Question about Indesit 18 in. D41 Slim-Line Free-standing Dishwasher
I have tried everything, ie:
Turned off at plug, left for an hour, turned back on Turned off at ON/OFF switch Pressed start/reset button for 5 and 10 seconds Changed to another cycle when machine off and when on Checked nothing is blocking the door, everything stacked okay Checked sprayer arms - fine Refilled salt and rinse aid which were empty Every time I turn it off, then on again, first the second light comes on and I can hear water, then the third light comes on and they both flash Any solutions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Indesit idl 705 Dishwasher
Having read another users fault (LUNNY) that has same fault. They got engr out and it was a blocked pump. Where is the pupmp located on this model as I have the same fault and want to resolve it asap.
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
SOURCE: idl 705
i have similar problem machine starts then stops while bleeping the second and third lights then flash nothing more happens have checked water intake which is ok no blockages any more ideas would help thanks
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
1, Tilt machine and remove base plate 6 screws.
2, fixed to the inner ring at the bottom of the machine is the water level control.
(brown, round with 3/4 wires attached.
3, remove it, lift and pull forward.
4, remove the attcahed clear plastic tube.
5, tip up and drain out any water in the unit, Should be none.
6, Blow throught the free hanging rubber tube, should be clear
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: Indesit IDL 50 Dishwasher
Had a similar problem (flashing lights 1 and 2). Drained the machine by diconnecting the outlet hose and using a shallow bowl on the floor. Removed and cleaned filters. Forced clean water through by using a garden hose pipe(you can only do this one way, you cannot force water down the outlet pipe). Removed and cleaned the pump (you have to do this from under the machine but easy enough). Finally ensuring the waste trap under the sink was clear. Bingo!! No parts, no expensive engineer.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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