Question about AEG 24 in. Favorit 40260i Built-in Dishwasher
Switch off at the mains. Take a side panel off and tip your dishwater over 45degrees towards th open side. Make sure you put towels down to soak up the water that will come out of the base. This will reset the flood detector. Reassemble. Switch back on and let the dishwasher finish its cycle and away you go. Remember this does not solve the reason for the flooding but it will get your dishwasher going again. Depending on the cause of flooding you may only need to reset like this once a year.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
You must locate the water level sensor which triggers the water pump.It must be stuck to on position. To be helped download user manual below. I did not find exactly your model no (this is 40250i ). if i find i ll sent you a new comment.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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