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F 1 Error, blinking, beeping and will not stop even when turned off, so we had to turn the circuit breaker off to stop the noise.

Our Fisher & Paykel diswasher stopped and is beeping and showing F 1 Error. Both drawers are doing this.

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You have moisture underneath the bottom drawer, and the sensor is beeping...

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You have a leak.
Either from the top lid seal or bottom lid seal. A s time goes by the water level activates the sensor causing the beep. It won't do anything until you fix the leak.

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    1- Unplug power.
    2- Dry out the wet area in the top bottom housing and lower bottom housing ( not bottom top drawer, not bottom lower drawer). Then wait for at least 6 hour so the sensor can dry out then it won't show F1 when you plug in.
    However, you have to fix the leak other wise after one run or not even half run, the same problem happens. See my posts on other similar problems. Pl let me know if you need further assistance.


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