My dishwasher will go through the cycle as normal. However the dishwasher tablet doesn't disolve and I don't think the water heats up. If it is a problem with the element how do I remove the element. I cannot find any information on the model. It is integrated.
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Re: Electrolux ESL 6225
Before you operate the dishwasher get your water as hot at the sink as you can this will prevent filling the dish washer with cold water and i would use powder or liquid now if you not sure of your heating element turn your washer to dry close the door for about 2-3 minutes get a glass of cold water open the door and pour water on the element if it sizzles its working
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Hello Kevin, thank you for your post!
From my understanding your Electrolux dishwasher is not fully dissolving the detergent tablet. It may not be an issue with the water heating up it could be a possible problem with the water not receiving adequate pressure or not enough water. Does your dispenser have any build up inside of it? Have your spray arms been recently cleaned? I would recommend cleaning the dispenser and spray arms out. I can also provide you with information regarding any heater inside of your dishwasher. In order to do so I need your model number. You can locate your model number on the inside wall of your dishwasher. With this information I would be happy to assist you further. -Matt
I had a similar problem - seemingly stuck or locked with a solid light showing (in my case on the 65 degree wash). Nothing seemed to unlock it. But when I closed it and went away to think about what to do next - some 5 minutes later - it made its end-of-cycle peeps. It now works fine. All I can think of is that I must have interrupted the previous wash cycle l was using before it had ended, and had left the door ajar. all it needed was the door closing for the cycle to finish. Does that help?
I have a 4114 and the problem was not enough water entering the washer. You can check by adding extra water (kettle full) to the washer just after start. ( opening the door just suspends the cycle) If your dishes clean well then you will need to adjust the pressure level switch to allow more water in. There is an adjustment screw on the switch which needs to be turned 1/4- 1/2 a turn. This puts more tension on the spring so more water needs to enter before the switch is activated. On the 4114 the switch has 2 adjusters. It is the taller of the 2 that require adjusting. Do little turns until the water level just covers the filters.