Question about Hobart 24 in. LXIC-5 Built-in Dishwasher
1. Low water pressure - check for clogged hose strainer; ensure
the site water pressure meets minimum flow pressures.
2. Make sure probes are clean. (See Cleaning.)
3. No water pressure - main water supply valves may not be
4. Anti-siphon valve - located in the lower left area of the chamber
just above the water line. Drain the machine and insert a toothpick
or similar object into the hole to verify ball (" OD) is free to float.5. Delime machine.
" OD) is free to float.
Posted on Oct 06, 2017
SOURCE: Integrated dishwasher DW009,
If this is an asko dishwasher , most times this problem is caused by water getting into the base pan and setting off the float switch. Turn off the power and take the toe kick off, behind there is a pan runs under the motor and sump if there is water in it clean it out. that will take care of the problem. but you will need to watch and see if you can tell where the water came from sometimes on those unit its just from too much detergent
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
This is what I found for the E4 code...hope this helps...and thanks for rating my effort...The Fang.
Machine won't fill or won't fill high enough(LX18, LX30 display shows "E0," "E2," "E3," or "E4")
1.Low water pressure — check for clogged hose strainer; check that site water pressure meets minimum flow pressures.
2.Make sure probes are clean.
3.No water pressure — main water supply valves may not be working.
4.Drain valve open - turn machine off to drain machine, then on. Repeat twice (this assists in clearing any drain valve obstructions). Wait for machine to reach READY mode and press WASH. Slowly open door several seconds later and note water level. Close door; 30 seconds later, open door slowly and check that water level is the same as it was. If not, repeat the
5. Delime machine.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Frank,does the sump probe (the one underneath the screen) look good?It should have at least one quarter inch of metal.I have seen these break and its hard to tell but the info your describing sounds like that probe is bad or the control board.I'm a hobart tech and can help you troubleshoot,let me know----Tony
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I found the solution myself. Underneath the machine, there is a plate. On the plate, there is a float and a microswitch, when the water leaks onto the bottom plate it raises the float and activates the microswith which shuts down the machine and shows E4 on display. To get rid of the fault, you have to pull out the dishwasher, then tilt it, and drain the water from the bottom plate. Also make sure that there is no leak in the internal piping, if there is, the fault will come back as soon as the recess in the bottom panel fills with water.Hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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