Question about Dishwashers
Error 16 on (E) versions is low water flow, recommend checking the water inlet pipes and water supply is fully turned on, that the water solenoid valve is functioning ok and that it is not blocked with debris (they have a filter on the water hose connection side), and that the inlet water pipe is not blocked, squashed or kincked.
Posted on Feb 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
error 6 relates to a blocked drain pump. if the drain pump is working ok check if the tank level sensor is operating or if the air chamber in the wash tank is blocked.
error 21 relates to the drain pump being activated. normally related to error 6.
also check water inlet solenoid valve is working correctly. ie not blocked or passing.
all parts of the machine can be activated manually by entering service mode.
when machine is off press service button or switch on main pcb.
p00 appears. press and hold main wash button. --- appears. using the long and short wash buttons you can scroll through parts of the machine. displayed as a01 a02 a03 etc.drain pump is a12 solenoid valve is a13. these are activated by pressing the button. when activating the drain pump the display will count down. this number is the water level in the wash tank. if it's counting down the level sensor is ok.
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
SOURCE: Hi my winterhalter gs302 was
The problem is likely related to overheating. The thermostat/ temperature sensor of the boiler could be faulty.
See top of page 18 of user manual.
The part could be order # 400666 on page 6 of this catalog. The actual boiler heating element is order # 416395 on page 10 of the catalog. Also check order # 416394 on page 11 which is the boiler element with safety device. Depends which one is used in your model.
Hope this helps fix the problem.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
The float switch/level sensor in the rinse boiler has not activated. This could be a faulty solenoid not letting the water in(assuming the isolating valve is turned on), or a faulty float switch/level sensor. This would result in water overflowing through the rinse arms and the overflow in the rear of the wash tank.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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