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E8 code unit drum does not move after the water fill, then E8 CODE ON DISPLAY

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Bosch error E24 after 2 minutes into cycle, along with grinding noise.


Bearings or a belt have gone bad on the drum. After water fills and the agitator starts the drum begins to move and that's when you hear the grinding. error code stops the machine from further damage.

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Where is the distributary valve?


that is a very good question
i cant find a "distributary valve" for sale

lots of water inlet valves hot and cold single units


almost every dishwasher user manual and has code e8 mentioned and faulty distributary valve

why the fault
.If the distributary valve have worked for 150
seconds, and could not reach right
position during wash cycle,after the cycle is finished, the dishwasher will shut off all
loads, the alarm buzzer will ring for 30 seconds and the window will display "E8" at rate
of 1Hz in 30 seconds, and then display "E8" , drain water for 2 minutes meanwhile
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May 12, 2016 | Dishwashers

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Error code E8 appears mid wash, heater is working ok, machine has been hooked up to the hot water instead of cold. I have since directed cold water through water valve.


hot water form the house takes less power to bring up to machine temperature so by hooking it to cold water will increase the power consumption
call a service center and get the explanation for the error codes and that will explain what is faulty
you didn't mention the make and model of the unit and every error code appears different
for example in a fulgor milano machine code 8 is failure of orientation of distributary valve ===causes open circuit or break of distributary valve
for hoover nextra e8 is dishwasher has failed to heat with water in a reasonable time or has failed to detect the water heating element===causes check water heating element/wiring--check wiring to main control module
go google and type in-- dishwashing machine error code 8-- and see if there is any site for your machine to get the error code and causes
other than that get in a service technician for a correct diagnosis and fix

Apr 23, 2016 | Dishwashers

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How do I fix a Miele W 2653 Wasker.


Hi dear. You did not mention what fault code but regards rest of your information, I would say 3 factors play up with it.
1- Tacho generator or it's plug faulty on motor
2- Motor Carbon brushes worn out or
3- Power/control unit ELP151-KD faulty.
I can advised to contact your local Miele center to diagnose your machine.Thanks.

Mar 17, 2016 | Miele Washing Machines

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Hi im ishaq I bought a washing machine of hover on display shoing a code e02 and the drum will full of water plz how can I salvage


An E02 code indicates a trapped, blocked, or pinched fill hose or a problem with the water supply or fill valve.

Mar 02, 2015 | Washing Machines

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Even in pure cycle setting we frequently get an E8 error. just now, it did it while filling with water for pure cycle. this machine is less than 4 years old and is costing me a fortune in repairs and costs...


An E8 code indicates a water cooldown issue. You might check to be sure the hot and cold water connections are not reversed

As for the clothing destruction issue, you might check back with test results for your machine when new. It could be a persistent problem.

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Aquarius wmf560 drum not moving after h20 code


if you do not have an instruction manual for this washer then download from this site.
http://imagebank.indesitcompany.co.uk/brochures_online/pdf/Hotpoint/Laundry/WMF560UK_19507120302_UK.pdf

If the drum is not moving then it is very likely the pressure switch is also faulty. This tells the control that water level has been achieved. It is thinking water is not coming in.

Check this out.
PRESSURE SWITCH

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Error e8


I don't see a error code E8 listed.. I take it your tried unplugging unit for at least 30 minutes then reconnecting unit. Could be a bad controller or display. If unit hasn't been serviced in a long time.. it should be checked for proper coolant levels and leaks.

You can find the service manual here...
files.totalhomesupply.com/data/LG/PTAC/LP123CD3Aservice.pdf

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Bosch


f is fill fault to much or not enough water or water in the sump white plastic base the f code will not go away until you solve the problem when the f code shows up the drain motor will run all of the time

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