Falcon dishwashers have streamlined kitchen cleanup. Service for dishwashers has generally been satisfactory, with prompt response and accurate diagnosis. Communication with service providers has been positive, ensuring efficient repairs.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The dishwasher can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Check the door latch and sensor alignment.
E02: Water Supply Error
The dishwasher is not filling with water as expected. Verify that the water supply is turned on and there are no kinks in the supply hose.
E03: Drain Error
The dishwasher is unable to drain water properly. Inspect the drain hose for clogs and ensure the sump is clear of debris.
E04: Overfill Error
The dishwasher has detected too much water in the unit. This may be due to a faulty water inlet valve or float switch.
E05: Heating Element Fault
The dishwasher is unable to reach the desired temperature. The heating element or thermostat may be malfunctioning.
E06: Turbidity Sensor Fault
The turbidity sensor, which measures the cleanliness of the water, is not functioning correctly. It may need cleaning or replacement.
E07: Door Lock Fault
The dishwasher door isn’t locking as expected. The lock mechanism or the associated electrical components may be faulty.
E08: Software or Electronic Module Error
There’s a potential issue with the software or electronic control module. A reset might be needed, or the module may require replacement.
E09: Water Leakage Detected
The dishwasher has detected a water leak within the unit. Inspect seals, hoses, and the door gasket for potential issues.
E10: Spray Arm Fault
The dishwasher’s spray arms are not rotating or spraying water correctly. Inspect for blockages or misalignment and ensure they are seated properly.
E11: Detergent Dispenser Fault
The detergent dispenser is not opening or dispensing correctly. Check for obstructions or detergent buildup, and ensure the mechanism is functioning.
E12: Softener System Error
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s water softening system. This could be due to salt levels, clogs, or a malfunctioning softener valve.
E13: Thermistor or Temperature Sensor Error
The dishwasher can’t detect or maintain the proper water temperature. Check the thermistor or temperature sensor for proper connections or potential damage.
E14: Flow Meter Fault
The flow meter, which measures the amount of water entering the dishwasher, is not functioning properly. Check for obstructions or consider replacing the flow meter.
E15: Water Protection System Activated
This is a safety feature that prevents water damage. The dishwasher has detected excess water in the base and has activated the protection system. Inspect for leaks or overflows.
E16: Inlet Valve Fault
There’s an issue with the water inlet valve, preventing the dishwasher from filling correctly. The valve may be obstructed or malfunctioning.
E17: Door Ajar for Too Long
The dishwasher door has been left open for an extended period during a cycle. Ensure the door is properly closed to continue the cycle.
E18: Circulation Pump Error
The circulation pump, responsible for circulating water within the dishwasher, is not functioning correctly. This could be due to a blockage or a motor issue.