This is likely an indication of a problem with the circulation pump motor under the dishwasher like maybe a bad circulation pump motor but the only way to know for sure is to do some electrical testing with a volt/ohm meter and the wiring diagram located within the appliance.
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Good Morning Steve - I am happy to assist you, however
according to my database I'm not showing that Frigidaire has an error code FR
for a dishwasher or for any product for that matter. Could the error code possibly
be an ER, PF, FL or RF?
·Typically error code ER indicates that the main
control board has detected a stuck key or a key pressed for more than one
·Generally error code PF means that the dishwasher
has experienced a power failure and you should be able to resume the cycle.
·Error code FL is advising you that the water
valve is in the open position.
·RF indicates that the rinse aid reed switch in dispenser
is open and needs to refill the rinse aid.
Let's try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or
flipping the household circuit breaker to the off position. It is important to
wait approximately ten minutes and then turn on the dishwasher. If issue
persists, then I would personally contact a professional to accurately diagnose
the washer to determine the root cause to reduce the risk of unnecessary parts.
I hope these troubleshooting tips help you in some small
"Er Clean S" is a common error with Frigidaire which means
shorted keypad. The issue is with the touchpad/keypad that should be replaced.
However, before replacing the keypad you can unplug it and take it apart
completely and use a hair dryer to blow some warm air on the keypad assembly to
blow the moisture off. Hope this helps...please post back for further
Turned Fridgidaire washer on last night before going to bed; this morning, it's running (at least making sounds) but did not wash; 4000 Series Frigidaire; display says Washing Drying Er Clean S; and two lights are flashing - Ultimate Scrub and Rinse only.
I tried turning off the breaker and restarting the machine but that doesn't work.
I have a similar problem with my Frigidaire FDB4050LHS1. My Owner's Manual says to contact the Customer Care Center if the display shows "Er", "uF", or "CE". When I called them, Maria didn't have a clue what the codes meant - all she could do was give me phone numbers to authorized service centers in my area.
I managed to get ahold of a "SERVICE DATASHEET" P/N: 154718601. The error code "ER/ER" means there is a "switch failure"; "ER/CE" denotes a "Configuration Error"; "ER/uo" means "Vent will not close"; and "ER/UF" means "Fan not running".
The schematic only labels three switches - labeled "USER INTERFACE SWITCH", "DOOR SWITCH", and "FLOAT SWITCH". There is also a switch in the pump motor assembly. If either the door or user interface switch is faulty, then you probably won't be able to do anything other than call a repair service - unless you know how to replace these switches yourself.
If the float switch is causing the error, you might be able to run the "Water/Service Test". From "PF" (denoting a Power Failure) or idle mode (with no lights on whatsoever), press and hold the "DRY/AIRDRY" and "START/CANCEL" buttons at the same time for 3 seconds. This will start an 8-stage test that runs for about 7 and 1/2 minutes. The display will show which step the test is in until it shows an error code. Step 1 tests the water valve, which is where the float switch is located. If that switch is bad, you will likely see "Uo" displayed within the first minute of the test.
We had the same problem with our Frigidaire dishwasher (different model though). We called them and they said the UO stands for Vent Open (the display can't make a V so it makes a U). The active vent was not closing when it should be closed (the repairman said the gasket was stuck up in the assembly so sometimes it would seal and sometimes it wouldn't) and thus the error. Since our machine was still under warranty, we had the vent replaced at no cost and haven't had the problem since.