I have a DD603ss Fisher Paykel Dishwasher that will not complete it cycle and stops with a beeping sound and a faucet symbol on the display. The washer itself has hot water in it that will not drain. ...
I have a DD603ss Fisher Paykel Dishwasher that will not complete it
cycle and stops with a beeping sound and a faucet symbol on the display.
The washer itself has hot water in it that will not drain.
This is telling you that you have a leak ,the sensor is in the bottom
of the unit under the drawer, your best bet is to call for service. This unit has to be pulled out and disassembled unless you have some one that is very handy!!
Originally the dishwasher ran for a minute and came up with an F2
message. I removed the basket, blade, and blue component (not sure what
it is called) I cleaned them and ensured that the all moved freely but
have only placed the blue component back in. The unit progressed more
into the cycle but has the above problem referenced above.
F2 means that your rotor is jammed. If you open the drawer and remove
the dishrack, you can pull straight up to remove the wash arm. There is
a plastic locking ring in the center of the silver filter plate. Twist
this 1/4 turn counter-clockwise and pull the filter up and out. Next
is the rotor, turn the rotor 1/4 turn counter-clockwise as well and
replace this part because it's not functioning correctly (assuming you
don't see something blocking the rotor from moving that you can just
Below is the link to order the same :-
There is a probability that if all of these error message's are there, there is a problem with circuit board. A problem with them could cause multiple error message or displays on the screen, even though there is no such issues. So, this problem has to be collectively inspected and checked before you could order any parts.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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Jan 09, 2011 |