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would need to know make and model to give accurate advice but in general you can access the motor etc from the rear or under the machine, hope this helps

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Dishwashers | Answered 6 hours ago

Hello Paul Maksymowicz & welcome to FIXYA, Your ERROR code SEEMS to indicate you have indeed filled your SAFETY tray (designed to prevent FLOODING). FRIGIDAIRE's solution is to UNINSTALL your unit and (TIP) drain your dishwasher to eliminate your "i30" ALARM condition... Without intervention the SEWAGE situation (I suspect) will reoccur... FIX IT...!! To ELIMINATE the DISPOSER flooding condition (building codes usually require an elevated SYPHON BREAK (adequate))... to prevent back-washing of WASTE-WATER into your cleaning unit (serious health & safety issue). FOLLOW proper installation procedures... (read the manual) and avoid poisoning yourself, your family, associates, visitors, friends & loved ones... (my opinion).

Frigidaire... | Answered 7 hours ago

Might be a silly question, but did you or anyone else in house maybe accidentally turn off the water supply to dishwasher?
Ok if not, how clean is your water supply? Do you have rust particles etc in your water? Is your house a new construction? You might just have debis blocking the screen in your hose to the dishwasher.
turn off water supply to dishwasher take off hose at back of washer and check screen. If clean, and water supply is good then
(assuming you checked in the dishwasher and there is no water in the washer) you have a number of possibilities.
simplest is the electric water valve is bad and needs replaced.
hardest is a computer board/relay is bad.
both problems need electrical testers and knowledge how to use them. If you have both go ahead if not call a repair person.
Good Luck,

Dishwashers | Answered 16 hours ago

5E code. If your dishwasher has been running fine for awhile then throws a 5E code chances are it could be the pump or a blocked hose or filter but chances are its not. 1. Does the code come on after it has gone through the wash cycle and released the soap dispenser? or 2. Does the code show afer 1 or 10 minutes of running without the wash cycle completing, soap dispenser still closed?
Number 1 is easy to check just diconnect the drain hose and run the hose into a bucket to see if the hose or filter is clogged or pump is working. These machines only use about 2 gallons of water and the pressure is very low its easy to do in a bucket. If number 2 occurs, its not a clogged hose or filter or pump issue the machine is not even cycling.
If number 1 checks out ok you have water flow but shuts down and number 2 has occured, its your Case Level Sensor its the electronic solid state float, DD94-01006A its either sticking due to water impurities or its bad.
Its actually pretty easy to trouble shoot or fix. You have two choices but the machine has to come out. The sensor is located behind a metal plate on the lower left side ofthe machine. You can;t miss it it looks like a float, has a black float inside a clear plastic housing and some wires going to it. You can pull it out and clean it (The float should go up and down with no sticking at all). Or just buy a new one $35.00ish and put in. Also check the inlet hose to the float make sure its clear and clean DD67-0057A.
There is one catch to this that can cause lots of grief if ANY water at all comes out of the float while changing it. If any water gets in the bottom of the catch basin underneath, the very very sentive probes will detct it and throw a LE code and the washer will not work. that is not a big deal just need to pull the basin off and dry it out. The smallest amount of water can cause the sensors to react since its a protection system.
Samsung dishwashers are very quite and wash extremely well but there technology and engineering sucks along with their warrenty and repair manuals there are no manuals for the home owner or much for the repair guy.
That float will have problems again and again and again either its dirty or broken and will cause another 5E code situation.
Side note; food grinders in a dishasher are stupid! All dishes places in a dishwasher should be rinsed! A domestic dishwasher should not be used as a disposal. It makes your house stink and tons of bad bacteriea will grow in places you do not want it to, not to mention they are not made to work like you would think.
Best dishwasher with the least trouble, easy to fix, easy to dignose, easy to work on, good manuals, few problems, good warrenty, best built, quite running, washes great, very well engineered is BOSCH.

Samsung 24 in.... | Answered 18 hours ago

Remove all dish trays from washer, unscrew and remove lid off salt softner, tip machine on side untill all water drains from the salt softner, replace all trays and softner lid and machine should work again.

Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday

Go to and enter the model number of your dishwasher. On most dishwashers the model number can be found on the door I believe. This will show you a diagram of the parts a they often have a video on how to install the new part. Hope this helps.

Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday

907 Error bus node code 7 see Err 901 2. Power supply (EW) defective.
917 Input/output model not compatible code 7 P236 code on I/O PCB incorrectly defined.
Straight from their manual. Sounds like some multiple issues.

Meiko... | Answered Yesterday

It’s made by Whirlpool Corp. Ask them

Kenmore... | Answered Yesterday

Try this:

Switch off the appliance by pressing the O N/OFF button. Shut off
the water tap to eliminate the risk of flooding and remove the plug
from the electrical socket.
Make sure the water inlet filter has not become blocked by various impurities. (see "Care and maintenance" chapter)

Indesit... | Answered Yesterday

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