Question about Belling 24 in. IDW603 Built-in Dishwasher
I found the solution myself. On the bottom plate, there is a float and a microswitch, when the water leaks onto the bottom plate it raises the float and activates the microswith which shuts down the machine and shows E4 on display. To get rid of the fault, you have to tilt the machine and drain the water from the bottom plate. Also make sure that there is no leak in the internal piping, if there is, the fault will come back as soon as the recess in the bottom panel fills with water.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
I had the same problem and had to call out the Service guy under the guarantee, he says the problem is caused by a small switch which is activated when the water does not drain away properly. He said my machine had not been fitted properly and was not level. I've called the kitchen company who fitted it to get it re-fitted. He said as soon as the machine was level the switch would re-set. I assume then if you could remove the machine yourself and turn it on it's side the switch would re-set, but I can't do that
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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