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  • blaze1 Jul 22, 2008

    dishwasher brand new, first time used fault showing water over filled; I opened door and found no water and pump running, need reset code

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Check all the taps are on all the way and if no water in it it will be a faulty inlet valve there is no rese or hat if its brandew shouldnot need to be reset

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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Easy, change the inlet valve.
Provide model number to get replacement price.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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    Ginko Jul 22, 2008
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    Ginko Jul 22, 2008

    Reset code?
    The only reset you can do is unplugging the power cable and plugging it back.
    If the problem persists the appliance is faulty, usually faulty inlet valve, in this case get it replaced.
    Do not open dishwasher door while cycle is running, this can damage your appliance.
    Call vendor and get a reapir or replacement.

    Regards


  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 22, 2008

    If control panel shows a fault that does not exist then unplug power cord for ten minutes, if it does not disappear it is faulty control panel or again faulty valve. Same as above, call vendor.

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    Ginko Jul 22, 2008

    Ensure you reset the programmer putting the wheel on 'off' position before you plug power back in.

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