Question about Dishwashers
try checking the spigot under the sink as quite often the hole has not been opened up enough and there is a shoulder for food to jam up against causing a blockage. Remove the drain hose and have a look in the hole of the u bend.
If ok remove the filter in the base of the unit and remove the non return valve and make sure the drain pump can turn and there is not anything blocking it.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
in this case you just have to know when you can doit or let the professional handle it. but before they come call the company and tell them that your machine has to be reset and to tell you what to press and hold to reset maybe that might work,sometimes you get a acknowledgeable person who knows a litte something something. it could save you some money on the repair.let meknow if i was of some help with a 4 thumbs up post
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
A F70 fault is the float switch in the base of the unit which is activated due to water in the base. you may have used too much detergent or the wrong detergent causing the unit to over sud or you have a genuine water leak. the continous running noise is the drain pump trying to remove any water.
you need to remove the bottom panel, turn the power off and dry up the water with a towel. then run it again and see if you can see a leak.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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