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Fagor lfu-65it not getting water when it starts


Fill valve or float switch may be defective

Oct 17, 2016 | Fagor Dishwashers

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Fagor dishwasher not completing cycle showing f6


The heater or thermostat is faulty and not allowing the dishwasher to complete cycle as water is not getting hot enough. Try to run a cold or short cycle and see if is completed.

see explanation of fault codes in this manual.
http://www.fagor.co.uk/documents/LFU-65iT.pdf

Sep 21, 2014 | Fagor Dishwashers

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Fagor dishwasher showing f6


Please check fault codes on page 70 in this manual.
http://www.fagor.co.uk/documents/LFU-65iT.pdf

F6 would mean the water is not getting heated. I am not sure which model you have but if there is only a cold water inlet connection then either heater or thermostat is faulty. If you have both hot and cold water inlet then you may have to check if hot water is getting in at right temperature. Easiest way to confirm is to run dishwasher in cold cycle (short rinse) and see if it goes through. The heater would get used in warm/ hot wash cycles and drying.

Sep 19, 2014 | Fagor Dishwashers

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My Fagor dishwasher won't fill.


Check the water in-let electrovalve, could have dirt or the coil damage

Apr 30, 2014 | Fagor Dishwashers

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Fagor F1-48W dishwasher won't fill


this must be a water flow problem to machine , id look real carefull at valves under sink or under floor of machine to see that there open and there are no kinks in hose connecting to it , other than that the one only other reason that it would not add water is that it thinks there's water in it already

Dec 21, 2012 | Fagor Dishwashers

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Fagor lf-017s


the water level float is stuck in the "UP" position

Dec 09, 2012 | Fagor Dishwashers

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Dishwasher begins cycle then switches to rinse - no water seems to be entering the washer


Most possible that the inlet line is clogged at the filter or that the inlet valve is struck or faulty.
Please make sure with a voltage check if the inlet valve receives the voltage to it, if not the program controller is faulty.
Finally check the water line pressure at the inlet.

Feb 04, 2011 | Fagor LFA086XL Dishwasher

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Indicator lights say there is no water entering the machine. The pipe sounds and feels like there is water flowing but it is not getting into the machine itself


If water is flowing, then you should see water enter the DW. You should also feel the water line becoming warm or hot, depending on if metal (copper), insulated metal (copper), or plastic.
If the water valve is partially restricted due to accumulation solids in the water line, then you will need to remove and clean the valve of solids.

Dec 17, 2009 | Fagor LFA-073 IT Dishwasher

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ok if you have a volt meter then remove the bottom kick-plate locate the water valve take the connector off the valve set the meter to ac volts plug the leads into the connector turn the timer to fill if your getting the proper volts to the connector then replace the valve if nor reply to me

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Beeps eight times


Correct - lack of water pressure at the dishwasher, not the same as whether there is pressure from the line going to the dishwasher. There may be a clog or a valve that is closed.

Nov 21, 2007 | Fagor LFA-65 IT Dishwasher

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