Question about Electrolux Dishwashers
Hi there.this is (over fill error).It has over filled & flooded water down into the base.It has tripped a flood switch in the base wich turns the drain pump on even though the washer is off.You can simply try tipping the washer to get the water out or you will need to disassemble the front kick panel at the bottom front to mop out the water.The switch will reset after you do this.Or wait a couple of days and the water will evaporate enough that the pumping will have stopped & the washer should work again.The booklet for your washer has water hight level settings in it.Sometimes someone leans against the washer and presses the buttons wich changes the water level to high & thats why this has probably happened in the first place.It may need setting to a lower level.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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