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Door springs


If the door won't stay shut the issue is with the door catch not the door springs, But if you want to know where the door springs are you need to remove the outer cabinet of the dishwasher and you will see them on the lower sides.

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Water in the base of the dishwasher cutting out the module- flashing indicating flood protection. Sound as though a seal has gone- 6 year old, can anyboby help?..


look for a blockage in a chamber on the left hand side (remove left panel for access. alternativley look for leak on the right hand side where a rising tube enters the cabinet to supply the top spray arm it has been known to break the threads and leak inside ( a new rising tube will be needed.

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I have a Zanussi Electrolux ZSF6126 and the


Check to see if the heat element in the bottom inside is all crusty or cracked, if so replace, if not, unplug unit from house current, pull bottom toe panel off, you should see where heat element comes thru cabinet and has two wires attached, remove wires, take ohm meter and check for reading, if reading is ok then you either have bad control timer circuit (main board) or blown thermal fuse. Call tech to check further if you do not have original tech sheet or electrical background. My bet is that you have a bad heat element.

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Zanussi FJD1666W heater removal.


There is no easy way to access the heater without stripping it down.
Remove top cover.
Remove 2 scews at rear bottom of cabinet.
Remove 2 plastic covers at front bottom sides of cabinet, and remove 2 screws located in holes, you will need a nut socket to remove them.
Remove inlet hoses, and undo screw at top where the hoses connect to, prize up the plastic retainer that holds the valves in place.
Remove screws at top of cabinet that hold the 2 halves together.
Then lift rear half of cabinet clear of the front.
At the bottom rear you will see the heater element located.
Undo center nut and remove element..
Fit back all parts in reverse order.
Not an easy job. Good luck.
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Thanks.

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Zanussi dishwasher DA6142s discharge hose


With most dishwashers that i have pulled apart it is at the bottom of the dishwaher. You should be able to remove the bottom plate (under dishwasher) and take the clap of and put a new one on.


If you have any questions plese dont hesitate to ask

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It is inside the cabinet of the dishwasher, pull it out if build in to see the pump.

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i have just purchased a Zanussi ZDT6255 intergral dishwasher but i have havn't any fitting instructions just the machine an 2 brackets. is there anywhere i can obtain the complete fitting instructions?

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Candy cd623 uk dishwasher water not heating up


not familiar with model. element can be inside cabinet in which case it will be obvious or may be in a cylinder heater mounted in the base. suspect stats as well or possibly the module

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