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since i see no brand or make mentioned , I could never begin to guess suggest you call a local repair service

Dishwashers | Answered 21 hours ago


Hi, I had the problem on an Omega DW420XA. There are 3 things you need to do before starting on the whole replacing parts palava: 1. Detach the exhaust pipe (usually a grey crinkly pipe) from the sink u-bend. Stick a screw driver into the ubend connector and make sure there is no gunk there blocking it up. 2. Remove the filters at the bottom o the machine and give them a good clean. Stick your fingers into the sump where the water collects and get every last little piece out. You may have to twist your finger into the space around the impeller. 3. Pull the dishwasher forward from under the bench and tilt it forwards. Some water may run out, but this is causing the sensor to think it is not discharging. Note you may have to free the power, inlet and outlet pipes from getting stuck as you pull it forwards. With any luck it will now run (mine did).

Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday


If it is a high efficiency dishwasher, similar to my Bosch, you have to make sure to add the rinsing agent, such as Jet Dry. These washers will never dry off the dishes without that rinse agent. In addition, I find that the best cycle is actually the shortest cycle. I get a much better results from the 50 minute cycle than I do from even the 2 1/2 hour cycle.

Dishwashers | Answered 2 days ago

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on Apr 17, 2019 | Dishwashers


Hi,
That is a water inlet fault. If the tap under the sink is turned on and everything else seems OK then the inlet hose/valve will need to be replaced by a technician

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


That is not found as an error code in the user manual. The manual says to call customer care if a symbol pops up that is not listed in the manual. This is a Westinghouse dishwasher serviced by Electrolux. Here is a page which may be of assistance in contracting Electrolux.

https://www.electrolux.com.au/support/service-centre-locator

Here is a troubleshooting page (but it does not identify the code):

https://www.repairclinic.com/RepairHelp/Dishwasher-Repair/9-89--/Westinghouse-Dishwasher-Troubleshooting

Here is the user manual:

https://manuals.appliancesonline.com.au/sb916sl/sb916sl.pdf

You might in the comment file add what the P stands for if you contact Electrolux. I do not find an explanation on the web.

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


Well, this was very long-winded. If it works when filled manually, then check the stopcock for the water flow and open it more if not all the way. If this does not work, try the water pump in the back/bottom of the disher

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


MIGHT BE DEAD HEATING ELEMENT

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


Automatically detects the amount of washing up and level of soiling
Normal amount of dried on residue on everyday items. Faster, but consumes more energy.

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


Check the start capacitor also. The rating of the capacitor will be written on it. Likely to be anywhere from 5uf to 15 uf. If the cap has failed, it wont start the pump properly. If you are having a voltage supply fault, its possible the board has failed.

Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 12, 2019

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