Haier HDP18PA Stainless Steel Free-Standing Dishwasher - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


I have a Haier HDP18PA with the same problem... I tried tilting mine backwards while running...this made a mess BUT the beeping stopped BUT the lights were still flashing. Turned it off and started it again and the lights still were flashing BUT no beeping. Decided to try tilting it forward while running ... made another mess BUT the lights stopped flashing. Turned it off again and restarted it and it is now running fine. Good luck!

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jul 27, 2020 | 2,294 views


On another site, someone posted this: "I called (website), where it was purchased from, and they gave me the number for the manufacturer. Some standard troubleshooting did the trick and my dishwasher is working perfectly again. The troubleshooting involved tilting the dishwasher backwards at a 45-degree angle and letting any excess water drain out. They said ocassionally the water intake will be blocked and this process helps move anything that may have gotten in the way"

 

I was having the beeping problem too, and decided to give it a try, tipped it for a few, and found it to work!!! Hope this maybe helps!

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Sep 19, 2015 | 1,368 views


you maybe right but before doing machine reset button, you need to clean the machine be sure there's no jam in mechanical parts. also not all machine have reset button outside, some are hide and inside the power supply module so look for it and be careful.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Nov 19, 2014 | 457 views


Check any user friendly ports, filters, screens. It appears that the washer is trying to tell you something. See your manual for troubleshooting. BLEEP BLOOP

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014 | 201 views


Sometimes I see a cars' left turn blinker light on while they are driving for miles but I don't feel It necessary to have to post it on a website. Do you have a question??
If so, please include what you did before this event to get his poor machine to send this cryptic message.
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Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Oct 14, 2013 | 47 views


That is most likely related to debris in the lower are or diverter. The pump is the same for both. Most likely food in the area or pipe to the lower arm.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jun 09, 2013 | 72 views


www.specsserver.com/CACHE/FRWDAJEQUXIO.PDF Full downloadable manuel

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Feb 11, 2012 | 159 views


Hi.

If the temp limiter shows no continuity, there will be no voltage reaching the element contacts. The high limit is connected in series with the heating element. If the hi limit is open the element will not get power. Any technician will tell you the same. Unless the temp limiter blows again you do not even need testing the other two thermostats. Temp limit may blow because of occasional overheating. If it blows more than once there is either a shorted thermostat, a defective CCU(control module), or an heating element that stays always on because of a short.

Here how it works- CCU is control module powering the element in the mid part of the cycle:

C-------------Temp limit---TS---TS-----\
C ELEMENT
U-----------------------------------------------/


Replace the defective high limiter. That will do the job. If it doesn't, test and replace the other two thermostats located at the bottom side of the appliance. A shorted thermostat will read zero Ohms or very low impedance (
Regards.

Ginko

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Oct 15, 2013 | 241 views


You can print the manual from the link below.

http://www.haieramerica.com/en/asset/product/4d7ff612a6

If tat is not your model then please give the make and model #

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on May 02, 2011 | 273 views


Hi,
Here is a tip that I wrote about that problem...


http://www.fixya.com/support/r4021363-dishwasher_trouble_no_water_entering


heatman101

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Apr 09, 2011 | 330 views


Check the small sensor along the rim of the door/door jam. It may be stuck. Free the machnism an start washing. Another common problem that cuase those symtoms is a bad door gasket.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Apr 13, 2011 | 485 views


You have either a faulty element or thermostat. Your timer is controlled by the temperature, it wont click on until it reaches the correct temperature. If you want to try and fix then SWITCH POWER OFF and pull machine out.
1) Remove all water from inside
2) Put machine on left hand side and remove bottom panel if possible. Normally 2 or 4 screws. If not then remove front kick plate and panel behind.
3) Locate thermostat, should be a small round device attached to the bottom of the tank and will have 2 wires connected to it, there may also be a high limit stat beside it if so then you will need to replace both of these. You can get them from online spares sites and inputing your make and model and selecting the stat set.
3) If this doesn't help then you will need to replace the element.

Hope this helps.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Aug 13, 2015 | 199 views


Hi

You need to clean the filter that is in the tube
that gets water in the dishwasher
in case you can not find it pls ask me to send you a diagram

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jan 23, 2011 | 430 views


Hi,

I was just signing off for the night when I saw this. You can download your user manual free from here:

http://www.haier.com/admin/en/product/upload/HDP18PA-UM.PDF

Click the link and the manual will open in a new window, you can then print it or save it to your PC for future reference by clicking "File" in the top left corner of the browser window and then clicking on "Print" or "Save As...". If you are unable to open the file, you will also need to download the latest version of Adobe Reader:

http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Regards,
BElectric

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Nov 23, 2010 | 176 views


Hi, Make sure you have power to the water solenoid valve. You should hear it click/energize when you turn the dial or push the fill button to start the fill cycle. Check this. If there is power, and it does energize, kill power, shut the water off, and take the water line loose and off at the solenoid. There is a screen there to catch water sediment, check to see if it is plugged or clean. Get back to me after you have done these things and let me know where you stand.If I solved your problem, please be kind when rating me as being helpful as I know you will. Keep me posted if you need more help. If you hear no click when you touch it to feel if it is energized and you feel nothing, you need to check across the 2 terminals with the wires on, and pulled back for 120 volts. If you have power, you will need to replace the solenoid valve. You will need to get one at a appliance parts house.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jul 13, 2010 | 130 views


how do i get to the hoses on maytag portable dishwasher

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jan 12, 2010 | 930 views


1)If cycles not complete before opens(it will splash)
2)check any block in rinse arm.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jan 08, 2010 | 113 views


Hello, W/D here.

The easiest way to get your DW back up and running is to buy a heavy duty plug that is designed as a replacement plug. You can purchase this type of plug at Lowe's/similer. Basically, you cut your old plug end off, and strip the sheathing back. Then you strip some of the insulation from each wire and the wires then screw to terminals in the plug. It will have you up and running quickly.

Best regards, --W/D--

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Aug 21, 2009 | 87 views


The heater probably isn't coming on, making it so the detergent can't dissolve completely or clean very well.

To test this, pause the unit about 10 minutes into the wash cycle (hit the stop/start button) and feel the water in the bottom. It should be hot, not lukewarm.

Also, if the heater isn't working, you won't see as much steam come out when you open the door at the end of the cycle.

Until you get it fixed, try using the pots/pans cycle (I use it for every load with this machine).

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jul 30, 2009 | 406 views


Are you blowing a fuse or throwing a breaker? Either way there is a chance that no outlet you have chosen to test with yet is on a circuit with sufficient amperage-I had this with a microwave I recently had installed. If you have the manual, check for requirements regarding amperage. You then need to be sure you are using an outlet with amperage comparable to the requirements-this is on your fuse or breaker. If your requirement is, say, 20 amps, a 15-amp or less breaker or fuse is going to fail. I had to go to a 'clean' circuit from my garage with nothing on it to find out I did not have enough amps in my circuit. My solution was a dedicated breaker. Another option is to use my second option (which I did not need), to plug it into a gas generator with sufficient wattage/amperage. This ensures nothing else is on the circuit.

Failing all that, it could be the power supply for the washer, a circuit board issue, etc. Don't mess around if you don't understand electricity, though-it's not worth frying yourself.

Finally, if it worked ok before and this has just begun to happen, I'd tend to think it's an issue with the washer itself. Hope this helps.

Haier HDP18PA... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009 | 851 views

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