GE dishwashers are renowned for their durability and cleaning performance. Many models come with dedicated bottle jets that provide deep cleaning for tall items, such as sports bottles or vases. The Piranha™ hard food disposer is an excellent feature, grinding down large particles and preventing clogging. With dry boost technology, they offer one of the best drying performances, even on plastics. The adjustable upper rack in most models accommodates larger items with ease, and the steam prewash option eliminates the need for soaking or pre-rinsing. The dishwasher operates quietly, making it suitable for open-plan homes. Users also appreciate the WiFi connectivity in select models, allowing them to monitor and control their dishwasher remotely.
C1: Water Temperature Error
The dishwasher is experiencing an issue with water temperature control. This could be related to the heating element or thermostat.
C2: Water Inlet Error
The dishwasher has detected a problem with the water inlet. This might be due to a clogged inlet valve or low water pressure.
C3: Motor or Pump Error
There is a fault in the dishwasher’s motor or pump, which may require inspection or repair.
C4: Water Drainage Error
The dishwasher is experiencing difficulties with water drainage. This could be caused by a clogged drain hose or a malfunctioning drain pump.
C5: Spray Arm Error
There’s an issue with the dishwasher’s spray arm or spray arm motor, which may affect the cleaning performance.
C6: Water Turbidity Sensor Error
The dishwasher’s water turbidity sensor, responsible for measuring water clarity, is not functioning correctly. Cleaning or replacement may be necessary.
C7: Water Level Sensor Error
The dishwasher has detected a fault in the water level sensor or float switch. This may affect water fill and drainage processes.
C8: Detergent Dispenser Error
There’s a problem with the dishwasher’s detergent dispenser, such as a dispenser door that won’t open or issues with dispensing detergent.
C9: Communication Error
There is a communication error between the dishwasher’s control board and other components, which may require troubleshooting.
CE or EE: Electrical Error
An electrical error has been detected, possibly related to wiring issues or problems with the control board.
PF: Power Failure
A power failure or interruption occurred during a cycle, and the dishwasher needs to be restarted.
PF, C1: Power Failure with Water Temperature Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a water temperature issue.
PF, C2: Power Failure with Water Inlet Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a water inlet issue.
PF, C3: Power Failure with Motor or Pump Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a motor or pump problem.
PF, C4: Power Failure with Water Drainage Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a water drainage issue.
PF, C5: Power Failure with Spray Arm Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a spray arm or spray arm motor problem.
PF, C6: Power Failure with Water Turbidity Sensor Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a water turbidity sensor issue.
PF, C7: Power Failure with Water Level Sensor Error
Combined error indicating a power failure with a water level sensor or float switch fault.