How Do I Know if There is a Fault?
Your dishwasher will self-diagnose and let you know by beeping continuously and displaying a flashing fault code.
If there is a fault in the drawer:
- The fault code will flash in the display.
If there is a fault in one of the drawers:
- The drawer indicator of the drawer with the fault will flash, and the fault code will flash in the display. If the fault is on a non-selected drawer, the display will revert to the flashing fault code for the affected drawer.
- If a fault occurs in one drawer only you are still able to use the other drawer.
- if you have paused a drawer and the drawer indicator was flashing red, and the other drawer then faults, the paused drawer indicator will continue flashing but will be dimmed.
If there is a Fault in Both Drawers
- The selected drawer indicator will flash and the fault code will flash in the display.
The drawer indicator of the other drawer will also flash.
Pressto scroll between the drawers and note down the fault codes for each drawer. There may be the same code flashing for both, or two different codes flashing, depending on the faults.
What Should I Do if There is a Fault?
You may be able to fix some of the faults yourself – see the table ‘How to attend to a fault’. With others, you will need to contact Fisher & Paykel Customer Care to organize a visit by a service technician.