Fisher dishwasher error codes

Fisher&Paykel is the brand, which has come to prominence recently. It happened after the transfer of its major production facilities from New Zealand to the USA in the 2003. Dishwashers of this company cause special interest. The ratio of their price and quality pleasantly surprises those ones who prefer to receive the best one and not to overpay for the make. Dishwashers of this make are very modern from the perspective of their design and functional capabilities.
In any case of Fisher Paykel dishwasher repair we strongly recommend to address to Fisher Paykel dishwasher error codes listed below.
Fisher And Paykel DD series designer models dishwasher error sub codes
Fisher And Paykel DD series classic models dishwasher error codes
Fisher DD605/DD60/DD24 dishwasher error codes
Fisher DD605/DD60/DD24 dishwasher error sub codes
Fisher & Paykel DCS series dishwasher error codes
Fisher dishwasher basic error codes
Fisher dishdrawer error code (Non-LCD Display)

Fisher And Paykel DD series designer models dishwasher error sub codes

There are three types of dishwashers within the Fisher&Paykel DD range: classic, designer and integrated models. Although the designer line includes appliances with the innovative design features, they may be susceptible to failures and may cost a small fortune in repair costs. Yet, typically in case of a unit fail it is not that difficult to find a spare part.

Wash program panelFault CodePossible cause of fault
Heavy; Rinse.U1No water - the water supply hasn't been turned on.
Heavy; Fast.U4Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer.
Heavy; Fast; Delicate.U6The spray arm has loosened or come off its mounting, or water pressure is too low.
Rinse.E1Flood detected.
Delicate.E2Motor fault.
Delicate; Rinse.E3Temperature sensor fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65°C (149°F).
Fast.E4Heating element failed.
Fast; Rinse.E5Fault with the internal lid of the dishwasher.
Fast; Delicate.E6Fault with the drying fan.
Fast; Delicate; Rinse.E7Electronics fault—detergent dispensing system.
Normal.E8Electronics fault—other systems.
Normal; Rinse.E9Electronics fault—controller.
Normal; Fast.ECElectronics fault—communication between drawers.

Fisher And Paykel DD series classic models dishwasher error codes

Classic models from the Fisher&Paykel DD line are loved in many households for their ergonomic design. It gives a chance to minimize bending while opening, loading, and closing the dishwasher. It is a very extensive series, there are over 250 models of dishwashers build on the DD platform.

Fault CodePossible cause of fault
U1No water - the water supply hasn't been turned on.
U4Fault in the other drawer preventing the use of this drawer.
U6The spray arm has loosened or come off its mounting, or water pressure is too low.
E1Flood detected.
E2Motor fault.
E3Temperature sensor fault. You may need to have a tempering valve installed on your water supply, to ensure that incoming water is less than 65°C (149°F).
E4Heating element failed.
E5Fault with the internal lid of the dishwasher.
E6Fault with the drying fan.
E7Electronics fault—detergent dispensing system.
E8Electronics fault—other systems.
E9Electronics fault—controller.
ECElectronics fault—communication between drawers.

Fisher DD605/DD60/DD24 dishwasher error codes

There are over 100 models in the Fisher DD24 dishwasher range. Some of them were developed not that long ago and belong to the current line-up. DD605 and DD60 ranges are also diverse. They include double and single models with different types of controls (Integrated and Prefinished models with and without LCD).

