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Jenson K John Feb 20, 2019
Electronic PCB problem. Pcb has to change

Dishwashers | Answered 3 hours ago


  • Defective switch
  • Defective control board

Bosch... | Answered 7 hours ago


That is possible. The unit should get water from a hot source anyway.The internal heater just raises the temp of the water if it needs to.

Maytag... | Answered 10 hours ago


Thank you so much to Greg for his advice. I had pulled out the motor and put back in with no result but after reading his post, I found that the tube from the sump to the pump was blocked and once that was cleared, all good. Saved me the cost of a serviceman as the last dishes that I had washed had fish so the water was rapidly becoming rancid and I had to solve the problem quickly.

Fisher and... | Answered 20 hours ago


Check whether the pump runs when you start a new cycle as this is the default behaviour for most machines to ensure that they are empty before starting the wash. If the pump runs then it likely that the filter in the bottom of the machine requires cleaning.

Maytag... | Answered 20 hours ago


call your local repair service

Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday


The LG Support page has a Troubleshooting Guide for the AE error code and suggests it may be too much detergent being used.
Here's the link.
LG Help Library AE E1 ERROR CODE DISH WASHER LG

LG Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday


http://www.lg.com/us/support/product-help/CT10000009-20150140938312-other-error-codes

LG Dishwashers | Answered Yesterday


Probably burnt out water heater.

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday


An error 24 code on your Bosch dishwasher means that you have a clog or that your pump is bad. Check and clean out your airgap. If that doesn’t work and your machine is still under warranty, call Bosch. Bosch won’t tell you what the error code means, only that you need a service call, and they will then give you some phone numbers for Bosch authorized appliance repair places, one of which was Mr. Appliance. The appliance repair place will want to put in a new part whether you need it or not so that they can get paid by Bosch. I found this out the hard way. Hey Bosch, be smart and tell your customers what the error codes mean so that they are informed and you don’t look like you are trying to rip them off. Leave that to Mr. Appliance. You can always remind the customer that working on the actual dishwasher voids the warranty. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how to clean out the airgap, which isn’t a part of the dishwasher, but rather part of your plumbing connected to the dishwasher. I suspected this to begin with, but because you told me I needed a service call, I had to assume it was beyond basic owner maintenance. Great way for you to flush money down the toilet and look bad doing so.

Bosch... | Answered Yesterday

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