Question about Fisher and Paykel Dishwashers
The fault E9 means the controller has a problem. Obviously it is not a complete fault as you are still getting the fault codes. Some key circuit in the controller has become faulty and this prevents dishwasher from working. Usually the controller needs to be replaced. But first try to turn the mains power off and back on after a short delay. This might reset the controller (boot up).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means your filter is dirty. Remove metal plate at bottom & scrub with a toothbrush. Clean arms as well.
Clean all around the door & pull out the lift out filter, scrub clean with a toothbrush.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
well since you asked on the 5th July, and no reply, doesnt look like you may get one. I thought thats what this site was about??
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
All the information that I have found about this particular problem indicates that the "F1" error is a flood or overflow alarm. It's generally caused by a clog in the drain line and/or tub not sealing properly when closed.
If this is a drawer style dishwasher there is a lid in the equipment cabinet that must seat properly on the drawer when it is closed. If you place items in the dishwasher that are too tall for the drawer lid to seat properly, it will not seal and water will splash over the sides of the tub during the wash cycle.
Another common problem is a clogged or kinked drain line. Remove the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged. Check it at BOTH ends.
The alarm is activated by a float switch in the bottom tray of the dishwasher. Look to see if this is any standing water in the bottom tray. If there is any water, or signs of wetness, the alarm will not clear until it is dried out. I found a couple of recommendations to clear the alarm. The first involved removing the dishwasher from where it is installed and tilting it at a 45 degree angle to pour any standing water out. Another method is to dry the bottom out with towels as best you can, and then use a hair dryer to dry any residual water. I hope I'm on the right track with this and I hope this solves your problem. Post back if you have any further questions.
CAUTION: UNPLUG the dishwasher or turn off the breaker BEFORE servicing inside the cabinet.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
That's an electronics failure code. Bad news.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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Posted on May 15, 2010
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