Question about Miele 23 in. Novotronic G841 Built-In Dishwasher
There is water collected in the inner tray of your unit. Pull out the Miele and take off the drain hose and unplug the unit. Then tilt the dishwasher back 60* and let it drain out all the water. There will be a couple of cups on the floor, but nothing too big that a couple of towles can't handle. Then reconnect everything and start up the unit. It WILL work! It just happened to me and my Miele incognito is now working like a champ again!!
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
I cleaned out the drain pump and non-return valve on my Miele G658/858 and that fixed the problem. The G841 may have similar parts. It's easy to do. In order: 1. Turn off washer. 2. Remove the triple filter (the basket on the bottom of washer with the little handle. Turn the handle and remove) rinse out and set-aside. 3. Remove the standing water. I used a wet vac to remove the standing water from the bottom of the machine, but you can scoop it out also. 4. Tilt the locking clamp (tilt left) to the side. (this is a metal wire covering the white plastic valve. This valve is to the right of the triple filter basket.) 5. Pull out the non-return valve and rise will under running water. You may have to wiggle the valve a little. Pull straight up and out. 6. The drain pump is beneath the non-return valve. (it has a little plastic propeller, like a paddle wheel, inside) 7. Spin the propeller several times in both directions to make sure it's clear. ( I used the shop vac with a small hose attachment to clear the drain above the propeller compartment) 8. Carefully refit the non-return valve and secure it with the locking clamp. 9. Refit and lock the filter in place.
I haven't had a problem since and my dished are much cleaner- The problem must have been coming on for a long time.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Machine: Miele G658
Problem: Dishwasher makes a few clicking sounds and then the intake/drain LED starts flashing.
Cause: Water in the tray underneath the dishwasher. There's a sensor (metal pin, 0.5cm diameter, 2cm long) underneath the filter (in the labyrinth) that got pushed out. This way the water ran down a collection tray underneath the dishwasher. An overflow sensor noticed this and generated this error.
Solution: take out the water, put the pin back in, and wash dishes ;)
Posted on Sep 08, 2013
We had same problem. Ended up having to replace the whole control board for $1000...yikes!
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
We followed each of these solutions (all very helpful, but not the issue). Turns out my wife had put one of those pot scrubbing tools that has a built in dishwashing (liquid...like Dawn) resevoir on it in the dishwasher. During the wash cycle the liquid soap came out and suds up; causing the Miele to believe it was going to overflow...and shut-down. So, besides the moral of this story you should also look for suds and be weary.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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