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"F2 - A water leak, which if detected will stop water from entering the dishwasher via the inlet valve. You will probably experience the dishwasher not filling properly during a cycle. Possibly caused by a faulty water level indicator, you can also try cleaning the filters and drain if you notice a lot of standing water remaining in the dishwasher basin."
"Look in the bottom of the unit. Something has it stuck, like food."
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This is caused by water not heating properly. I have put together some instructions on what to check and how to reset the control so you can use the dishwasher again. Follow the link below and let me know if it works out for you.
Water level can depend on the model and manufacturer. The water will fill to the level of the float switch. This is a plastic looking thing near the front of the dishwasher along the tub bottom that looks like and upside down cup. The water level reaches a point to where the float lifts and activates a cut-off switch which will stop the water from filling, followed by the wash cycle beginning. Now, depending on where the heating element is located, the water level is usually just touching the element and not necessarilty covering it. Does this help you? If you still have questions, let me know.
I found this post on another website. Hope it helps:
"Six torx screws securing the fine mesh filter just below the lower
spray arm. Make sure they're all tight. Bit size is T 20 also, check
for damage to the mesh screen. What happens when those screws are loose
is water pressure seeps under and creates a tidal wave sort of effect
by spraying water forward instead of thru spray arm...long shot, but
I've seen it 50 times."
Hi Check the bottom of the machine and where water goes,there might be some scrap food,or other item that is not allowing the water to go in the time when the valve is open.This leaves some water and increases in other cycles,causing flooding on the floor.Also check for bend in the pipes at the back. Hope this helps jay