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I have F1 flashing on my dish drawer....turn it off a couple of months ago because of the same issue and have not used it since....turned it back on and used the bottom drawer...all OK...went to use the top drawer again and the F1 returned??? please help

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Please confirm if the F1 on top drawer shows up immediately you press the Start button or part through a wash cycle? What happens when you turn off the power and back on.

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