Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: We have an Error 4
Unplugthe power cord to your dishwasher. You can do this by manually removing thedishwasher from the wall and unplugging it, or you can flip the power switch toyour kitchen at the circuit breaker (although you will need light to drain thedishwasher hose). 2 Put on your gloves,and, using your screwdriver, unscrew the screws from the kick plate of yourdishwasher. The kick plate is the panel just below the door of your dishwasher.3 Place your bucket on the floor in front of the dishwasher. 4 Unhook the drainhose by pinching the ends of the clamp and sliding it down the hose. Remove theother end from the pump. There will be two hoses in your dishwasher. The drainhose is the one that leads from the pump to the underneath of your kitchensink. 5 Point the hose into your bucket to drain any debris. Twist and scrunchthe hose to help remove the waste. 6 Test the hose by running water through it,and then reattach your hose in the same manner in which you detached it fromyour dishwasher.
Posted on May 13, 2011
Error 4 is internal leakage (overflow).
when this happens often the dishwasher starts with the pump running continuously.
Switch off the power from main circuit breaker, drain the inside of the appliance and clean the drain filter in the bottom panel of the tub. If problem persists, check the drain hose at the back. Ensure that it is not kinked, and that height is as from installation manual.
If that does not work, then the machine is faulty. Repair is done removing the kickplate at the base of the appliance, checking for water leak in there. Disconnecting pump hose and removing debris, testing the overflow switch by running a cycle with its contacts jumped. The inlet valve must also be checked to ensure that it is not leaking.
Turn off power and remove water from inside the appliance. Usually that is enough to sort out the problem.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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