Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX X look forward to helping you! There is water under the lower drawer and the flood sensor has activated. Unplug the machine right away and dry the cabinet area below the drawers out very well and see if the leak returns. If it does, you will need to find out where the leak is. You can get to the water simply by pulling the lower drawer out and using a towel to sop up the majority of it then placing a fan to blow in there for several hours until completely dry.
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This is a single drawer washer, not sure if I can get under anything to mop up, but I will go and check the pipes and get back to you thanks.
Right I have seen water under the single drawer by peering with a torch.
There is someway of unlocking the drawer and taking it right out isnt there? Does it have locking tabs or something..
Yes right, I did all that, had fan heater in for 3 hours, and now dry as a bone!
BUT still getting the F1. have you got any more suggestions.
Does that mean I need a new board?
do I have to pay another $47 for more answers to the same problem
Am I able to get more answers to my problem dishwasher?
After reassembling the dish drawer it will not shut properly
Thank you, first time user, wasnt sure how the system worked.
The F1 has gone and I ran thru a rinse cycle then I took drawer out again and looked for any wet area on the base it was all good.
re assembled the drawer, put thru another rinse and the water flowed out over the sides.The board area is still dry, but now the door won't shut properly.
Could you give me description of plastic harness, not sure what that is
The harness wire that is clamped to the 3 pipes, the black flattened one of which must hold the wires, seem to be the same as they were orginally. impossibile to see when the drawer closes tho.
2 plastic clamps either side at the end of the tracks, what position should the clamp be when the drawer is out.
Yes it is fully extended.
What about those clamps should the mouth be facing forward or clicked up when the draw is open/out
The plastic harness is functioning correctly.
Have taken drawer off and on several times and am sure it is on correctly.
You havnt commented about the clamps/latches a/a are they up or forward when drawer is out.
No I am referring to the two clamps on the back wall that lock the drawer in.
No nothing to do with the hoses - theses white plastic latches are on the back wall and next to the tracks.
Looks like they clamp onto the apertures on the back and lower corners of drawer when it is shut..
So if the lid locks the drawer - what else could be stopping it closing by 2cm.
All solved the two spring loaded clamps I have been talking about should have been in the forward position. The drawer shuts and I have run it thru a rinse cycle and all good.
However still don't know where the water came from that caused the original F1 problem. I will know what to do next time! Thank you.