Question about Siemens 24 in. SE25A266 ExtraKlasse Free-standing Dishwasher
I couldn't tip my dishwasher forward as it is built in, but at the bottom of the machine (left hand side) there is a black plastic screwhead....with a screwdriver I twisted it back and forth a few times (remembering the original position) and the E15 error message disappeared, and machine works fine.
Posted on Mar 09, 2018
1 Turn off power
2 Remove lower front cover next to floor.
3 remove soundproof padding
4 Look in left of centre and you will see a white plastic tray with a circular float that Bob's up and down when you touch it..
5Check worth your fingers and you will notice about 6mm of water in tray.
6 Using about 6 to 8 sheet of paper kitchen towel, fold two sheets Kat a time into a flat pad, Using your fingers insert pads into tray and rock up all the water.
7 Turn on power ,and machine works.. .
The problem is caused by a small leak from the drum which is repairable however the above cure will last quite some time unless you have a serious leak.
Posted on Jul 29, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found this solution on elsewhere on fixya. it relates to a little float switch designed to detect water leaks I think. 1. turn off power and water 2. tilt back machine about 45% (have towels ready to soak up any spill off 3. when all the water has emptied, right machine and retry. if the problem keeps reoccurring, you may have a genuine water leak. I had to try a few times but this worked for me and saved me at least 4 days of hand washing over a long weekend. good luck
Posted on Oct 27, 2011
SOURCE: leaking water
Try to touch the lower door seal, it sometimes jumps out of its place when you open the dishwasher door. You may consider replacing the seal with a new one, I have to push the seal on my dishwasher to its proper place before every cycle. It is quite annoying, but free :-)
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: GE Nautilus
Our dishwasher had the same problem and it turned out that a broken glass had pierced the seal around the motor and water was leaking into the motor and out onto the floor So we had to replace the whole motor. Luckily it was covered under warranty.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
I had the same problem and replaced the door seal. You need to remove the front door to do this. Requires some 'handyman' experience.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
I would check the bottom of the dishwasher to see if there are any bones, old food built up as some of these collection systems have a small disposer built into them.
If you find any food, it's probably that.
Also, you can make sure that the drain line is the proper length and high enough as this is a common problem. Do a good search on proper drain height for dishwasher.
You may run an empty load of dishes with a cup of bleach added to eliminate the odor as well. Bleach will kill any bacteria causing the smell. More than likely the drain hose wasn't installed correctly.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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