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How to attend to a fault

Sanitize cycle hasn’t met temperature needed to sanitize dishes. The wash may have been interrupted during the cycle, or the water supply may have been turned off. See section ‘Setting wash modifiers’.

 

Display Possible cause of fault
No water – the water supply hasn’t been turned on.
Drawer cannot drain. The drainage hose may be blocked or kinked, or the connection to drainage pipe may be blocked.

 
The spray arm has loosened or come off its mounting, or water pressure is too low.

Sanitize cycle hasn’t met temperature needed to sanitize dishes. The wash may have been interrupted during the cycle, or the water supply may have been turned off. See section ‘Setting wash modifiers
Flood detected.
Motor fault.

 
Temperature fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65ºC/149ºF.

 
Heating element failed.

 
Fault with the internal lid of the dishwasher.
Component failure.
Fill valve fault.
Electronics fault—motor controller.

 
Electronics fault—wash controller.
Electronics fault—communication between drawers.
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