Crosley dishwashers have generally cleaned dishes effectively. Unfortunately, I encountered a persistent issue with one unit’s drainage system, leading to water pooling at the bottom. Scheduling service was somewhat cumbersome, and the technician’s arrival was delayed. The technician addressed the issue by replacing a worn-out pump, but the prolonged downtime was an inconvenience.
E01: Water Inlet Fault
The dishwasher is having difficulty filling with water, which may be due to a blockage, faulty inlet valve, or water supply issue.
E02: Drainage Problem
Water isn’t draining from the dishwasher correctly, potentially because of a blockage in the drain hose, a clogged filter, or a malfunctioning pump.
E03: Heating Element Error
There’s a malfunction with the dishwasher’s heating element, affecting its ability to heat water and dry dishes.
E04: Door Lock Error
The dishwasher detects an issue with the door lock mechanism, preventing it from securely locking or starting a cycle.
E05: Overfill Protection Triggered
The overfill protection mechanism has been activated, indicating a potential leak or fault with the water level sensor.
E06: Flow Meter Issue
The flow meter, which measures the amount of water entering the machine, is malfunctioning or providing inaccurate readings.
E07: Spray Arm Fault
There’s an issue with one or more of the dishwasher’s spray arms, affecting its ability to distribute water evenly during a cycle.
E08: Software or Control Board Error
An internal software glitch or problem with the dishwasher’s control board has been detected.
E09: Temperature Sensor Fault
The temperature sensor is malfunctioning, leading to incorrect temperature readings or inconsistencies in water heating.
E10: Detergent Dispenser Problem
The detergent dispenser isn’t functioning correctly, potentially not releasing detergent or rinse aid as needed.
E11: Turbidity Sensor Error
The turbidity sensor, which measures water clarity to adjust wash cycle parameters, is malfunctioning or producing inconsistent readings.
E12: Water Softener Issue
If the dishwasher model comes equipped with a built-in water softener, this code indicates a malfunction or problem with the softener system.
E13: Delayed Start Fault
The delayed start feature isn’t working correctly, potentially due to software issues or faulty timers.
E14: Rinse Aid Dispenser Fault
There’s a problem with the rinse aid dispenser, preventing it from dispensing rinse aid effectively during the cycle.
E15: Circulation Pump Error
The circulation pump, responsible for moving water throughout the dishwasher, is malfunctioning or not working at the desired efficiency.
E16: Anti-Leak System Activated
The dishwasher’s anti-leak system has been triggered, indicating potential water leakage inside the appliance.
E17: Communication Error
There’s a communication failure between different components or modules within the dishwasher.
E18: Upper Rack Positioning Fault
The dishwasher detects an issue with the positioning or alignment of the upper rack, possibly due to damaged rollers or guides.
E19: Lower Rack Positioning Fault
Similar to E18, but pertains to the positioning or alignment of the lower rack in the dishwasher.
E20: Error Storing User Settings
The dishwasher is having trouble storing or retrieving user-defined settings, potentially due to memory or control board issues.