Thanks for your additional advice. I will let you know how it is ina few days.
Thank you Tyler. I will follow your advice and report back,
I turned the circuit breaker back on and - surprise- both drawers are working perfectly. I believe the cause of the flooding might have been a cookie tray put in vertically. We will be more careful in the future.
Thanks for your help.
I am back with the same problem with my Fisher Paykel DD603 drawers.
The other day, the top drawer started beeping, with the F1 problem. The drawer had a layer of suds, upon opening.
I turned off the current, opened both drawers and let everything dry off, as previously.
When I turned on the current - no beeping. However, after starting a cycle, at the rinse time, the drawer started beeping again. This time the drawer had suds in it too. This is without adding any new detergent.
So I repeated the process. And, once again, everything looked fine but a new cycle was interrupted by beeps and - a drawer of suds once again (also without adding any detergent).
What do you think?