Question about Dishwashers
1. Turn it off
2. Turn it back on
3. Hold the start button for 10 secs
4. Let go and you should hear the pump run for 1 min. The unit will reset
5. You should be good to go
Posted on Mar 21, 2013
E24 = draining failure
If the appliance has stopped full of water then you have to check the drain hose for blockages, especially where it connects to the drain. Check the pump for a blockage, bail out the water manually and remove the filters. You should find a cover held by a screw covering the pump impeller. Take out the screw, take off the cover and remove anything jamming the pump. Refit the cover and try the appliance again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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