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Idw604 error code e4

Error code e4 on idw604 model keeps tripping rcd out so cant turn it on

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    survivorbygr Nov 03, 2012

    My daughter and I tipped our dishwasher,lots of water came out. I plugged it back in and it works like a charm...thanks alot!

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Had same problem. Tilt dishwasher to the left and drain all the water (it will come out on the side). That's E4 solved. Now turn it on, E4 should not light up. If it does, turn it on and as soon as u do this, close the door. This won't activate the Trip Switch but will automatically turn the pump on. Good luck!

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