Fault CodeLED DisplayFaultPossible Causes
E1Rinse LEDThe flood sensor in the base has been activated for more than 20 seconds.
Lid not closing
Overfilling
Foaming
Not draining
Lid seal damage
Dispenser or water softener seals leaking
Damaged water inlet or drain hoses
Leaking heater plate or motor seals, or
drain o-ring seals
Yoke jammed or broken
Inlet hose to inlet valve connection loose
Inlet valve body leak
Heater plate damaged (chipped enamel)
Dry E1 - PCB mains filter, harness or
connectors, electronic controller.
E2Delicate LEDThe controller has not sensed the motor rotating
Foreign object has jammed the rotor
• The rotor has failed hall sensor or wiring fault at the hall
sensor or controller.
• The hall sensor has failed Motor stator winding or connection open circuit.
• The electronic controller has failed.
PCB mains filter has failed.
E3Delicate & Rinse LED's
The water temperature has been sensed as greater than 85 °C (185 °F)
• The incoming water is greater than 85 °C (185 °F)
• The element has failed closed circuit
• The temperature sensor on the heater plate has failed.
• The electronic controller has failed
E4Fast LEDNo temperature increase has been sensed for about 4 hours while element is on.
• The element is not connected
• The element is failed open circuit
• The temperature sensor has failed
• The electronic controller has failed
E5Fast & Rinse LED's
Lid motor current too high during start
• The lid is jammed up or down
• The electronic controller has failed
E6Fast &Delicate LED's
Fan fault• Check fan harness connector
• Check if fan open or short circuit
• The electronic controller has failed
E7Fast, Delicate & Rinse LED's
Detergent diverter fault• Check harness connections
• Coil is open circuit
• Coil is short circuit
• The electronic controller has failed
E8Normal LEDSolenoid fault• Check the harness connections at each solenoid
• Coil is open circuit
• Coil is short circuit
E9Normal & Rinse LED
Microcontroller fault• Badge isolator (if present)
• Detergent diverter valve
• Check harness connections
• MFB
• Controller
ECNormal & Fast LED's
Communications error• Harness connections between the MFB and controller
• MFB
• Faulty top controller
• Faulty bottom controller
U1Heavy & Rinse LED's
Water Supply• Water turned off
• Insufficient water supply pressure
• Blocked water softener filter (if fitted)
• Spilt rinse aid casuing over foam in tub
• Incorrect detergent being used
• Motor rotor
• The machine is siphoning
• Inlet valve has failed
• Controller
U4Heavy & Fast LED's
Other tub is faulting• The other tub has a fault which is preventing operation of that tub.
• No repair is required to the tub showing a U4.
U6Heavy, Fast & Delicate LED's
Spray arm not detected• Spray arm not sitting on rotor
• Insufficent water pressure

Fisher DD605/DD60/DD24 dishwasher error sub codes

The Fisher DD24 range consists of models varying in capacity and design, including panel ready and wide dishwashers. There are classic and tall, single and double models, many of them still present in the current range. Dishdrawers from the DD605 and DD60 line-ups are not so numerous, but the range also includes both double and single models.

Fault CodeSub Code
LED Display
FaultPossible Causes
01Rinse & Eco LED
motor not rotating
Obstruction in motor rotor housing Rotor seized Hall sensor
02Delicate & Eco LED
motor drawing too much current
Short in motor winding Hall sensor
03Delicate, Rinse & Eco LED
Motor not drawing enough current
Open circuit winding harness connection Motor rotor incorrectly installed
E301Rinse & Eco LED's
Over TemperatureTemperature sensor
E401Rinse & Eco LED's
Element time outElement track faulty
02Delicate & Eco LED's
Dropper resistor open circuitDropper resistor open circuit
E501Rinse & Eco LED's
Not startingWiring to lid motor obstruction
Controller
02Delicate & Eco LED's
No currentOpen circuit lid motor
04Fast & Eco LED's
Not stallingController
Obstruction
Wiring
E602Delicate & Eco LED's
UndercurrentOpen circuit fan motor wiring
03Delicate, Rinse & Eco LED's
Over currentShort circuit fan motor
Seized fan
E702Delicate & Eco LED's
UndercurrentWiring to detergent diverter valve
Open circuit coil
03Delicate, Rinse & Eco LED's
Over currentShort circuit coil
E802Delicate & Eco LED's
UndercurrentWiring to solenoid
Open circuit coil
03Delicate Rinse & Eco LED's
Over currentShort circuit coil
Wiring to coil or controller
E904Fast & Eco LED'sADC errorBadge isolator controller
05Fast, Rinse & Eco LED's
PSU over voltageHarness connections
Corroded connection at controller
Detergent diverter coil
06Fast, Delicate & Eco LED's
software resetController
07Fast, Delicate, Rinse & ECO LED's
Forced PSU shutdownCheck all component terminals for damage caused by corrosion.
Controller & MFB

Fisher & Paykel DCS series dishwasher error codes

The DCS series consists of double and single dishdrawers with childlock and keylock features, that guarantee a higher safety level. There are five washing programs, from Heavy to Rinse, and also an optional ECO mode requiring less energy and water.

