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AEG Favorit 8081 displays error F0 - there is a build up of dirty water which has not drained way. I syphoned all the water away and after a while the dishwasher started to work again - but then the error F0 returned and more water left in the base. Can anyone help with a solution please

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Hello. When the water does not completely drain away, it usually means that there is a partial blockage in one of these areas:

1. The small drain pump located under the tub, accessable by removing the lower front panel.
2. The drain line going from the DW pump to the plumbing under the kitchen sink.
3. The garbage disposal, or the trap under the sink.


Check these out and you will find a chunk of bone, or glass or some other debris which is partially blocking the draining action. J.

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