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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishwasher Error code/
F5 according to the manual suggests you have an 'increase in temperature when element should be off" The possible cause : Faulty element, Faulty elecronics controller or faulty temp sensor.. In all cases they suggset you have your service reapir person resolve...
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Posted on Sep 22, 2008
I have had the same problem as most of you. I seem to have fixed it by
1. Bail out all the water from the inside
2. Remove the filter and 2 x mesh pieces.
3. Continue to bail out the water from the filter well.
4. You will probably find pieces of food or fat/debris in the bottom of the well. Remove these.
5. Tilt back the dishwasher at 45 degrees for 30 mins or so to drain and dry the flood sensor.
6. Boil a kettle and pour it down the well. Immediately put the dish washer on a eco wash (no tablets or anything) with half load (ie half water) and this will ease the water pump.
7. Let the dishwasher run its cycle.
8. Clean the filter again and the filter well.
It sounds quite long winded but with a £250 item you need to take care of it. Make sure you rinse most plates before loading in the future.
Hope this helps!!!
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
hi, i have same problem with my hoover dishwasher same model as your own, did you ever find out how to fix the problem. your help would be really welcomed. thanks lesley
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
We have had the same problem but have found a fix.
1. If any of the wheels have come off the top sliding basket/rack you need to make sure they are all back on for each wash ( ours are very loose! )
2. Push the top rack in FIRMLY before you wash - make sure it engages at the back.
That's it - solved it for us after months of problems.
I think that as the wheels get worn the top rack does not fully engage at the back and this is when the problem starts manifesting itself. We have some new wheels on order but they are taking ages to arrive.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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