I have a 10 year old Neff built in dishewasher i am not sure of the model no but on the back of the booklet that came with it says S5443.The problem is that just recently every time you open and close the door the bottom left hand swinging arm hinge seems to be catching on something and is making a clicking noise.I cannot see how to get access to this area to see if the hinge is broke or has become detatched or if i could is this fixable?. I would be very grateful for any help you could offer.
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there should be screws inside the door at the top and sometimes even on the sides depending on the quality of the person who installed it. after removing all the screws turn off electrical breaker in power box. unplug cord if visible under sink. also unhook drain hose and the pull washer out while feeding cord and hose through wall of cabinet.
If the machine is pumping when on but door is open this indicates that water has gotten into the base (under the tank) and activated the flood safety device. You need to get the machine out, pull on to a towel and tip forward ('lift back feet off the floor approx 45 degrees and let the water flow out. This we deactivate the safety and the machine should now work ok.
could be your mains surpressor or main board on the appliance. check for continuity from the plug to the board if you have it then it is not the surpressor it will be the board. if it is the board you need to find what part has caused the board to blow
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Check the rubber seal in the bottom of the door has not perished or split,also check the bottom spray arm has not split on the ends as this will direct the spray directly onto the door,causing it to leak.
make sure you still have power going to your unit. sometimes they are plugged into a regular wall plug under the sink or you can also chrck the circuit breaker @ the panel most of the on the out side of the house
it sound like the inverter unit is faulty or the magnetron is gone.the only real way to find out which is to change each one in turn,sorry i cant be any more help.if you have any more questions get back in touch,regards les