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The error code E4 means selector switch pads is stuck.
First try a hard reset. Unplug the unit for 10 minutes and then switch on the dishwasher. Most cases you won't get the error message.
If you still get the error message then you need to take to service center to get it repaired. Mostly, the inner connectivity between the pad and circuit board is loose/bad.
The E4 error is not usually associated with newer dishwashers. Older
Kenmore dishwashers with digital displays would show an E4 error when
the selector switch pads/buttons were stuck. You need someone In to look at it im afraid
i made sure drain hose was not blocked found gunk at bottum , but to reset alarm e4 , had to drain dishwasher put it on its side - must have remove an airlock. checked turn on and e4 had gone , all ok now suggest rinse all dishes before washing
If it's any help then here is the link to the user manual (when you download it it applies to bdw13 as well even though it is labelled for the bdw14)
Best I could come up with is to try page 19 at the bottom of the "dishwasher doesn't run" section - there are two different types of reset which may do the job.
Hope this helps :)