Question about Fisher and Paykel 24 in. DD603H W Built-in Dishwasher
Not funny Cindy - Any chance you can access the power breaker in the panel for the dishwasher? Sometimes with even short power bumps or outages, electronic controls get out of whack - Leave the breaker off for a minute and then turn it back on - As for the water level, I would question if the hookup was done entirely correctly - The idea is for the drain to connect to the most clear point of the sink drain - if you drain came with a pre-made Dishwasher drain connection, did the installer make sure that the plug was fully removed before connecting - Even in my mobile dishwasher I might get an inch of water, but not what you are experiencing - Good Luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: haywire dishwasher contol panel
I had the same problem. Played Fur Elise and the Star Spangled Banner when you press and hold the middle button. Before that it was not draining and the lights were blinking blue and red.
I found the breaker to the power for the dishdrawer, turned it off, then back on. That seems to have worked. We are not thrilled with the number of times we have had to call for service or run an extra rinse cycle because the top drawer did not drain all the way. We got a full rebate for the cost of the unit when we bought a DCS range and hood so it was free. Not sure I would buy on though.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
I see the question is posted in the DD603 section, so I am not sure if
I am giving the proper advice. Are you sure this is a 602/601 series? A DD603 model has lid actuator motors, not the inflatable style seal. It sounds like the lid motors are in the DOWN position. Since the machine is "dead" what may have happened is the heater plate opened up (the heater plate is a dropping resistor inline with the machine's controller) when the machine was in use and that stopped everything dead.
Double-check your model number so we know what style of lid your machine has, The difference is huge between models.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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