Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It leaked before leading to this.
1- Unplug the power.
2- Dry out the leak.
3- Before taking off the lid seal, check if Lid actuator working by going to diagnostic mode. 4- Select LD.
5-Pull the drawer half way out so you can see the lid going down or not when you turn on by pressing lock button.
6- Press the lock button again to release the Lid.
7- Most the time it is a Lid actuator problem and your seal look good, then you replace the Lid actuator only.
8- If it is a problem with the Lid actuator and your seal look bad then replace all .
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Check at bottom housing both top and bottom drawers for leaks.
Pull the tube out, on the left side below the tub you can access to touch the bottom housing. Dry it out with a tower. Un plug the power cord at least 24 hor so the flood sensor can be dried out before pluggin it back.
However, if you don't fix this leak, the sam F1 problem will happen again.
There is not much clogging up in filter. If you expect something clogged up, you have to take the spraying arm off then take out the bottom stainless steel with a lot of holes out to see the impeller clean or not. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
F4 is a heating error- dishwasher has not reached temperature in allocated time. If intermittent fault, problem is usually with electronic board, which has temperature sensor attached. Sometimes the wiring to the control board burns out and can give intermittent false readings causing F4 error. Disconnect from power, remove front panel (4 screws down each side). You can now see wiring going to control board- check for burnt wires. Also check temperature sensor (small square with two purple wires) is stuck to inner door panel- if this is not stuck to inner panel, temperature sensor will not work properly. If in any doubt, call in the experts!!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Turn off the main power to the dishwasher.
I am assuming you are getting F1 error code flashing (if your drawers have LCD display) or the LEDs are flashing if you have intergrated drawers.
The flood switch is located at the base of the drawer tub. You will have to either extend the drawers out fully or take them out depending on the amount of water that would have collected at the base of the tubs. Get some towels and dry the base out. You may also need a hair dryer.
Once the flood switch dries off the drawer should work ok when you turn back the power.
The causes of the flood switch trriggering is either too much foam in detergent (use recommended detergent) or leak in water in or drain pipe.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2010
Hi - unfortunately my good friend it cannot be reset as one would like quite easily anyhow... water has found its way to the base of the drwaers and have activated the flooding switch - one could pull it apart to dry it - tip the water out from the base but if the leaks not repaired you will have the same problem later and will be on-going. 5 Fault Codes Fault Code LED Display Fault Possible Causes F1 ----# The flood switch has been activated. A leak has occurred in the base of the dishwasher. Cause The fill valve has failed open. The flood switch is faulty. Excessive water has been added to a wash sub cycle, indicating leaking seal or siphoning. hope this is useful tp you - let me know if you require further asspstance...
5 Fault Codes
Fault Code LED Display Fault Possible Causes
The flood switch has been activated.
A leak has occurred in the base of the dishwasher.
The fill valve has failed open.
The flood switch is faulty.
Excessive water has been added to a wash sub cycle, indicating leaking seal or siphoning.
hope this is useful tp you - let me know if you require further asspstance...
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
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