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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull the dishwasher out and push down on the top of the dishwasher were the door latch is ,its not making conntact with the microswitch.but you could also have a broken handle.these are both common faults on this model.hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
F4 is a fault code telling the controller that the water is not heating up. This can be caused by either a faulty heater plate, a bad connection between the plate and controller, or the controller itself. If you wish to fix this yourself, changing the heater plate is a fairly involved repair and should be done by someone with a high degree of mechanical ability.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
It leaked before leading to this.
1- Unplug the power.
2- Dry out the leak.
3- Before taking off the lid seal, check if Lid actuator working by going to diagnostic mode. 4- Select LD.
5-Pull the drawer half way out so you can see the lid going down or not when you turn on by pressing lock button.
6- Press the lock button again to release the Lid.
7- Most the time it is a Lid actuator problem and your seal look good, then you replace the Lid actuator only.
8- If it is a problem with the Lid actuator and your seal look bad then replace all .
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
F4 is a heating error- dishwasher has not reached temperature in allocated time. If intermittent fault, problem is usually with electronic board, which has temperature sensor attached. Sometimes the wiring to the control board burns out and can give intermittent false readings causing F4 error. Disconnect from power, remove front panel (4 screws down each side). You can now see wiring going to control board- check for burnt wires. Also check temperature sensor (small square with two purple wires) is stuck to inner door panel- if this is not stuck to inner panel, temperature sensor will not work properly. If in any doubt, call in the experts!!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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