Question about Fisher DD603FCSS Dishwasher
Posted by John Sheppard on
F1 is a flood sensor fault code. The problem sometimes comes from loading the machine above the top of the drawer. When the inside lid comes down before the dishwasher starts, it cannot seal completely and water can spray into the outer cavity. The water accumulates in the inner bottom where there is a sensor. The sensor protects the electronic components from getting wet by warning you of the water which you cannot see. The solution is to remove the bottom drawer and wipe out, then dry the compartment with a fan or a small space heater. Once dry, the machine will function as usual.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
SOURCE: RE: Fischer paykal F1 code
I have a dd603ss the bottom drawer is leaking at the top of drawer the seal looks good. the drawer slides are rusted and corroded I think that the lid is not closing all the way and has been leaking for some time on the left side, the side that has water on it after washing. the F1 code alerted me to the situation.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: My dishwasher keeps flashing F1 error message
The f1 code is caused moisture in the electronics part most likely in the door.see if there is any way that you can see where moisture might get in and plug that spot up. In the case of the f1 code when not using the dishwasher leave the door propped open to help dry out the electronics.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
SOURCE: F1 Error code on fisher paykel softouch dishwasher
F1 means that water is in your basepan--- you can pull the bottom drawer out and soak up the water with a towel... you will have to use a hair dryer to dry underneath the control sensor in the back left corner.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: version 3 F1 Fault
Below is the service manual. It will explain about the fault on page 22
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
SOURCE: Top drawer on my dishdrawer
Usually F1 means that there is water in the base pan below the bottom drawer. This usually happens because something was stacked too high in one of the drawers when it was running and this caused the lid to not seal up when the drawer was shut. To correct the issue, pull the bottom drawer out. There are 2 square plastic push tabs on the right and left side of the drawer just behind the front panel. Pull the drawer forward and push in on these tabs. This will allow you to pull the drawer out a bit further so that you can gets towels in the base pan behind the drawer.. Soak up all the water and leave the unit unplugged for 24 hours to let it dry out. Once it's dry, the F1 error will not return. If the F1 error does re-occur, then unfortunately you will need to replace the small filter board in the back left corner of the base pan under the plastic housing because that is what senses the water.
If you don't find any water under the bottom drawer, then you have a shorted control board and it will need to be replaced. This is the board under the plastic cover in the base pan in the back of the dishwasher under the bottom drawer.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2010
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