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Dec 18, 2012 - Uploaded by MitsubishiHVAC
1-Time Flash & E6 error troubleshooting, part 2 of 3 for Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating - Duration: 2 ...
If you are getting an error code "F0" on your Frigidaire dishwasher, it usually means that you are experiencing an issue with the water level. To clear the error code, you can reset your dishwasher. However, since you have already turned off the circuit breaker, at this point, I would recommend connecting with a professional appliance tech for a clear-cut diagnosis. Best - Z
E6 is a spill over alarm it basically means it is filling with to much water, it sounds like the water inlet valve is starting to jam open, tell me if you open the door does the water keep coming in? if it does the valve is jammed open which is a relatively cheap fix, if it stops when the door is opened it is likely a pressure switch or flow meter problem or possibly a control board.
The CL error means "Child Lock" - Honest mistake, most people do not know they actually enable it.
Look for a picture of a small child on your Facial Panel (Where all the buttons are), it should point to 2 buttons, press both these buttons and hold it in for approx. 5 - 7 seconds. Should disable Child Lock.
Kind Regards :-) Jedemeyer1
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I had this problem and fixed it tonight. When selecting a program water pumps into the machine, but with no drain i ended up with too much water and error code E6.
I traced the fault to a broken wire between the electronic module in the door and the pump. The point at which the door opens and closes on the cables had frayed the insulation and broken through the wire. As this was the live feed to the pump and a potential short from 240VAC to the chassis its dangerous!!
Repairing the wire break and re-insulating fixed the problem.