Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1050REC Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
I hav a kenwood kdw12st3a and the e4 code came up and it said in the manual it had overfilled but it did'nt tell you how too fix it can you help
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had the same problem as most of you. I seem to have fixed it by
1. Bail out all the water from the inside
2. Remove the filter and 2 x mesh pieces.
3. Continue to bail out the water from the filter well.
4. You will probably find pieces of food or fat/debris in the bottom of the well. Remove these.
5. Tilt back the dishwasher at 45 degrees for 30 mins or so to drain and dry the flood sensor.
6. Boil a kettle and pour it down the well. Immediately put the dish washer on a eco wash (no tablets or anything) with half load (ie half water) and this will ease the water pump.
7. Let the dishwasher run its cycle.
8. Clean the filter again and the filter well.
It sounds quite long winded but with a £250 item you need to take care of it. Make sure you rinse most plates before loading in the future.
Hope this helps!!!
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: i have a kenwood KDW12ST3A
HERE IS A LEAK AND IT IS BUILDING UP IN THE BOTTOM DRIP TRAY!. It is filling up the drip tray and tripping the micro switch. Remove the lid(2 screws at rear),givng access to screws on top of right side panel,remove right side panel, you will have to remove plastic cover on bottom front first to give access to screws on side panel. This gives access to the hoses and such, where the leak is most likely coming from. I would buy some inch and a half to 2 inch hose clips first, as the clips on the machine are not really reusable.The machine will have to be put on its left side, you may have to remove the bottom drip tray also, this holds the micro switch and the polystyrene float. You may have to run the machine to see where the leak is coming from, It is time consuming, but very "doable", remember electricity and water do not mix,unplug and make sure everything is dry, particularly yourself!.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
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