With their quiet operation and advanced cleaning technology, JennAir dishwashers stand out. The sophisticated rack systems accommodate a variety of utensils, ensuring spotless cleaning. Energy efficiency and water conservation, combined with stylish designs, make them an essential addition to modern kitchens.
F1: Water Heating Fault
The dishwasher has detected an issue with the water heating system. The water may not be reaching the desired temperature.
F2: Motor Rotation Fault
There’s a problem with the main wash motor. It might not be turning as expected or could be jammed.
F3: Temperature Sensor Fault
The temperature sensor inside the dishwasher is not functioning correctly or is out of its operational range.
F4: Water Fill Fault
The dishwasher isn’t filling with water as expected. This could be due to a faulty inlet valve, clogged filters, or other related issues.
F5: Water Drain Fault
The dishwasher is not draining correctly, which might be due to a clogged drain, faulty pump, or other related problems.
F6: Door Latch Fault
The dishwasher believes the door isn’t securely latched or there’s an issue with the door latch mechanism.
F7: Flow Meter Fault
The flow meter, which measures the amount of water entering the dishwasher, is malfunctioning or not registering properly.
F8: Water Turbidity Fault
The sensor that measures water clarity or cleanliness is not working correctly, affecting the wash cycle’s efficiency.
F9: Diverter Valve Error
The diverter valve, directing water to different sections of the dishwasher, is malfunctioning or jammed.
FA: Vent Error
There’s an issue with the venting system, which may be causing steam or moisture to be trapped inside.
FL: Rinse Aid Dispenser Error
The rinse aid dispenser isn’t functioning properly, affecting the drying and rinsing performance.
FD: Detergent Dispenser Error
The detergent dispenser is not releasing detergent properly or has a mechanical fault.
FC: Communication Error
There’s a communication failure between the main control board and the user interface or another module in the dishwasher.
FE: Door Switch Error
The dishwasher detects an issue with the door switch, possibly indicating the door isn’t securely closed or there’s a malfunction in the switch itself.
FF: Overflow Error
The dishwasher has detected a potential overflow situation, which might be due to a malfunctioning sensor or a genuine overflow issue.
FI: Leak Detected
A leak sensor in the dishwasher base has detected moisture, indicating a potential leak within the appliance.
FJ: Heating Element Issue
There might be an issue with the heating element, which can affect the water’s heating during cycles.
FK: Thermistor Error
The thermistor, responsible for measuring temperature, is malfunctioning or out of its operational range.
FO: Soil Sensor Error
The soil sensor, which determines how dirty the water is during washing, is not functioning correctly.
FP: Fan Error
The drying fan within the dishwasher is not operating as expected, potentially affecting the drying cycle.
FR: Water Hardness Sensor Error
The sensor measuring water hardness is malfunctioning, which can affect the effectiveness of the wash cycle, especially in areas with hard water.
FS: Salt Dispenser Error
There’s an issue with the salt dispenser, often found in European dishwashers to combat hard water. The salt may not be dispensing correctly.
FT: Spray Arm Error
The spray arm isn’t rotating properly or might be blocked, affecting the overall washing efficiency.