Question about Fisher and Paykel DishDrawer DS605FDSM Stainless Steel 23 in Builtin Dishwasher
Dishdrawer goes to start & after about 30s beeps either F1 or F5 on both drawers. Any hints/solutions?
Posted by Anonymous on
F5 is the fast and rinse LED
It simply means the lid motror current is to high during the start - The lid is jammed up or down. Or the electronic controller has failed!!
Posted on May 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
f1 code indicates a leak.open bottom drawer,find the spring clips on side of tub where tub meets the front panel.push the clip and you will be able to slide the track back and remove tub. put tub on floor to left you should see a puddle,dry it up should be ok. Sensor is sensitive to moisture allow 24 hrs to reset if all visible water has been dried up. hope this helps ,please rate my solution :)
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: F&P dish drawers model DD6031
It may be that the DW thinks the drawer may have been pulled open. On the right side, near the top. there are two light pipes on the drawer. One sends an infrared beam of light to a reflective area on the cabinet, the other receives this light. This is how the drawer senses whether the drawer is open or closed. Wipe these areas with a clean dry cloth.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
F1-water on bottom of dishwasher. Uselly it cost by broken drain hose. Need expert tech to fix the problem.
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Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Most likely the micro-switch that tells the controller that the drawer is closed is broken. Its a tiny little black switch at the back of the left drawer slide, it had a metal actuator that is prone to breaking.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
you have an overflow leak problem....shut off circuit breaker or pull fuse....let it dry out for up to 4 days; hopefully overnight; peak under dryer and feel metal drip pan and if wet you might be able to dry with a hair dryer...WHY? the lid did not seal when you put cycle on...the lid lowers and you had something..typically too bid glasses on second shelf that was above the seal lip of the tub...stack correctly after this and no worries...
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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