Dishwasher Daewoo technicians have generally been skilled in diagnosing problems accurately. However, there was one instance where the technician misidentified a blockage in the drainage system as a faulty pump. This led to an unnecessary part replacement and extended downtime. Clearer diagnostic protocols could prevent such errors.
E01: Door Not Properly Closed
The dishwasher door is not closed correctly or the latch is malfunctioning, preventing the cycle from starting.
E02: Water Inlet Error
Water is not entering the dishwasher efficiently, possibly due to a blocked or kinked inlet hose or a faulty inlet valve.
E03: Drainage Error
The dishwasher is unable to drain water properly, which may be caused by a blockage in the drain hose or a malfunctioning pump.
E04: Temperature Sensor Fault
The sensor responsible for monitoring water temperature is not functioning correctly, leading to potential washing issues.
E05: Overflow Error
Excess water is detected in the dishwasher’s base, indicating potential leakage or overflow issues.
E06: Heating Element Malfunction
The dishwasher’s heating element is not functioning as it should, leading to water not reaching the desired temperature.
E07: Turbidity Sensor Error
The sensor that measures the water’s cleanliness is malfunctioning, which may impact the washing efficiency.
E08: Spray Arm Issue
The dishwasher’s spray arms are not rotating or spraying water properly, possibly due to blockages or mechanical faults.
E09: Softener System Fault
The system responsible for softening water is not functioning as expected, potentially leading to spotting on dishes.
E10: Communication Error
The control board is having difficulties communicating with other components, affecting the dishwasher’s operation.
E11: Detergent Dispenser Issue
The detergent dispenser is not releasing detergent properly during the cycle, which can affect cleaning results.
E12: Door Seal Leakage
Water is detected around the door seal, suggesting it might be worn out or not sealing properly, leading to potential leaks.
E13: Water Hardness Sensor Fault
The sensor that measures the hardness level of the water is not functioning properly, affecting the dishwasher’s ability to adjust for optimal cleaning.
E14: Motor Overload
The dishwasher’s motor is experiencing a higher than normal current draw, possibly due to obstructions or an internal fault.
E15: Load Detection Error
The dishwasher cannot detect the load size correctly, which can influence the wash cycle’s water and energy usage.
E16: Child Lock Error
The child safety lock is malfunctioning, preventing the door from being opened or closed properly.
E17: Salt Refill Indicator
The machine indicates that it’s time to refill the salt reservoir for optimal water softening.
E18: Rinse Aid Refill Indicator
The dishwasher suggests a refill of the rinse aid compartment for best drying results.
E19: Internal Fan Fault
The fan responsible for drying the dishes at the end of the cycle is not operating as it should.
E20: Anti-Flood Device Activated
The dishwasher has detected a potential flooding situation and has activated the anti-flood device to prevent water damage.