Question about Fisher and Paykel Dishwashers
The code E6 is for the flood switch
Pull the appliance out, tip it back about 45 degrees and see if water runs out of the base.
If it does, drain the base (under where the tub) completely and the anti flood should reset.
If there is an aquastop device on your fill hose, after draining the base, turn off the water supply, disconnect the aquastop device and allow it to de-pressurize. Connect it back up and try again.
If it happens again, you'll need to check for a leak.
The normal cause is over foaming, using multifunction tablets and rinse aid, or just spilling rinse aid.
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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