Question about Neff Dishwashers
The error code E 15 is showing and also there is a tap symbol on the display and the pump continues to run even though dry.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would seem to be in an endless loop (firmware glitch). Initially, pls try:
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Posted on Sep 15, 2008
SOURCE: Dishwasher pump keeps running
This is caused by a water leak into the base pan,it will trigger the anti flood and the machine will continously drain out even with the door open,you need to establish what is leaking,if you leave the appliance standing for a few days it will start again as the water will evaporate however if the fault returns you will definetly have aleak on the appliance which will require further investigation.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Just had the same problem, removed the excess water from the drawers, turned off the power, removed the bottom drawer by pushing in the lugs at the bottom of the drawer where it butts up to the drawer front and pulling out the drawer. Then had to mop up with 4 t-towels and half a roll of kitchen roll the water in the bottom of the machine housing. The water gets into the electronics at the rear of the housing and obviously warns you of this by the F1 code?. I removed the white cover over the electronics with a screwdriver by pushing it into a slot then sliding the cover across to the right, it is indicated on the cover how to remove it. I also then removed the screw on top of the PCB (printed circuit board) and lifted up the grey plastic base and wiped under that and the under side of the PCB. The PCB unclips on the left hand end of it and lifts out, try not to pull the cables out though. I then used a hair dryer as suggested by someone else on here to dry out any excess that you could not wipe dry, my daughters Hello Kitty hair dryer didn't last long though, she's not impressed! So try not to stick the dryer right in the housing to avoid overheating it. About 5 minutes did the trick for me, then re-assembled everything, turned it on and hey presto! It worked!!!! Its not that hard, good luck!!!
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
the flood sensor on this unit is a PC board in the base, so you would need to remove the lower drawer and dry it out under there. If the base is dry and you still have the error, you can take a look at that sensor and clean any corrosion/minerals off. Generally cleaning it doesnt work and that little board needs replacement, but you may get lucky.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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