Bertazzoni dishwashers are designed for efficient dish cleaning, but service issues have occasionally emerged. Users have reported delays in obtaining prompt repairs for issues like drainage problems or wash cycle malfunctions. Timely resolution is crucial to maintain a smoothly functioning kitchen.
E01: Door Lock Error
The dishwasher cannot detect that the door is properly closed. Ensure the door latch is secure and not obstructed.
E02: Water Inlet Problem
The dishwasher is not filling with water in the expected time frame. Check water inlet hoses and filters for obstructions.
E03: Water Drain Problem
Water is not draining from the dishwasher as expected. Check the drain hose and pump for clogs or obstructions.
E04: Heating Element Issue
There’s a problem with the dishwasher’s heating element. This might impact the washing and drying processes.
E05: Water Temperature Sensor Fault
The sensor monitoring the water temperature is malfunctioning, which may affect washing efficiency.
E06: Overflow Detected
The dishwasher has detected a potential overflow. Check for leaks and ensure the dishwasher is level.
E07: Dispenser Fault
There’s an issue with the detergent or rinse aid dispenser. Ensure it’s properly closed and not jammed.
E08: Spray Arm Obstruction
The dishwasher has detected that one of the spray arms is not rotating properly. Check for any debris or dishes that might be blocking the arms.
E09: Water Hardness Sensor Error
The dishwasher’s water hardness sensor isn’t functioning correctly, which could affect the efficiency of the wash cycle. Consider recalibrating the sensor.
E10: Turbidity Sensor Fault
The turbidity sensor, which measures the cleanliness of the water, is malfunctioning. This might lead to longer or shorter cycles than necessary.
E11: Software Malfunction
The dishwasher is experiencing a software glitch. Powering off and restarting the unit might resolve this.
E12: Flow Meter Issue
The dishwasher’s flow meter, which measures the amount of water entering the unit, is not reading correctly. Ensure there are no kinks in the inlet hose and consider a technician inspection.
E13: Door Seal Leak
Water has been detected at the bottom of the unit, potentially indicating a leaky door seal. Inspect the seal for wear or damage and replace if necessary.
E14: Drying Fan Error
The fan used for drying the dishes isn’t functioning properly. Check for obstructions or consider having the fan replaced.
E15: Salt Reservoir Empty
The salt reservoir used for water softening is empty or not detected. Refill with dishwasher salt and ensure the cap is properly secured.
E16: Inadequate Water Fill
The dishwasher isn’t filling with the necessary amount of water for the selected cycle. Check the water supply and inlet valve for potential issues.
E17: Load Recognition Error
The dishwasher’s sensors are unable to properly detect the load size or type. Ensure that dishes are not overstacked and are distributed evenly.
E18: Filter Blockage
The filter system is clogged, leading to reduced cleaning efficiency. Cleaning the filter regularly is recommended.
E19: Control Panel Miscommunication
The control panel is not communicating effectively with the main control board. A reset or, in some cases, a replacement might be necessary.
E20: Rinse Aid Empty
The rinse aid compartment is empty or not dispensing correctly. Refill the rinse aid and check for potential clogs in the dispenser.
E21: Upper Rack Position Error
The upper rack is not positioned correctly or is obstructing the spray arm. Adjust the rack to its correct position.
E22: Lower Rack Position Error
The lower rack is misaligned or obstructing the spray arm. Ensure it is properly seated in its tracks.
E23: Child Lock Engaged
The child safety lock feature has been engaged, preventing certain functions. Refer to your manual to disengage this feature.
E24: Internal Lighting Fault
If your dishwasher is equipped with internal lighting, there seems to be a malfunction. The light might need replacement or there could be a connection issue.
E25: Softener System Error
The water softener system is not functioning correctly. This may result in spots or streaks on dishes. Check the salt level and regeneration settings.
E26: Internal Sensor Calibration Error
The internal sensors may need recalibration. Running a diagnostic mode or resetting the unit might help.
