Question about Fisher and Paykel Dishwashers
In the catch basis there is a printed circuit board that contains a sensor that detects moisture. Once throughly dry however, the sensor will no longer sense moisture and the flood code will cease and desist.
BUT before replacing the hoses, (alot of work) please, please consider these points....
There are three possible scenarios for a flood code;
1. Defective lid motor(s)...Each drawer has two lid motors (one on each side of the drawer) that pull the lid tight to the drawer when the cycle is started. Lid motor issues were very common on early models
2. Something too tall was placed in the drawer preventing the lid from closing completely.
3. (only seen this once) the drain hose developed a crack causing water to leak only when draining.
Hope this helps.....
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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