Dishwasher Error Codes

Dishwasher Repairs Perth: Error Codes

If you experience getting a dishwasher error code, it does mean that something needs to be fixed or that some maintenance is required. Some of the codes range from fixes that are simple, such as adjusting the water pump and cleaning your filter, to more complex issues that require the assistance of an expert technician.

Bosch

E06Door switch fault
E07Dryer fan fault
E08Heat Pump detects water level too low in tub
E09Heating circuit fault
E10Heat pump scaled up
E11NTC fault
E12Not used
E13Hot water inlet temperature too high
E14Reed switch flow sensor fault
E15Water in base
E16Inlet valve fault
E17Water level to high check flow sensor
E18Water level too low check valve
E19Not used
E20Winding resistance of circulating pump fault
E21Circulating pump blockage
E22Not used
E23Winding resitance of drain pump fault
E24Drain filters blocked
E25Drain pump blocked, pump cover missing
E26Water switch fault
E27Not used
E28Turbidity sensor fault
E01/E02/E03/E04/E05All refer the Power Module fault

Miele

F00No fault registered
F01Water/heating NTC or leads short-circuited
F02Water/heating NTC or leads open-circuited
F11Drainage fault
F12Water intake fault at start of step
F13Water intake fault at end of step
F14Water intake fault: Heater pressure switch
F15Water intake fault: Hot water
F18Flow meter stationary state monitor
F19Flow meter stiff and not turning freely
F24Heater relay contact
F25Target temperature fault
F26Boiling protection
F32Door lock does not close
F33Door lock does not open
F36Door lock switch defective
F40Electronic fault
F42Line frequency registration fault
F47Faulty electronic interface (between BAE & SLT)
F51Heater pressure switch
F52Heater pressure switch has reset during heating
F63Slide shutter fault
F67Circulation pump speed too low
F68Circulation pump operating after switch-off
F69Circulation pump blocked
F70Float switch fault
F78Circulation pump fault
F79Circulation pump communication fault
F84Slide shutter positioning fault
F85Slide shutter signal change fault
F86Lid contact – salt
F88Turbidity sensor fault
F91Load size registration inactive

Fisher and Paykel

A1No water-the water supply hasn’t been turned on.
A3Drawer cannot drain. The drainage hose may be blocked or kinded, or the connection to drainage pipe may be blocked.
A6The spray arm has loosened or come off its mounting, or water pressure is too low.
A7Auto recovery program: Dishwasher has detected excess foam in the drawer.
A09Sanitize cycle hasn’t met temperature needed to sanitize dishes.
A10No water. Check household water pressure. Check the water inlet hose and straighten if needed.
A20Drain fault. Check the drain hose and straighten if needed.
A60Water temperature error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.
AD0Doorlock signal error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.
F2XMotor fault.
F3XTemperature fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65C (149F).
F4XHeating element failed.
F5XFault with the internal lid of the dishwasher.
F6XComponent failure.
F7XFill valve fault.
F8XElectronics fault-motor controller.
F9XElectronics fault-wash controller.
FCXElectronics fault-communication between drawers.
F1Flood switch has been activated. Turn the water and power supply to the DishDrawer off and call your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.
F2Motor problem.
F3Temperature sensor failed. Ensure water coming in through the inlet hose is less than 65 C. You may need to install a tempering valve on your water supply.
F4Faulty temperature sensor or element.
F5Lid fault. Turn power supply to DishDrawer® off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.
F6Lid fault. Turn power supply to DishDrawer® off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.
F7Lid fault.
F8Electrical problem.
F9Electronics malfunction.
F30Flood switch activated. Turn the dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists, turn water off and disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply. Call Customer Care.
F40Water flow error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.
F50Electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If the fault persists call Customer Care.
F90Data/electronics error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.
FA0Electronics/power supply error. Switch dishwasher OFF and ON again. If fault persists call Customer Care.
FCOMotor fault. Switch dishwasher OFF at the power supply. Wait a few moments and switch ON again. If the fault persists, turn water off and disconnect from the power supply. Call Customer Care.
U1Fill fault. 1.Turn the DishDrawer water supply on. 2. Ensure the spray arm is placed on the impeller and can rotate about the centre. If the DishDrawer® is full of water, it will need to be emptied manually.
U4Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer. Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer.

