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LX-18 error code E4 what is the problem? Replaced motor runs great.

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The water does not seem to be pumping to wash the dishes....could something be plugged? I can hear the pump and it pumps the water out at the end...

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How do I fix my dishwasher it is Glem and is showing E4


I found this. All the errors are generic to all models

Hi I'm a kenwood engineer
E4 means that the flood sensor located in the sump of the machine has got wet!
It only should get wet if the machine is leaking somewhere.
The sensor is designed to switch off the machine if triggered... To save flooding your kitchen!
Very good idea really - as most machines don't have this feature and flood the floor until the cycle is finished.
Yes you need to tilt the machine back to drain the water from the sump first.... Then look for your leak. The leak cud be on any hose or water pump... Or the seal under the filter chamber. Once leak fixed and water drained/dry
E4 should clear. Make sure machine is empty and unplugged before messing! :)

and can also be drain error
http://www.justanswer.com/appliance/1qmh8-belling-dishwasher-showing-error-code-e4.html

There is also a video on E4 errors.

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=dishwasher+showing+E4+error&FORM=HDRSC3

Jul 05, 2016 | Dishwashers

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I have e4 showing


E4 error indicate an abnormal water level which means too much inlet water (E5 also is refer at this fault).

I quote other comments/solution about this same error:
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I had the e4 error code and i took the outer panel off and inside behind the power button is a grey reservoir tank which measures the water that goes inside the dishwasher which actually got bunged up with **** and grease causing the floaty thing to get jammed and cause the e4 code to come on which means abnormal water level the top to the reservoir just unclips on both sides then just clean all the gooey stuff out and put it back together it worked for me.
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Good luck.

May 31, 2011 | Kenwood Dishwashers

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What does the code E4 mean on the display


This is an overfill error code. this is a common issue with this machine. here are some discussions about this issue. Remember to turn off the power at the circuit breaker box before you sick your hands inside. The posts are
here and here
hope this helps

Jan 13, 2011 | Baumatic 18 in. BDW45.1 Built-in...

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Error code E4 is on our display of our KDW243A dishwasher - what does this mean please?


Error code E4 means there is an overflow. Water is probably trapped. If you get error code E4, just tilt the machine back about 45 degrees and let the water drain out. It should come out on both sides. Then, you should be good to go.

Dec 14, 2010 | Kenwood Dishwashers

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Idw604 error code e4


had same problem. Tilt dishwasher to the left and drain all the water (it will come out on the side). That's E4 solved. Now turn it on, E4 should not light up. If it does, turn it on and as soon as u do this, close the door. This won't activate the Trip Switch but will automatically turn the pump on. Good luck!

Aug 02, 2009 | Belling 24 in. IDW603 Built-in Dishwasher

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Hobart LX30 error code wrench & E5


What error code is displayed?e1,e2,e3,e4?I'm a hobart tech let me know.

Apr 10, 2009 | Dishwashers

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Getting an E4 error message on portable dishwasher - Kenmore 18" ,mg DDW1805W.


E4 means the overflow sensor has activated.
Under the washer is a pan - with a sensor. If it gets any sort of water - it activates.
You can remedy this issue by pulling ut the dishwasher, and tilting it up to about a 45 degree angle to empty the catch pan.
This should solve your problem.


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E4 ERROR


i have had the same problem,saw this add and got to it straight away,excellent info worked a treat,thankyou very much

Sep 17, 2008 | Baumatic 18 in. BDW45.1 Built-in...

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BDW45.1 Baumatic Dishwasher E4 alarm


Check and clean the filters on the inlet water line (both sides). Good luck!

Sep 03, 2007 | Baumatic 18 in. BHD45 Slim-Line Built-in...

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Beumatic


The E4 code means - Overfilled. To much inlet water. Remove water manually from the tank pan and try operating a new cleaning cycle. Good luck !

May 31, 2007 | Baumatic 23 in. BDW14 Built-in Dishwasher

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