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Model EIDW6105GSO.Start a normal cycle,fills with water,starts washing for about 2 minutes.All the blue lights start flashing. Then it drains water out. Damper dryer light behind kick panel is on.Need to know how to fix this.

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SOURCE: have a trouble: dish-washer will not drain.

bear in mind first program action is drain but at this point there should be only a small amount of liquid in machine.check spigot is free by pouring a little water down it. blow thro drain hose to check free as well - you can get a fat blockage in drain hose. if both are free you may have a blockage in exit to pump.the only other maintenaince is to use a dishwasher 2-3 times a year

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I have the same problem and the main conrol board was replaced. No Problems since.

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SOURCE: dishlex global 300.... The normal light starts flashing mid wash

i think it means the water heater in the dishwasher is not working,or the element is shot.
my 300 had a burning smell before the light started flashing.

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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SOURCE: electrolux dishwasher all lights blinking and wont

I had the same problem and followed rstecher and his solution. Removed the kick, light flashing was saying a leak was detected. Tipped the DW on it's side, have plenty of towels ready because the pan will be filled with water. Make sure power is off. Removed the pan and every single one of the clamps was loose. Tightened all the clamps at least 4 complete turns. Dried everything so the sensor wouldn't pick up any water. Put the pan back on and it worked perfectly! Thanks rstecher!

Posted on Jun 09, 2010

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Error code F12 means a shorted connection or wiring on keypad. Turn off & unplug the dishwasher for 2-3 minutes and check the error doesn't appear. If this doesn't resolve the issue then you'll need to disassemble the keypad and check the connections on the keypad, also make sure that the wiring is also fine. If the connections and wiring seems to be fine then use a multimeter to check the continuity between the connections on the keypad. Hope this helps... If it does please do not forget to accept the solution or post back for assistance.

Daniel

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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