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My F and P Dishdrawer dishwasher comes up with an F1 error...???

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I had this problem, F1 is flood error, there is a tray at the bottom
of dish washer near the floor it has a float connected to a switch
to prevent flooding the kitchen it turns the machine off. it may be as simple to fix as pulling the machine and tilting it forward. if this fails check the float something may be lodged under it. (power off)
hope this helps. jim.

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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