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Getting a d06 motor overload error message on a BLANCO Dishwasher BFD9X However the motor is working perfectly to pump in and to expel water but is going to error when starting the first wash cycle.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Blanco dishwasher error d06 faulty motor.

I have a Blanco BFD10X Dishwasher which had the same D06 error, being a Electrician i investigated the fault which Blanco report as motor over current. After testing the motor, i tested the motor Run capacitor and found it to be faulty, these capacitors are common to failure and will cause the pump to draw more current than usual.
A genuine replacement 2.5uf capacitor was quoted at $120.00, however i purchased a equivalent from RS online for $14.30 + delivery. RS P/N 769-4267
Dishwasher working fine again.

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