Question about Belling 24 in. IDW603 Built-in Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: idw 603 - belling dishwasher
Got this problem resolved pressed the first button and last button on the control and restarted the machine, seem to have cleared the problem... Give it a go
Posted on Jan 15, 2007
I had the same problem today - machine is two years old - cannot select a program - door does not close properly - the machine should bleep at you when the door opens or closes.
Problem is the catch - its has a powerful spring on the catch which in time distorts the two plastic bearings each side of the catch which then stops the door open switch working.
The fix is simple - new catch mechanism available from :-
Stock Number: ES551313
Price £11.49 Regards - - - - - - Alan.....
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: belling dishwasher IDW604
there is a small plastic catch in the door side of lock which loks arround the bar on the washer side of the lock somtimes it stays in you can click it out with a knife or simillar sould work fine after that
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
According to people who have had this problem before (error code E5 means blockage in the drain circuit) have solved it by
1:Remove the metal front panel from the dishwasher. this may be hidden by you kitchen kickboard its held on with 5 posi screws.
2: find a round black plasitc lump, similair to a yoyo!.
3:remove the rubber pipe that goes into it and blow down the pipe(you will hear air blowing into the dishwasher) then blow into the plasitc lump(you should hear it rattle)
4:put it all back together.
The black plastic lump is the pressure sensor, water gets stuck in it so the dishwasher thinks theres water inside so tries to pump it out but the pressure sensor still says there is water in so you get the error. Blowing through clears the water.
It is also a good idea to use dishwasher cleaner kit now and then- this is available from the super market in the dishwasher detergent section and is used with an empty dishwasher. Will get rid of all the muck that collects in the hoses and the drain.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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