E27: Circulation Pump Failure
The circulation pump, responsible for moving water through the dishwasher, is malfunctioning. This can impact cleaning efficiency.
E28: Delayed Start Error
The delayed start function is not working as expected. Ensure you’ve set the delay correctly and consider resetting the dishwasher.
E29: Motor Overheating
The motor in the dishwasher is overheating. Turn off the unit and allow it to cool down. If the problem persists, a technician’s inspection is advised.
E30: Sound Insulation Deterioration
The sound insulation around the dishwasher might be deteriorating, leading to increased noise during operation.
E31: Anti-Flood Device Activated
The dishwasher’s anti-flood device has been activated due to detected leakage or overflow. Check for any visible leaks and consult a technician.
E32: Door Hinge Issue
The door hinges are either too tight or too loose, causing issues in opening or closing the dishwasher door. Adjusting or replacing the hinges might be necessary.
E33: Tablet Dispenser Error
The tablet dispenser is not releasing the detergent tablet correctly. Ensure the dispenser is not jammed and is properly stocked.
E34: Thermal Fuse Failure
The thermal fuse, which prevents the dishwasher from overheating, has malfunctioned. This can pose a safety risk, and immediate inspection is advised.
E35: Inlet Valve Leakage
There’s a suspected leak from the water inlet valve. Ensure all connections are tight and consider replacing the valve if the leak continues.
E36: Detergent Residue Detected
Residual detergent has been detected post-wash, indicating that the rinse cycle might not be effective. Check for overloading of detergent or issues with the rinse cycle.
E37: Pressure Switch Malfunction
The pressure switch, which monitors the water level, is not functioning correctly. This might lead to overfills or inadequate fills during cycles.
E38: Rack Sensor Misalignment
A sensor that determines the position of the racks is not reading correctly. Ensure racks are properly seated and sensors are free from obstructions.
E39: Sump Motor Error
The sump motor, responsible for draining the dishwasher, is experiencing issues. Check for blockages or consider replacing the motor if it’s not working.
E40: Control Board Communication Error
The main control board is having trouble communicating with other components. A reset or, in severe cases, a board replacement might be needed.
E41: Cycle Duration Sensor Fault
The sensor monitoring the duration of each cycle is malfunctioning. This could result in extended or shortened wash cycles.
E42: Door Balance Spring Issue
The springs that help balance the dishwasher door might be either too tight or loose, affecting door operation. Adjust or replace springs as needed.
E43: Water Temperature Control Error
The dishwasher is having difficulty regulating water temperature during cycles. Check the heating element and temperature sensors for issues.
E44: Rinse Aid Dispenser Sensor Error
The sensor responsible for monitoring the rinse aid dispenser is malfunctioning, which may lead to improper rinse aid distribution.
E45: Water Filtration System Issue
The dishwasher’s water filtration system is not operating effectively, potentially affecting the cleanliness of your dishes. Check and clean the filters and ensure they are properly installed.
E46: Salt Level Sensor Error
The sensor that monitors the salt level in the dishwasher’s water softening system is not functioning correctly. Check the salt level and sensor for issues.
E47: Drain Hose Blockage
The drain hose is blocked, preventing water from draining properly. Inspect the hose for clogs and ensure it’s correctly positioned.
E48: Spray Arm Motor Fault
The motor responsible for rotating the spray arms is not working properly. This may result in inadequate cleaning. Check for obstructions and consider motor replacement.
E49: Air Ventilation System Error
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s air ventilation system, which may lead to condensation or odors. Check for blockages in the ventilation path.
E50: Water Softener Regeneration Failure
The water softener is not regenerating the resin beads as required. Check the salt level and regeneration settings, and consider professional inspection if the issue persists.
E51: Overflow Float Sensor Activated
The float sensor in the dishwasher’s base has been triggered, indicating a potential overflow or leak. Inspect for visible leaks and ensure the dishwasher is level.