I turned on the dishwasher before I went to bed last night and woke up to the sound of water running in the dishwasher. It is coming from the built in hole on the left hand side of the dishwasher. I tried pushing buttons, opening the door, and the water runs with the door open or shut.
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check the very bottom of washer; look for something jamming the garbage cutting blades. it can be something very small stock half way in the drain causing the blades to stop turning and therefore keeps it from draining water. just an idea
Error "i30" means that water remains in base because leakage or overflow. In this case, in order to prevent flooding, drain pump running continuously.
When we talk about AEG dishwasher, drain pump works even the power is turned off (must be connected to the wall outlet, otherwise anti-flooding system will not work).
The noise what you heard during operation indicates that something is blocking the drain pump.
Remedy: you should first remove the water from the bottom of the dishwasher and determine leakage then check why the drain pump makes noise.
If you work around the dishwasher, you always take care that appliance must be disconnected from the power supply.
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.
You need to measure with a voltmeter for 115 Volts at the electrical box under the washer front. Breakers can fail, yet look ok. This will check the breaker output and all of the wiring in between. There may also be a local circuit breaker that tripped.
Often there is a lot of grit in the water supply after a pipe has been repaired, and this may have clogged one or more of the valves in your line, or the gauze filter in the inlet port on your machine. I would first turn off the water to the machine and disconnect the flexible pipe at the inlet valve on the back of the machine. If the inlet filter is clogged, there is part of your problem. If it isn't, place the end of the inlet hose in a bucket and turn on the water supply a little bit to see if water comes out. If it doesn't flow freely, then it's likely another valve in the line is clogged.
I think the machine may have stopped because it is waiting for water to reach the required level. You could check this, I guess, by adding water from a jug and then closing the door.