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CODE F4E1 will not go away

Last week it was leaking on the floor. We fixed the leak by replacing a clamp on the hose. Now we can not get the Code f4e1 to go away. Unplugging the machine for 1 hr did not reset the code.

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This error means that the controller cannot communicate with the motor. It is possible that something came loose when you replaced the clamp. Recheck all the connections .

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Check for cracks in the inside liner of the door itself. Seal anything that looks like a potential leak with silicone sealer. I'm providing this advice because you have already eliminated the other possibilities I can think of. If it has a soap dispenser on the door check for leaks around that especially.

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SOURCE: dishwasher leaking water on the floor

Check the drain hose connection under the washer. make sure the hose hasn't separated form the drain housing. if the drain hose is not the leak spot, move on to the water valve assembly. check the connection there thoroughly. check the seals on the connection hose as well. if all checks out, this will most likely be a faulty water valve assembly.

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