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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: WHIRLPOOL DISHWASHER ADP6000IX
your not alone. i to have this error 4 and so do hundreds of others.it means low water level even like mine your water level probably isnt low.what happened to mine was the sensor got a layer of fat and oil scum buildup on it and couldnt detect the water level so i cleaned it and worked good for another month. then same problem.solution- dishwasher had an "accidental short due to water leak" wich insurance covered and bought me a new dishwasher (fisher and pikel) now no more problem
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
Hi I had the same problem with a whirlpool adp6000ix. Although it looked fine from the inside, the base was full of water. I managed to fix the problem by pulling the dishwasher out and then tilting it gently to the side. All of the hidden water in the base poured out which cleared err4. It is now working fine. Tip: Make sure you have a couple of towels spread around before you tilt it. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Actually, the thickness of the pipes should not be an issue. Simply, i think your drain pipe could be set to low.and is siphoning outand It needs to be raised about 1/4 the height of the dishwasher, so that the water stays in while filling. There is either a pressure switch or a pulsator that counts the amount of water comming in by rotation. When the correct level is reached, the inlet would automatically close and the cycle will proceed.If water is spilling on the floor however, then you have a legitimate problem which needs to be referred to the supplier.
Posted on May 17, 2010
SOURCE: my dishwasher is coming up
I just had the same thing, same model. After cleaning the filter out, the problem remained. I then read on another forum that it helps if you tilt the machine backwards for a few minutes (which involved pulling it out of the cavity in the kitchen). Did this and it now seems to be working. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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