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I have 3blinking lights on a Samsung dishwasher DW9733LRABB/AA the normal,heavy, and smart auto

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I had the same thing happening. I removed the bottom tray, and used a flashlight to look around.... sure enough, i found a piece of the kids "baby sippy cup straw" lodged in the bottom of the machine under the plastic fingers. Some fiddling, and i got it out. Reinstalled the bottow drawer, and presto- it works again. Bottom line: Check the simplest things first. LOL!

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Dishwasher error code "Heavy" flashing light. Samsung Model DMT400. Video shows what you need to do ...

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Hello. The lights you describe are an error code that means over-level filling (overflow condition) and/or the leakage sensor underneath has detected water. You need to check underneath the unit for any moisture. There is a leakage sensor located at the center of the base, underneath the unit. If it detects water, it will notify the main board which will stop the unit until the condition is cleared.

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I have a Samsung DMT400RHS and I started getting the low water level error ('Normal'+Heavy'+Smart Auto' LED blinking). The error started intermittently a few weeks ago, but the the last day or two the problem was solid, and simply restarting the cycle no longer worked.
I looked of the code in the dishwasher user guide and it said 'low water level.' Searched the internet and located the repair manual at tradebit.com for $15. The manual was well worth the $15.
The manual suggested: 1) loose level sensor connector 2) Faulty Assy case sensor or stuck floater aka 'remove foreign matter' 3) Bad Main PBA assy.
Since we do 10+ loads a week for the last 18 months the stuck floater seemed to be the most likely cause.
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