. Take a cup or two of vinegar and run it through a cycle.
6. make sure that, in the arm, there is no clogs or food.
I'm not 100% sure what the problem is, other then its not pumping water into it at first and sounds like its blocked some where down the line.
If you've never cleaned it with vinegar before, I'd imagine that would be the problem. Hope this helps
I have a 4114 and the problem was not enough water entering the washer. You can check by adding extra water (kettle full) to the washer just after start. ( opening the door just suspends the cycle) If your dishes clean well then you will need to adjust the pressure level switch to allow more water in. There is an adjustment screw on the switch which needs to be turned 1/4- 1/2 a turn. This puts more tension on the spring so more water needs to enter before the switch is activated. On the 4114 the switch has 2 adjusters. It is the taller of the 2 that require adjusting. Do little turns until the water level just covers the filters.