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Heavy Light flashing indicates leakage error.
The leakage sensor on the bottom cover of the unit is detecting water in the bottom of the dishwasher. Possible parts that could be the issue are as follows: Hose Connections, sump and tub assembly, drain pump or just simply the main PCB.
tip the unit in its back and remove the bottom cover. disconnect the leakage sensor and inspect the inside of the unit carefully for ANY water leaks. Most of the time its a mouse chewing holes in the tubing for water. Otherwise check carefully and you will see the leak.
Hi, if your unit is getting good water pressure then the problem is going to be your flow meter which is the device that measures how much water is coming into the unit. If it doesn't detect enough water coming into the unit, the dishwasher will hault and give you check water light error. When the error comes up look at the water in the bottom and see if you have enough water in the bottom for a cycle. If not then your flow meter is fine and your unit truely isn't getting enough water which means that either your house isn't giving good water pressure to the dishwasher, or the electronic water valve that connects to the water line from your house is bad and needs to be replaced....
if its no lights or fault codes its the main filter circut board can buy this for $50-140 depend on your supplier this happens when crewles gets into it if you remove bottome drae have look see if you se any dead crawles that what happend & secondly could be your controll board blown up from crawles this havent been buitl well for australian hot climents but built well over seas got cold wether and wont get this problem and when buying this draw dishwashers they dont tell you to put baits under the bottom draw and bug spray every where before installing it and keep it up for every 6 mths cheers
this error (004) means that there is an overflow....To solve it do this:
1) Disconnect the power to the dishwasher
2) Remove the left cover (to do it remove all the screws..2 are located under the top and 3 behind the front lower cover)
3) Dry very well the bottom plates where is the motor and the electrics wires.
4) The overflow switch is a floating contact, so check that there is no water under it. (You can check it pushing gently the contact).
Before reinstall the cover check that the dishwasher is working fine!
IF YES.....WELL DONE MATE YOU SAVED YOUR MONEY!
Sounds like you need to check for power to the unit. Access is at bottom of dishwasher under panel. Next you will see the wiring coming into an enclosed electrical box. you will need to get to wires and check voltage on black hot wire to neutral with a voltage meter. If you have power but still doesn't work then at least you know the problem is with the unit and not the incoming power.
The controllers get very brittle & can break away from their housing, the reason it's rapidly beaping is because it thinks the door is open. PLEASE TURN IT OFF FIRST AT THE POWER POINT. Take the front draw panel off by pulling the plugs situated on the front behind the draws, the controller is at the top right hand side if it is loose then thats the problem, double sided tape will work but lots of it or try a wedge type arrangement. I know this is an old post but people refer to these for solutions much later.
The error was a flood fault, water was not draining from either of the drawere, I removed the bottom drawer, dried drip pan and used hairdryer to dry fault sensor, the dishwasher then reset itself and works fine.
Thermistor problems are really very rare. One thing to look for is a possible broken wire in the door assembly. Remove the front door panel. Locate the wire harness. About 1/3 of the way up from the bottom of the door, look for a broken wire. If no broken wire, look for a kinked wire that may be on the way to being broken. Once all the broken wires are repaired, the unit should work fine. If there is no broken wire, then have the thermistor replaced.