Hi, these are just about the worst things ever invented, i would love to get a service manual. i have F1 F2 F3 you name it overnight meltdowns and now one has stopped responding altogether...signed ; desperate tea towel in Fiji firstname.lastname@example.org
Same thing just happened to me. There was a slight leak from the top drawer and it wet the tray on the bottom which caused a short and the circut board and the plug to the top drawer melted. I need to replace the board and wiring harness and am looking for a manual to find out how to remove the faceplate on the top drawer. What you should do first is remove the bottom drawer and check dry the bottom tray if it is wet. There are two circles on the side of the drawer on either side. Turn these with pliers and release the plastic clips on the ends of the drawer slides. you will then be able to pull out the drawer and inspect. Good luck
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I would need more information to assist you. Drawers run and act independent of each other, the only share to things, drain hose as they connect to each other under the sink, and the power board in which also detects water in base pan. If you have a digital display, what is currently displayed? You lower drawer flashes? What is it flashing F1? F1 is a flood in base pan, F2 is a bad motor. I would need some more detailed information to assist you. Also does you model have panel like wood? This would mean you don't have a digital display.
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hi john. F1 means your machine has activated the flood switch. you either have a leak or you might have used the wrong detergent causing it to soap up and the suds escaping out thru the overflow. let the machine sit turned off for a day or so to let it dry then try the top drawer first. if that goes alright then try the bottom drawer.if you need more help please reply.also reply if you still have F1 coming up.
F1 Flood switch has been
Turn the water and power supply to the
DishDrawer® off and call your Authorized
F2 Motor problem. Call your Authorized Service Center.
F3 Temperature sensor failed. Ensure water coming in through the inlet
hose is not hotter than 65oC. You may
need to install a tempering valve on your
F4 Faulty temperature sensor
Call your Authorized Service Center.
F9 Electronics malfunction. Call your Authorized Service Center.
U1 Fill Fault 1 Turn the DishDrawer® water supply on.
2 Ensure the spray arm can rotate about
the center, and if the DishDrawer® is
full of water, it will need to be emptied
3 Call your Authorized Service Center.
I know you did this but check your breaker.
The other thing I would ask is has there been any storms dishwashers are the worst for power surges I see it all the time sucks but it normaly a 250 fix for a new control board
A lot depends on how it happened. Is this a new installation or everything was working well until now? F1 error implies the float switch in the drawers is activated as the inlet water soneloid could not turn off. This prevents the units from being flooded.
Are you using the correct pressure setting for the water supply. Check the user manual for details. IF you don't have one, download from the fisher & paykel website.
you should be able to work out how to remove the impeller and rotor once you have taken out the filter plate. It needs a slight twist and pull at the same time. It is likely there is some debris between the drain filter and the rotor cavity. You may need to insert a thin stiff wire through the drain filter sump.
Check at bottom housing both top and bottom drawers for leaks.
Pull the tube out, on the left side below the tub you can access to touch the bottom housing. Dry it out with a tower. Un plug the power cord at least 24 hor so the flood sensor can be dried out before pluggin it back.
However, if you don't fix this leak, the sam F1 problem will happen again.
There is not much clogging up in filter. If you expect something clogged up, you have to take the spraying arm off then take out the bottom stainless steel with a lot of holes out to see the impeller clean or not. Good luck.
Josh, you will need to have a Tech out to look at it... F/P will not sell you parts to repair it. The F1 indicates that the flood switch has been tripped. There are many possible causes for this but probably the upper drawer link support has broken and is getting stuck between the lid and the drawer in which case you will need a new lid and link support.