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My delonghi dishwasher says E4, and I have drained the excess water from inside the unit, now how do i reset it?

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The machine had been drained of all possible water but on moving the machine to try and find the float device ourselves a further load of water ran out from underneath it.but the machen on its side, After this water had dislodged itself the machine started to run correctl

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