Hello, I'm trying to identify my Siemens dishwasher. I've pulled the diswasher out from the wall and I've checked the back, the top (under wood) and the sides. I figured it should be in one of those places. Do I need to pick up this thing and look underneath to identify it?
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Most likely it is the flood switch trigger causing the problem.
Many reasons for this but mainly it means there could be water leaked into the base of dishwasher where flood switch is located.
Or if you have Aquastop fitted in the water inlet hose then the hose might have kinked due to age or being pressed between cabinet wall and dishwasher. Turn power off to dishwasher at mains plug and pull it out. Check hoses. Tilt it about 20 degrees to one side on a towel and hold for about 10 secs. This should get the water out. Wait an hour or so to dry any moisture in the base and then plug back in and turn on. This should reset the E15 fault.
Remove the bottom strainers plates and make sure that the pipe is not kinked and that there is nothing obstructing the outlet pipe, and the pump or the selector valve. If possible back flush through the outlet pipe and try draining the machine again before using it again.
most diswasher when you pull off the botom front cover you will see where the wires (power) goes in unplug it from the wall if you can then check this box out there should be a cover on the little box unscrew it then check the wires might be loose if so put wire nuts on then electrical tape screw cover back on to power box this should take care of it . good luck
Rise Aid is good to use however it sounds like you have another issue. Here are a few steps you can take to get your Dishwasher working:
Check to see if your getting water to the top rack. Test this by runing a cycle and open the door and place a cup right-side up. Close the door. It should fill the cup up to the top with in 20 seconds. If it does you have to clean out your dishwasher with a cleaner like Dishwasher Magic.
If the cup doesn't fill to the top then you have a circulation problem. Either your not getting enough water Or the filter in the pump is clogged. Water should cover the bottom of the dishwasher tub and then just reach the float.
If your going to clean the filter/chopper you need to take out the racks and tube and sprays. And then take the screws out of the top. You have one screw for the filter/chopper housing take this off and clean it. Pull the blade forward and up. Do the reverse to install it should just stamp back on the bearing.
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