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Belling IDW604 dishwasher does not clean dishes properly

Machine 30 months old often find some items not fully cleaned, also machine different when working

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Hi! noises can be very elusive, but some more info might give me enough to narrow down your search or figure out if what you are hearing is normal. First, what dishwasher did you have before? The noise that you are hearing, is it during the fill cycle, the wash cycle , drain cycle or just overall noisier than your old one

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For starters run the dishwasher through its entire cycle empty and add only one cup of vinegar. This will clean and disinfect. Next run the dishwasher through a second full cycle with nothing but water. This may be all you need to do to get your dishwasher back up and running.

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I found the solution myself. On the bottom plate, there is a float and a microswitch, when the water leaks onto the bottom plate it raises the float and activates the microswith which shuts down the machine and shows E4 on display. To get rid of the fault, you have to tilt the machine and drain the water from the bottom plate. Also make sure that there is no leak in the internal piping, if there is, the fault will come back as soon as the recess in the bottom panel fills with water.

Posted on Apr 05, 2010

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To clean the dishes the water temperature is essential.It the water is not hot then the dishes will not be cleaned properly.So check the water temperature.

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I imagine you've already checked that you're using the correct amount of detergent for the wash programme, and that you're washing the correct quantity of dishes for the wash programme, though if not, try that first!

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