I have a LG LD-2131 SH free standing dishwasher. It has been running fine for some time now but only recently has been cutting out, discharging whatever water was in the machine and displaying the E1 error code.
I have detached the input hose and checked the water pressure through the hose and found it to be functioning properly.
Can you perhaps help me overcome this problem.
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If your dishwasher is less than a year old, it's possible you still are covered by the manufacturers warranty. If you still contain your date of purchase, it's possible you can call for LG OEM service.
Is your unit displaying any sort of error code on it?
Hi there, The most common cause of an OE error code on a modern LG dishwasher is: 1. Blocked drain hose 2. Obstruction in the sump area (beneath the filter, which needs to be removed to check for onstruction) 3. Failing drain motor.
else you need to REPLACE THE PCB POWER CONTROL BOARD
The MOSt common reason for a "tE" error code is the temperature of the hot water from the hot water heater is greater thant 145 degrees (F)
Adjust your hot water heater down and measure the temp at the kictchen tap.
E1 is a drain error. On the unit prior to mar 07 LG had a problem with wires breaking in the door. Turn off power supply, remove door panel and look for wires stuck in the insulation. Check continuity of the wires, if broken, splice and tape. Place insulation between black insulation and wires to prevent reoccurence.