Question about Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD-603SS Built-in Dishwasher
I installed a brand new Fisher and Paykel Dishdrawer this evening. We went through the final steps, including running both drawers through a full rinse cycle and checking for leaks. Those went through just fine, but once dishes and soap are put in and it's set to go on a real cycle, after a couple of minutes I get the "Inadequate Fill" light. How is it that it is getting water (the dishwasher sounded like it was getting water and it was all wet inside after the rinse cycle completed) but it cannot get enough for a real cycle? Thank you.
Try this test: add water (one gallon each try) by hand fill and try the cycle again. Continue until light goes out. If light never goes out, then faulty water level switch or wiring. If light goes out, then water inlet valve is stopping too early, but need more info to determine why. Try this test: open door and find the door switch. Then activate the switch and turn on machine to watch water come in. It should not just "dribble" in; try to determine if water pressure is sufficient coming in.
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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