Making post-meal cleanup a breeze, Kelvinator’s dishwashers promise thorough cleaning with minimal effort. Their spacious interiors accommodate varied dish sizes, while multiple wash programs cater to different cleaning needs. Features like delay start and half-load options enhance user convenience. Water and energy efficiency are at the core of their operations, ensuring eco-friendly dishwashing sessions. With a combination of robust build and advanced cleaning technologies, these dishwashers ensure sparkling dishes after every cycle.
E01: Water Inlet Error
The dishwasher is not filling with water as expected, potentially due to a blocked or faulty inlet valve.
E02: Drainage Error
The dishwasher is having difficulty draining the water, suggesting a blockage or malfunction in the drain pump or hose.
E03: Water Temperature Error
The water inside the dishwasher is not reaching the desired temperature, indicating a potential issue with the heating element or temperature sensor.
E04: Door Lock Error
The dishwasher door is not locking properly, which could be due to a misalignment or a faulty locking mechanism.
E05: Wash Motor Error
The motor responsible for circulating water and ensuring a thorough wash is malfunctioning or not running.
E06: Overflow Error
The dishwasher has detected an overflow or excessive water level, which could be due to a malfunctioning sensor or a real overflow issue.
E07: Software or Communication Error
There’s a communication issue between the dishwasher’s main control board and other modules or sensors.
E08: Turbidity Sensor Error
The sensor monitoring the cleanliness of water (turbidity) is malfunctioning or reporting unexpected readings.
E09: Dispenser Error
The detergent or rinse aid dispenser is malfunctioning or not opening as expected.
E10: Heating Element Fault
The heating element, crucial for drying and increasing water temperature, might be malfunctioning or not achieving the required temperature.
E11: Flow Meter Error
The dishwasher is having difficulty detecting the flow of water, indicating a potential issue with the flow meter or its connection to the main control board.
E12: Door Open Error
The dishwasher believes the door is open during a cycle. This could be due to a faulty door sensor or an actual open door.
E13: Water Hardness Sensor Fault
The sensor that determines water hardness for optimizing washing efficiency is malfunctioning or not reporting readings.
E14: Spray Arm Error
The dishwasher’s spray arms, responsible for distributing water inside, are jammed, obstructed, or not spinning as they should.
E15: Water Leak Detected
The dishwasher has sensors that have detected a water leak or spillage at its base or internal components.
E16: Long Cycle Time
The dishwasher is taking longer than expected to complete a cycle, indicating potential efficiency issues or malfunctions affecting its operation.
E17: Salt Reservoir Error
There’s an issue with the salt reservoir, often used in areas with hard water. This could indicate it’s empty, blocked, or there’s a related sensor fault.
E18: Rinse Aid Empty or Fault
The rinse aid compartment is empty, or there’s a fault with its dispensing mechanism.