Artusi dishwashers are essential for efficient dish cleaning, but users have faced service-related challenges. Delays in addressing issues such as drainage problems and wash cycle malfunctions have been reported. Timely resolution is vital to maintain a smoothly functioning kitchen. Users have emphasized the importance of service technicians possessing the expertise to diagnose and repair dishwasher problems accurately.
E01: Water Intake Error
The dishwasher is unable to take in water, possibly due to a blocked or kinked inlet hose, a closed water tap, or a faulty inlet valve.
E02: Drain Error
The dishwasher cannot drain the water. This might be due to a blockage in the drain hose, a clogged filter, or a faulty drain pump.
E03: Heating Element Fault
The dishwasher’s heating element is malfunctioning, leading to water not being heated to the desired temperature.
E04: Door Latch Error
The dishwasher door isn’t properly latched, preventing the cycle from starting.
E05: Overfill Error
The dishwasher has detected an overfill situation, possibly due to a faulty water inlet valve or a malfunctioning float switch.
E06: Turbidity Sensor Error
The sensor that measures the cleanliness of the water is malfunctioning.
E07: Water Temperature Error
The water temperature inside the dishwasher is outside the expected range.
E08: Circulation Pump Error
There’s an issue with the circulation pump, possibly due to blockages or a motor malfunction.
E09: Soap Dispenser Error
The soap or detergent dispenser cannot open or is malfunctioning.
E10: Rinse Aid Error
There’s an issue with the rinse aid dispenser, or it is empty.
E11: Flow Meter Error
The flow meter, which measures the amount of water entering the dishwasher, is malfunctioning or providing irregular readings.
E12: Softener System Error
The water softener system in the dishwasher is not functioning properly, potentially leading to spots or film on dishes.
E13: Internal Leak Detected
The dishwasher has detected a potential leak inside the unit. This may be due to loose or damaged seals, hoses, or other components.
E14: Sump Error
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s sump, which could impact the draining and circulation of water.
E15: Water Hardness Sensor Error
The sensor responsible for detecting the hardness of the water is malfunctioning, which might impact the effectiveness of the wash cycle.
E16: Spray Arm Error
The spray arms are not rotating or are blocked, preventing proper water distribution during the wash cycle.
E17: Load Sensor Error
The dishwasher’s load sensor, which determines the size of the load, is malfunctioning or providing inaccurate readings.
E18: Drying Fan Error
The drying fan, responsible for speeding up the drying process, is not working properly or has malfunctioned.
E19: Communication Error
The dishwasher’s control board is having trouble communicating with one or more of its components or sensors.
E20: Control Panel Error
The control panel or touchpad is unresponsive or malfunctioning, preventing the user from selecting or starting a cycle.
E21: Upper Rack Positioning Error
The dishwasher has detected an issue with the positioning or alignment of the upper rack, potentially affecting the wash cycle.
E22: Filter Error
The filter system is clogged or not seated properly, which might impact the cleanliness of the wash and lead to drainage issues.
E23: Motor Relay Error
The relay that controls the main motor is not functioning correctly, potentially preventing the motor from starting.
E24: Steam Vent Error
The vent used to release steam during the drying phase is blocked or malfunctioning.
E25: Salt Reservoir Error
The salt reservoir, used in water softening, is empty or not functioning correctly.
E26: Anti-Flood System Activated
The dishwasher’s anti-flood system has been triggered, suggesting a potential leak or overflow inside the unit.
E27: Detergent Type Detection Error
The system responsible for detecting the type of detergent used is malfunctioning, potentially affecting wash quality.
E28: Thermistor Fault
The dishwasher’s temperature sensor (thermistor) is providing readings outside of the expected range or has malfunctioned.
E29: Power Supply Irregularity
An inconsistency or irregularity in the power supply has been detected, potentially due to electrical surges or interruptions.
E30: Child Lock Error
The child lock function is not engaging or disengaging properly, potentially due to a control panel fault.
E31: Delayed Start Error
The delayed start function is not setting or initiating correctly.
E32: Rinse Pressure Low
The pressure of the water during the rinse cycle is lower than expected, potentially affecting the final rinse results.
E33: Water Quality Sensor Error
The sensor responsible for assessing the quality or clarity of the water is malfunctioning.
E34: Wash Cycle Timeout
A wash cycle has taken longer than expected, potentially due to a system lag or component malfunction.
E35: Door Balance Issue
The dishwasher door is not balancing correctly, making it hard to open or causing it to drop rapidly.
E36: Upper Dispenser Fault
The upper rack’s detergent or rinse aid dispenser is not functioning correctly.
E37: Bottom Dispenser Fault
The lower rack’s detergent or rinse aid dispenser is malfunctioning or blocked.
E38: Rinse Aid Sensor Error
The sensor that detects the level of rinse aid in its compartment is not working properly.
E39: Electronic Control Board Fault
An issue has been detected with the electronic control board, which may affect the dishwasher’s overall operation.
E40: Heating Circuit Error
There’s a fault in the heating circuit, which may prevent the water from reaching the desired temperature during wash cycles.
E41: Door Seal Fault
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s door seal, which might result in leaks during the wash cycle.
E42: Water Softener Regeneration Error
The water softening system is not regenerating as expected, which may lead to hard water affecting wash performance.
E43: User Interface Communication Error
The main control board is having trouble communicating with the user interface or touchpad panel.
E44: Salt Detection Error
The dishwasher cannot detect or has misread the salt level, potentially affecting the water softening process.
E45: Inadequate Water Fill
Insufficient water is entering the dishwasher for the cycle. This may be due to a blocked or restricted water inlet.
E46: Oversudsing Detected
Excessive suds have been detected, which can result from using too much detergent or the wrong type of detergent.
E47: Inverter Control Error
The control responsible for adjusting motor speed and power is malfunctioning.
E48: Noise Level Abnormality
The dishwasher is operating at a noise level outside the standard range, suggesting a possible mechanical issue.
E49: Internal Lighting Fault
The internal lighting system of the dishwasher, if present, is not functioning properly.
E50: Spray Arm Position Error
The dishwasher has detected an abnormal position or movement of the spray arms, potentially due to blockages or mechanical issues.
E51: Software Update Failure
An attempt to update the dishwasher’s software has failed or been interrupted.
E52: Sensor Calibration Error
The sensors within the dishwasher require recalibration or are providing readings outside of expected parameters.
E53: Motor Overheat Error
The main wash motor has overheated, possibly due to prolonged operation or blockages.
E54: Unbalanced Load Detected
The load inside the dishwasher is unbalanced, which might impact the efficiency of the wash cycle.
E55: Cycle Progression Error
The dishwasher is having issues progressing through its programmed wash stages.