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Error 4 displayed on a danby ddw1806bsl dishwasher

What does the E4 stand for? The dishwasher will not cycle beyond the draining process.

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  • vanessa1202 Nov 09, 2008

    Same problem, can seem to see any difference in product that would cause this. It fills up, drains and then i get E4. Literally used this 4 times prior. I used it correctly each time. :( Someone Help! The Danby manual doesn't say what this is or why it occurs!

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E4 is overfilled condition.
There is a tank with an overflow sensor on the right side of the dishwasher. The tank needs to be drained of water to reset the sensor. If necessary remove the insulation on the lower front corner of the machine and drain into a cup or container by removing the black rubber plug at the bottom of the plastic tank.
Consult the manual for detailed procedure.
The error can occur from excessive foaming.

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