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There is a water leak in the bottom housing and a leak sensor detects to give a F1. Pull out the tube and put your hand in the front from the left ( only on this side has enough room to access) with the small towel to dry out the water on the bottom housing. After dry out, unplug the power for at least 24 hours so the sensor can be dried out and reset. However, make sure to fix the leak from the top seal, otherwise, it keep happening.
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.
Fisher-Paykel DD603 DishDrawer shows F1 fault code. The Flood Switch has been activated. I need instructions on how to re-set the flood switch. I have two drawers that are possitioned one above the other and the are both giving the error of the activated flood switch. Any advice or instruction is greatly appreciated.