Haceb dishwashers are designed to simplify dishwashing and save you time. They offer multiple wash cycles and convenient features, such as delayed start and adjustable racks, to accommodate different dishwashing needs. Haceb dishwashers ensure that your dishes come out clean and sanitized, reducing the hassle of manual dishwashing.
E01: Door Latch Fault
The dishwasher cannot detect whether the door is securely latched. Ensure the door is closed properly and that no obstructions prevent it from latching.
E02: Water Inlet Fault
The dishwasher is having trouble filling with water. Check for kinks in the hose, ensure the water tap is on, and that the inlet filter is not blocked.
E03: Drainage Fault
Water is not draining effectively from the dishwasher. Check for blockages in the drain hose and clean the filter basket.
E04: Heating Element Fault
The dishwasher is unable to reach the required temperature. The heating element or the thermostat might be defective.
E05: Overflow Fault
Too much water detected in the dishwasher. It could be due to a faulty float switch or a leak.
E06: Turbidity Sensor Fault
The dishwasher cannot detect the dirtiness of the water. The sensor might need cleaning or replacement.
E07: Detergent Dispenser Fault
The detergent dispenser failed to open during the wash cycle. Ensure it’s not jammed or blocked by large dishes.
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E08: Circulation Pump Fault
The dishwasher’s circulation pump is not operating correctly. This can prevent water from being circulated and sprayed onto the dishes effectively. A faulty motor or control board could be the cause.
E09: Water Hardness Sensor Fault
The dishwasher can’t detect the hardness level of the water, which can impact detergent usage and wash quality. The sensor may need cleaning or replacement.
E10: Door Open Mid-Cycle
The door was opened during an active wash cycle. Ensure the door is closed properly before resuming the cycle.
E11: Temperature Sensor Fault
The dishwasher cannot detect the correct water temperature. The temperature sensor or thermistor may be defective and need replacement.
E12: Software or Control Board Issue
An error has occurred with the control board’s software or electronics. A reset might help, but if the error persists, professional service may be needed.
E13: Drying Fan Fault
The drying fan is not operating correctly, leading to dishes not drying properly at the end of the cycle. The fan motor could be at fault.
E14: Water Softener Fault
The built-in water softener system (if present) is not functioning properly. This can affect wash quality in hard water areas. Check the salt levels and settings of the softener.