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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hoover dt999
E4 Error on other machines (eg. Baumatic) means that the bottom catch tray (condensate trap) below the machine has too much water in it. This condensate is supposed to evaporate away, but too much will mean it builds up over a period of time. There is a float that trips a microswitch in my Baumatic which detects this, it only needs 2 - 3mm of water before the microswitch is activated.
If this is the problem with your machine (try it annd see), there are several solutions posted in forums - best seems to be to remove plastic access hole caps from base and mop out the tray with sponge. TURN OFF AT MAINS BEFORE POKING AROUND INSIDE THE BASE. May have to repeat at regular intervals to.
What causes it ? - I think it is excess condensate from steam inside the wash cabinet, follow the manufacturers advice to open the door as soon as the wash cycle has ended to release as much steam as possible to stop it condensing inside the machine.
Peramnent solution ? - I don't think possible - My guess is it's just a bad design.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: HF alarm
1st ck all hoses and screens for blockage be sure you have good water flow to washer next remove top ck flow meter left side 2 small hoses 1 in one out may be able to tap it on the side and temporaily correct problem best bet is to replace it
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: siemens se26t550gb/25 dishwasher
Turn the washer off. While off press and hold the 35 degree economy wash button. Keep it pressed while you switch the washer on. You can now by pressing the 35 degree button select the volume of the beep or continue to press it until no beep is heard and that will be it off.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
If you wish to eliminate or reduce the volume of the end of cycle beep you can do so by powering off the unit and turning back on while holding the right button “Cancel/Reset”. The beep has 3 volumes levels and silent, press the right “Cancel/Reset” button to cycle through the settings. Power the unit back off to save you setting.
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: won't finish cycle
The water may not be getting hot enough in the rinse cycle. Usually it needs to heat to 140 to 160 degrees for rinsing. If the heating element is not working the water will not heat. If your DW has a Sanitary setting it will be calling for the water to be 160 degrees. If you have the option to override the Sanitary settin, try that to see if the rinse cycle will finish with cooler water.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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