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I have a c1 error
I don't understand why replies talk about the C2 and C3 errors... The problem is C1!
I have the C1 error.
I start a programme, it does the draining cycle to check empty then starts filling. MI can hear water entering but it sounds slow at a low flow rate. If I leave it going, eventually the programme stops and the error is displayed: C1
Opening and closing the door allows the programme to continue.
I get the error after the various stages of the programme, when it is filling for the next wash or rinse. So it's 4 or 5 times I think during the programme.
Now, if I help the filling... When the appliance is filling, I open the door, and poor in a kettle or two of water, then the error does not happen (the fill is within the time expected by the appliance?)
So I am thinking one of two things is wrong:
1) I have a flow rate problem BEFORE the water connection to the appliance. E.g. It is blocked somehow.
2) There is something which opens/closes the "tap" within the machine which is causing the flow rate to be low and it does not fill quickly due to that.
No idea which of these two, but I did disconnect the hose of the supply and check that water flows quickly from it into a bucket, so I am thinking there is something inside the machine which "opens the tap" and it's not doing a good job of it.
Anyone got a clue?
AEG 24 in....
on Apr 07, 2013
AEH Favorit 50730 dishwasher seems to work fine
If this dishwasher is a residential dishwasher the water that is supplied to the unit is from the hot water side of the sink supply. The dishwasher does not heat the water it uses water from the water heater that is connected to the house. It sounds as if the dishwasher is hooked up to the cold water supply instead of the hot water supply. The heating element you see in the dishwasher is for drying purposes and not for heating water. I would check the hot water supply for your dishwasher to see if that could be the problem. Also remember unless you have a recirculating pump on the hot water there will be an amount of water in the pipe from the water heater and the dishwasher that has sat and cooled down over a period of time therefore when you turn on the dishwasher you will not get hot water immediately due to the distance the dishwasher is from the water heater. You will notice when you turn on the hot water to thew sink you do not get hot water right away you let it run for a minute before it gets hot since the dishwasher is connected to the same valve as your hot water to the sink it acts the same way.
Good luck on your repairs hope this helped.
AEG 24 in....
on Sep 05, 2009
Hi i just repaired mine. There was no fuse in it i found the timer control has a tranformer that goes from 240 volt or 115 volt in USA to 12 volts only the on off switch worked .
AEG 24 in....
on Mar 01, 2009
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