Question about Dishwashers
Pull the power plug. Place a towel well under back right corner. Lift front left corner water will run out of unit give it a minute. When you power back on, the front panel lights will be on but now you will be able to turn off the unit using the power button on top of the door. Any residual water should evaporate over time. Ensure the unit is level and no hoses are pinched or kinked. Test unit if L2 error occurs again it would suggest an internal leak a tech would be needed.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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