Question about Dishwashers
20 indicates a drainage problem. Now, if the appliance has drained it would indicate a problem with the pressure switch.
If the machine was laid on it's back or side water could enter the pressure switch.
Remove the side panels and locate the pressure switch and tubing. (right hand side if memory serves me correctly), disconnect the pressure tube and blow down it to clear any water, debris or blockage. If any water drips out of the pressure switch, get the hairdryer on it and thoroughly dry it out. Basically it's not detecting that it's empty. Please note, it could be the main pcb at fault but it's best to rule out everything else first.
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Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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