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F1 code is water leaking. 1- Dry out the bottom housing to make the F1 disappear. 2- Replace Actuators and the lid seal to prevent this happens again. The actuators is pulling down from the left and right sides to hold the top lid against the top surface of the tube groove to seal water from coming out during the wash cycle. When actuators are bad, they can not hold the lid down or make the lid tilted to one side hence the leak is coming. When the lid is tilted for a long time the seal is distorted then it has to be replaced since it is out of tube groove shape

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DD603 Dishwasher bottom drawer flashes F2 with a spanne. What does this mean?

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