We have a Zanussi ZSF 6161 dishwasher with a problem. When the unit is switched on and a program selected, the diswasher powers up for a couple of seconds, then the digital dispplay shows an error code ".50" and the dishwasher stops. Pressing the reset buttons on the front of the unit does nothing.
Can you help?
My Q60DW dishwasher seems to complete only the PO1 rinse cycle. If I program PO2, PO3, PO4,PO5, PO6, PO7, or PO8 it runs for approximately 12 minutes -- filling with water and pumping out -- then stops and an 'E3' appears on the program. I try turning the power off and reprograming but to no avail. Can you help?
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see your instruction manual, and go to the section troubleshooting. however is very simple, unplug the power and proceed taking the first wire and make note for color wiring, and replace. If you do not i.manual download from www. retrevo.com God bless you
Look at the wiring going to the ends of the heater to see if there is an inline thermal fuse that blows when there is trouble in the heater itself. It is about the size of a regular fuse, but may be contained in some kind of covering. It needs to be connected with crimp type connectors, because soldering can ruin the new fuse. Do you have a wiring diagram for this unit? It would help to locate the source of your problem.
The light cover on the side is loose causing it to flood remove the side and tighten the light cover the tilt the dishwasher to get water out of the float tray. let the dishwasher dry out and you should be grand
Either it's not getting enough water to flip over to the next part of it's cycle (unlikely) or the water float gauge is not working properly.
When the dishwasher is cool, look for the float inside the dishwasher --usually a small plastic dome or cylinder mounted inside at the tub's base, near the front. When you move most types of floats up and down, you can hear them click because they trip a lever (they are spring loaded). Lift out the float mechanism and clean around the float tube; many floats must be disconnected from below--to do this you'll have to remove the lower access panel. Rinse off the float, then replace it in the tube and be sure it moves up and down freely.
If you're experienced with minor repair work shut off the hot water valve to the appliance. Locate the water intake valve, behind the dishwasher's bottom front panel, disassemble the valve to reveal the screen, clean debris from the screen, and reassemble. If the screen doesn't appear to be blocked, call a repairperson (they will probably need to replace the water intake valve).
If none of this helps, call a repair person. Any of several parts, including water inlet valve, pressure switch, and the timer or selector switch, may be faulty.
You can check the heating element with an ohmmeter and it should read a few hundred ohms. Don't know about the thermostat but it should be inline electrically with the heating element and should ohm as a short when cold.