Question about Dishwashers
My Baumatic BDW 2SS will not complete a wash cycle without me manually moving the timer - as it appears to get stuck at various points. I have changed the timer but this hasn't helped at all. What else could it be? The machine is only 3 years old. Many thanks John
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error E1 comes up on dishwasher
E1 error comes up when faucet is not opened. this is shown up when it takes longer filling time.
The solution for this is to ensure that the inlet hose is not kinked or crushed.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
E4 is an overfill code caused by water pressure problem.
On the base of the unit - (underneath the kitchen plinth) there are 2 black plastic clip panels - each these of with a blunt knife or screw driver and turn off the appliance at the mains. In there you will see lots of wiring etc. Simply get a dish cloth and mop up any water that is in there, particularly at the back left as that is where the sensor that detects the over flow is. Its simply a rubber valve that is boyent and so lifts when water is present. then once most of the water is removed, turn on.The problem would be solved.
TO PREVENT THIS HAPPENING - when you take off the kitchen plinth you will see 2 small clear pipes in the centre - between the 2 plastic panels. These are cable tied. Simple cut the cable tie and feed the pipes out of the dishwasher - place a bowl under tehre if you whish. This will prevent overfloww water enterin the base. BE WARNED BY DOING THIS THE DISHWASHER WILL NOT HAVE ANY OVERFLOW PROTECTION CAUSING POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO KITCHEN AND APPLIANCE. My advice would be to leave it in place but try to prevent overflow - i.e rinse plates first or try a different brand of wash tablets. If it does happen then the fix is simple and you definately do not have to remove the unit as many people imply.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
check the safety thermostat which is located at the bottom of the dishwasher. you have to remove the bottom plate,and then you will find easily the thermostat-KSD201/PF 90. you have to reset this probably.there is a red wax dot in the middle this thermostat, so remove it and use a needle to press a very small button inside. the heating element is working well probably.you can measure resistance on it to be sure.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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