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Why dishwasher shows a AE blinking and has a lot of foam in the bottom of the dishwasher? what does it mean and what should i do ?

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Error AE means that the machine has detected a leak in the base of the washer. The anti flood device has detected the water and its displaying the error AE.

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There is water leak inside the housing under the drawer. Turn the power off at the mains breaker and pull the drawer out as much as possible. Get a few towels and dry out the bottom of the dishwasher under the drawer. Use hair dryer if well.
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