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There is a problem with drainage. Check the drain line connected to the disposal or peatrap. Make sure it is not plugged. Otherwise you can disconnect the drain line and put a wet vac on it to try to clear the hose

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on May 21, 2016


i20 error code means:
Water is not pumped off and could be:
  • Fault with discharge pump
  • Discharge pump deenergized (faulty wiring or no activation by electronics)
  • Obstruction/blocking (filters in the appliance, discharge opening in discharge trough, discharge pump, discharge hose, siphon, cover plug at siphon connection not removed during first commissioning)
  • Discharge hose bent or connection height above 100cm
  • Ball valve in discharge trough glued / blocked (discharge pump does not aerate)
or water level inside appliance is not detected and than
could be:
  • Pressure controller faulty
  • Pressure controller hose obstructed or bent
  • Insulation fault with heating element

Dado

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on May 04, 2016


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AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 05, 2016


Electronic is protected against short circuit throught out VDR - voltage dependent resistor which is located on the electronics. Unfortunately, when this happens usually get hurt some other component part or burn printed circuit boards.

Any intervention on electronics requires qualified person otherwise there is the risk of fire or electric shock.

Dado

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AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Apr 04, 2016


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AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Jan 09, 2016


Heater, 230V./2000W.-d.32mm.
The heating element, which is encased inside a tube, is used to heat the washing water. The heating element is not activated during the drying phase. Inserted into the delivery side of the washing pump and coupled with the duct which directs water to the upper spray arm.
Built-in safety devices: Two thermostats
First thermostat: auto-reset bi-metal thermostat calibrated to 98°C and connected in series to one branch of the heating element.
Second thermostat: manual-reset fuse calibrated to 206°C and connected in series to the second branch of the heating element. If this fuse intervenes, the heating element is disconnected definitively.

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AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Nov 20, 2015


I think it is best to connect power cable directly to the interference filter where is normally connected.
The interference filter is connected in the terminal board parallel to the mains feed. See below pictures:

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Dado

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


It is not clear to me whether triggered fuse or differential circuit breaker?
If triggered fuse than is short circuit or overload. If triggered only differential circuit breaker than could be current leakage.
In case of short circuit I suggest you to disconnect all load, one by one (pump, motor, heating element.....etc.), until you find a load that make a short circuit.
In case of current leakage, my experience says check heating element measuring resistence between housing (earted) and each pin (two) of heating element. Should be more than 2 MOhm.
I hope I've helped.

Dado

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


call your local repairman . not doubt the heating element has failed

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Oct 27, 2015


F3 - The anti-flood protection system has activated.

When in operation the fault message F3 appears in multi dispay:
  • First close the water tap.
  • Pull out the power plug.
  • In the case of hard-wiring: turn off the electricity supply, remove the fuse and disconnect.
  • Check float microswitch and float of styrofoam.
  • Find and remedy water lakeage in the bottom of dishwasher.

Dado

AEG Dishwashers | Answered on Oct 11, 2015

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