Question about Kenwood Dishwashers
Drain was clogged and machie now won't work, displaying E4 on KDW243A/A
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood kdw243a
The dishwasher still has water in it. Lean dishwasher back at least 45 degrees and water should drain out through overflow pipe. It could be caused by the dishwasher not being level. Otherwise from reading reviews online it seems to be a common fault with this dishwasher and lots of people have returned and purchased different.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
you need to check the power only:
1- check the power come to the wall right ,if not
get elecricity man to bring it to plug in the wall
2- check the cord of m/c if it has fuse check it
and replace with same values ampers,....so on
3- if problem still check electricity reach at end of cord if not ,chang cord
4- if you still have problem inform us
>be ware of electricale chock it is your your life> thanks from me m abba
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: Error code E4 is on
Error code E4 means there is an overflow. Water is probably trapped. If you get error code E4, just tilt the machine back about 45 degrees and let the water drain out. It should come out on both sides. Then, you should be good to go.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
SOURCE: Maytag dishwasher won't drain
Drainage problem of some sort is usually the cause. Could be blockage before your drain pump, in your drain pump, or in your drain hose. One possibility is that you just installed a garbage disposal and forgot to remove the "knock-out" plug for the dishwasher drain line. Another cause can be that you have not looped your dishwasher drainline under your sink and water from your sink is flowing back into you dishwasher. You must attach your dishwasher drain line under your sink so it is higher then your sink drain lines, creating a trap for your dishwasher. Your drain sump could be plugged, not letting the water get to your drain pump easily. This is caused by not getting loose or hard debris off your dishes before putting them in the unit. Also make sure your drain pump is getting the right voltage when it is supposed to.God bless you
Posted on Apr 02, 2013
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