Question about Hotpoint 24 in. FDW60 Free-standing Dishwasher
When the eco light comes on , that means that an incorrect water level had been detected.
This may be occasional event, or caused by a fault, like probably in your case.
Try first resetting and troubleshooting the machine.
Trip circuit breaker.
Pull out the appliance.
Check drain hose at the back.
Completely empty water from inside.
Check the drain well and filter carefully and clean the filter.
Put back the machine and run a short cycle.
If you still get the problem, then it is usually the pressure switch located into the drain system or the floater switch located inside the tub. Both devices must be tested.
If both pressure switch and floater switch are OK, and inlet valve is not stuck, then there is usually a faulty control board.
Most commonly the problem is caused by a defective pressure switch or water level.
Try the reset above.
If you want to get a quote, or arrange a repair, call Hotpoint at the number listed on the owners manual.
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