Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: DISHWASHER AEG 80860
Just fixed a similar problem on an AEG F3A by following other advice on this site. Simply tip the machine forwards on to its door (best empty it of crockery first!!!).and then put it upright again when water has stopped dripping out of it. You wil get quite a bit of water on your floor which I reduced by pumping the water out of the salt resevoir first - but if you don't have a pump just have several towels handy
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Normally if washer doesnt complete cycle, its because the element has tripped the over temp.th/stat.(underneath), or is faulty. otherwise 1 of the 2 boards are faulty. Often the board at the bottom front left.(behind the kick panel.)is the issue. Roaches seem to accumulate on the bottom board and disrupt the circuit. If you have a mechanical timer, wiggle it side to side and note if there is a difference.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Error 30 is an indication that the anti flood device has been activated.
As the machine starts up again when you tip it and drain the base this confirms that there is water getting into the base.
Pull the machine out, unplug it from the wall socket and take the side panels off.
You will have to run the machine with the panels off to look for the leak.
Please keep your hands (and the rest of your body) away from the machine whilst power is applied.
Once you locate the source of the leak, unplug the appliance from the wall socket before attempting to repair it.
Unfortunately, I can only tell you that the common leaks on these are from a loose nut on the salt container (take the cap off and check that the nut is tight) or from the wash motor hose.
Obviously, with the panels off you will be better placed to observe the leak.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
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Posted on Apr 20, 2011
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