Smeg

Er 01The anti-flooding system (where present) has been tripped.
Er 02The water level limitation system has tripped.
Er 03The appliance cannot heat the water.
Er 04The temperature sensor is disconnected.
Er 05The appliance cannot take in the water.
Er 06The appliance cannot drain the water from the tank.
Er 07The dishwasher cannot measure the precise water quantity that has been loaded.
Er 08Problem on the water distribution system to the baskets.
Er 09Water intake system malfunction.
E1Acquastop failure. The anti-flooding system has been activated (for the relevant models only). The system is tripped in case of water leaks. Contact the after-sales service.
E2Safety level. The system which limits the water level inside the dishwasher has been tripped. Interrupt the program and switch off the dishwasher. Switch the dishwasher back on, program it again and start the washing cycle. If the problem persists, contact the after-sales service.
E3Water heating malfunction. The water is not heated or the heating parameters are not correct. Repeat the washing program; if the problem persists, contact the after-sales service.
E4Water temperature monitoring malfunction. Interrupt the program and switch off the dishwasher. Switch the dishwasher back on, program it again and start the washing cycle.
E5Water intake malfunction. The appliance does not take in water or does not do so correctly. Check that the water connections are correct, the water intake tap is turned on and the filter is not fouled.
E6Water pump-out malfunction. The appliance does not pump out the water or does not do so correctly. Check that the drain hose is not kinked or crushed and that the siphon and filter are not fouled.
E7Turbine flow-regulator malfunction. The appliance is not able to “measure” the amount of water loaded accurately. Interrupt the program and switch off the dishwasher. Switch the dishwasher back on, program it again and start the washing cycle.
E8Alternate washing system malfunction. Interrupt the program and switch off the dishwasher. Switch the dishwasher back on, program it again and start the washing cycle.
E9Water intake system malfunction.
F1Start of test. Close the door and the machine will fill, if the motor is faulty this will halt prematurely.
C1Fill Check. As the machine fills open the door then close it again. The machine will continue after about five seconds.
C2Dispenser Check. After the fill is completed the soap dispenser will energise for about one minute On this stage the lower spray arm is operational.
C3Heating Phase. Heat to 50°C. Upper spray arm operational at this point.
C4Engineer Intervention. Once temperature is reached the machine will buzz and stop. To continue the test press the Start button.
C5Upper Section Fill. Upper half fills for five seconds and wash pump energised then a five second pause.
C6Engineer Intervention. Once temperature is reached the machine will buzz and stop. To continue the test press the Start button.
C7Regeneration. After a short wash the regeneration valve is energised for about 10 seconds with the wash motor running
C8Pressure Switch Test. Wash motor stops and machine fills to safety level.
C9Engineer Intervention. Once the safety level is reached press the Start button.
CFDrain. Machine drains and the regeneration valve is energised.

LG

2HEstimated Time. A 2H is only an indicator of the estimated time remainging for cycle. 2H means the estimated time remaing is less than 2 hours, when the time is less than 99 minutes, is starts counting down untill the washing cycle is over. This is not an error code and does not require a repair service.
AEAE Error code indicates a possible leak from the unit. This is most often caused by excessive suds overflowing into the base of the dishwasher. Let’s check if this is the case.
CECE Display message is motor error. It may indicate an issue with the motor or the wiring harness between the motor and control board. This can usually be corrected by performaning the following steps: 1. Power button to turn the dishwasher off 2. Turn the circuit breaker to the dishwasher OFF and wait 10 seconds. 3. Turn the circuit breaker yo the dishwasher back ON. 4.Press the POWER button to turn the dishwasher ON, and start a new cycle.
CRThis simply indicates the unit is in TEST MODE, which is used by installers and service and technicians to check the functionality of the unit. CR is activated by pressing and holding 3 buttons simultanesously. How to turn off CR error Code: 1. Press the POWER button to turn OFF the unit 2. Wait for 1-2 minutes, then turn the unit back ON.
bEbE error code indicates the use of improper detergent or failure to level the appliance. To resolve the issue: 1. What kind of detergent do you use? Do not use hand-washing liwuid detergents. 2. Is the dishwasher level? The dishwasher must be leveled properly from front to back and side to side to ensure proper drainage and avoid damage and malfunction. 3. Are the suds visible in the dishwasher tub? If suds are visible, pour 4-7 ounces of milk in a shallow bowl, place it on the upper rack, and run the appliance on the AUTO cycle.
nEVario Motor Error. This displays when the unit detects a possible issue with the vario motor, which controls the dishwasher’s spray arms.
PFPower Failure. This is designed to protect the diswhasher in the case of a power outage or interruptions.
CLChild Lock. This is not an error code. This code means that the CHILD LOCK or CONTROL LOCK feature has been activated. When activated, all buttons will not change except the washer’s door and the POWER button.
FWhen the unit is displaying F, the sensor is measuring the water clarity. After 5 minutes of sensing (except draining and filling), the unit’s display will then show the processing time.
CdCd means Cool-dry. This is an additional drying cycle to assist drying performance. This cycle runs for a further 60 minutes after the course has finished. It can be interrupted at any time by opening the door.
TEThermistor failure or very high inlet water temperature (over 194 F)
IEWater inlet problem. • Check for a clogged, kinked or frozen water inlet hose. • Check water supply.
OE-Drainage Problem. • Check for a clogged, kinked or frozen water drain hose. -Air gap or disposal is clogged. • Clean air gap or disposal. -Filters are clogged. • Clean Filters.
FEExcessive Water supplied.
HEHeater circuit failure.
LEMotor trouble
I24,H01,H02This is NOT an error code, this indicates the hour setting for delay wash. To cancel a delay wash setting, open the dishwasher door and simultaneously for 3 seconds, press ( depending on your washer): Press NORMAL and DELICATE. Press DUAL CONTROL and DELICATE. Press SPAY and HALF LOAD.
01,02,03, up to 24A 2-digit code indicates the DELAY START has been activated. The number represents how many hours the cycle has been delayed. This is not an error. Use the CANCEL function to dactivate Delay Start and begin the cycle immediately.
P1,P2,P3,P4Download Cycle. This is not an error code. P1: Pots and pans. P2: Casseroles. P3: Glassware. P4: Night care.
n:xx, u:xxx, d:xxThis is not an error code. It is the version information of the controller. If displayed, simply OFF the unit and then put the unit ON again.
Buzzing sound. (High Temperature Alarm)This is not an error. When you open the door right after heating wash, rinse or dry, buzzing sound would keep on ringing for safety if the inside is heated.
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