Fault CodesPossible CausesWhat to Do
F1Flood switch has been
activated.
Turn the water and power supply to the
DishDrawer® off and call your Authorized
Service Center.
F2Motor problem.Call your Authorized Service Center.
F3Temperature sensor failed.Ensure water coming in through the inlet hose is less than 65oC. You may need to install a tempering valve on your water supply.
F4Faulty temperature sensor or elementCall your Authorized Service Center.
F5Lid fault1 Turn power supply to DishDrawer off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.
2 Call your Authorized Service Center.
F6Lid fault1 Turn power supply to DishDrawer off, then turn on power supply. Fault may reset.
2 Call your Authorized Service Center.
F7Lid faultCall your Authorized Service Center.
F8Electrical problem1 Turn power supply to DishDrawer off.
2 Call your Authorized Service Center.
F9Electronics malfunction.Call your Authorized Service Center.
U1Fill Fault1 Turn the DishDrawer® water supply on.
2 Ensure the spray arm is placed on the impeller and can rotate and if the DishDrawer® is full of water, it will need to be emptied manually.
3 The water block has been tripped (if present).
4 Call your Authorized Service Center.
U2LoadingCheck loading to ensure no items extend
beyond the height of the drawer.
U4Fault in the other drawer preventing the
use of this drawer
Check other drawer, attend to fault code
on that drawer.

Fisher dishwasher basic error codes

Basic Fisher & Paykel dishwashers typically open like a drawer (that’s why the company uses the DishDrawer trademark). This can be a very convenient feature for some kitchens. Basic models are split into two tubs. Their racks and cleaning parts pull out similar to a set of drawers.

ProblemFault CodePossible CausesWhat To Do
First 2 program indicators flashingE1The door is not properly closed.Close the door firmly.
1 and 3 program
indicator lights flashing
E2Temperature sensor faultyTurn the water and power off to the dishwasher. Call your Fisher & Paykel dealer or Authorized
Service Center.
1 and 4 program
indicator lights flashing
E3Drain hose is too low. The wash water level is too low.Ensure that drain hose is
connected in accordance with the Installation instructions.
Program indicators 1, 3
and 4 flashing
E4Drain hose is crimped or bent.
The wash water is not draining out.
Drain hose is too high.
Check hose and straighten if needed.
Ensure that drain hose is
connected in accordance with the Installation instructions.
First 3 program
indicators flashing
E5Water tap not turned on.
Insufficient water supply pressure.
Water supply hose is crimped or bent.
Drain hose is too low.
Ensure the water is connected and turned on. Check household water pressure.
Check hose and straighten if needed.
Ensure that drain hose is
connected in accordance with the Installation instructions.
First 4 program
indicators flashing
E6Flood switch activated.Turn the water and power off to the dishwasher. Call your Fisher & Paykel dealer or Authorized
Service Center.

Fisher dishdrawer error code (Non-LCD Display)

New Zealand-based manufacturer Fisher & Paykel is a pioneer in producing so-called dish drawers. The non-LCD models typically possess all the advantages of a dish drawer, but in case something goes wrong they require a different approach as error codes shown on the non-LDC display are not similar to those shown on the LCD display.

CodeMEANINGSOLUTION
RinseFlood switch activatedPossible leak
DelicateMotor not detected as rotatingCheck for blockage
Check the dishwasher motor
Delicate + RinseWater temperature exceeded 85˚CCheck thermostat or thermistor
FastDishwasher not heatingCheck dishwasher heater
Check thermostat or thermistor
Normal + RinseElectronics failureNo help available, check electronics and all connectors
Heavy + RinseNo water detectedCheck water supply to the dishwasher
Check water inlet valve