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 Posted: Sun Feb 14th, 2010 03:38 pm
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Hi gang.  I have an Electrolux EIDW6105GW1, S/N TH82345328.  The control panel is flashing continuous.  I removed the kick panel and the LED for leak detetctor is activated.  I have tried the reset procedure, continues to flash.  I also removed and re-supplied power to try a "hard reset"- no joy.

I have continuity on the two wires that go to the connector marked "flood switch" on the control module. Tub is empty- I believe this to be correct.

I removed the wire marked "external overflow" and the unit starts and operates.  I believe this to be the "external water level switch" on drawing number 154676603.

How do I determine if I have a leak or faulty sensor?

Thanks

Dave

 

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Dry the sensor with a hair dryer, reconnect wire and see if the dishwasher will run...if so watch for a leak....I think they have had problems with those sensors



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