I have a dishwasher ADP8322, the fault bleep is sounding and the programme light for pre-rinse is lit,after it had been on a normal wash, the pump is running and there is no water in ths bottom of the dishwasher under the plastic flap. i have tested the outlet hose and there is no blockage or leaks, the inlet hose is also free from blockages. anybody have any ideas what the problem is.
I had the same problem. its apparently due to a sensor that thinks the overflow tray (in the very bottom) has water in it..... I checked, and mine didn't....... but I found that putting the machine on a pre-wash, then doing the main wash worked everytime.....
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FA is a problem with the tubidity sensor. By holding down the power button, it stops, but just repeats everytime you try a new wash cycle. So keep doing it and you can atleast use it. If you want to go one step further and find a permanent solution try feeling around in the sump (where the filter slots in) being
careful for any broken glass. Other than that it will probably be a
strip-down job to examine the internal hoses and the pump; not a DIY
job to be honest.
We have just experienced an FA audible error on our Diplomat ADP 8332 dishwasher...after pulling the dishwasher out and removing the low front panel we found the drip tray full of water. We tipped the dishwasher onto it's front and removed the drip tray and found a float pressure switch...it appears that once the drip tray is full the float switch activates and causes the FA fault (prevents the dishwasher from continuing) drain off your drip tray replace all covers and you should be good to go!!
I had the same problem on a Diplomat ADP8322 its apparently due to a sensor that thinks the overflow tray (in the very bottom) has water in it..... I checked, and mine didn't....... but I found that putting the machine on a pre-wash, then doing the main wash worked everytime.....