Technicians for dishwashers Dawlance generally excel in diagnosing issues accurately. However, there was one instance where a blockage in the drainage system was misdiagnosed as a faulty pump, leading to an unnecessary part replacement and extended downtime. Clearer diagnostic protocols could prevent such errors.
E02: Water Inlet Valve Issue
The dishwasher is experiencing problems with the water inlet valve, which may result in insufficient water supply for washing.
E03: Drain Pump Malfunction
There’s a malfunction in the dishwasher’s drain pump, leading to drainage issues and potential water accumulation in the machine.
E04: Spray Arm Blockage
One of the dishwasher’s spray arms is blocked or obstructed, affecting water distribution and dishwashing performance.
E05: Heating Element Error
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s heating element, potentially causing inadequate water heating during the wash cycle.
E06: Detergent Dispenser Problem
The detergent dispenser in the dishwasher is not functioning correctly, leading to issues with detergent dispensing during the wash cycle.
E07: Control Panel Communication Error
There’s a communication issue between the dishwasher’s control panel and other components, resulting in operational problems.
E08: Timer/Cycle Selector Error
The timer or cycle selector on the dishwasher is malfunctioning, affecting the ability to choose and complete specific wash cycles.
E09: Spray Arm Motor Fault
There’s an issue with the motor responsible for moving the dishwasher’s spray arms, affecting water distribution and cleaning performance.
E10: Water Temperature Sensor Issue
The sensor responsible for monitoring water temperature is malfunctioning, potentially affecting wash performance and cycle durations.
E11: Rinse Aid Dispenser Error
The rinse aid dispenser in the dishwasher is not working as expected, affecting dish drying and water spot prevention.
E12: Water Heater Element Fault
The dishwasher’s water heater element is experiencing a malfunction, affecting the water heating process during the wash cycle.
E13: Rinse Cycle Sensor Error
The sensor responsible for detecting the progress of the rinse cycle is malfunctioning, potentially leading to incomplete rinsing.
E14: Drain Hose Blockage
The drain hose is blocked or kinked, preventing proper water drainage and causing water to pool at the bottom of the dishwasher.
E15: Soap Dispenser Door Stuck
The soap dispenser door is stuck in a closed position, preventing the release of detergent during the wash cycle.
E16: Spray Arm Motor Overload
The motor responsible for moving the dishwasher’s spray arms is overloaded, potentially causing reduced water distribution.
E17: Hard Water Detected
The dishwasher has detected hard water conditions, which may require adjustments to the water softening settings.
E18: Excessive Foam Detected
The dishwasher has detected an excessive amount of foam, possibly due to too much detergent being used, which can impact wash performance.
E19: Door Latch Mechanism Issue
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s door latch mechanism, affecting the secure closure of the door during operation.
E20: Control Board Memory Error
The dishwasher’s control board has experienced a memory error, potentially affecting the cycle selection and operation.
E21: Interior Light Malfunction
The interior light of the dishwasher is not illuminating properly, making it challenging to load and unload dishes.
As previously mentioned, these error codes