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I worked before, after a reinstal the water does not fill. after about a while the display states er1 I cannot find access to the base pan as to remove any possible water.

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  • MV_ATL Aug 10, 2013

    I have same problem and the answer below is not applicable - problem is FILL not drain. After a repair (replacing thermistor), which required the tech putting dishwaser upside down and disassembling, then reinstalling in cabinet, I get ER1 and it won't fill.

  • MV_ATL Aug 29, 2013

    Turned out the FLOAT was dislodged during reinstallation. Once set in place fill worked properly again.

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MV_ATL I had same problem - turned out the FLOAT was dislodged during reinstallation. Once set in place the fill worked properly again.

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Just tip forward and drain the water

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