I must admit that I have had enough of this dishwasher although I have it only 3 years. I'm tired i20 error , dishwasher unscrewed, no leaks or no moisture, clean filters, the lower washer arm seems to be tight. A symptom such that on program 30 min becomes - two beeps message i20 I turn it off and on and it shows 10 on the display, I make a reset and I turn on the program for 15 minutes of rinsing and sometimes I can finish the washing and I have been doing it right now.
Currently, he can not do it this way. I also did the calibration ie 1 and 3 pressed to switch on the dishwasher and after three lights press 3 and went the calibration program, which was successful, then I let go washing for 30 minutes Strangely, it ended without a problem, but it was only once and then the swing again. Great request for advice, suggestions and what to do with this phantom?
I copied my previous post about the topic i20 error
Problem solved, and thus: 1. I first carried out the error resetting procedure as follows: We press counting from the left the first and third button, then turn on the ON / OFF button. We release the buttons and wait, during this time three diodes from the left blink. We press the second diode from the left and all the diodes begin to blink. After a dozen or so seconds the blinking stops and only the program selection LEDs light up. Press the ON / OFF button to disconnect the power supply.
2. I then carried out the test procedure under the calibration procedure. Press the first and third buttons again and activate the ON / OFF button. The first three LEDs blink from the left. Then press the third button from the left and the test procedure begins. The third diode still blinks, and the dishwasher performs a quick test program of about 15 minutes during this time. After finishing using the ON / OFF button again, turn the power off.
The dishwasher is ready to work with a new hydrostat It turns out that it was important in this case to carry out both procedures one by one ...
Buddy, it's beautiful to be true. of course, I did reset as you give and then calibrate but no effect. Even on the calibration program "15", after 4 minutes from its connection, there appear the characteristic double beauties and the message i20. Interestingly, after opening the dishwasher, it is dry inside. A similar situation occurs at the beginning of the washing channel. Hands are falling almost midnight and I am fighting without success. Again removed all of the building I turned the hydrostat gray tube but everything is clear and clean, bowl with filters also. Blow in a hose connected to the hydrostat bowl, there is no resistance what may indicate that there are no signs of leakage, all dry and i20 is. Save me thanks
Even on the calibration program "15", after 4 minutes from its connection, there appear the characteristic double beauties and the message i20. Interestingly, after opening the dishwasher, it is dry inside.
Does not fill? Does not take water? "OWI" remove clear.
Blow in a hose connected to a hydrostat bowl
You can blow it yourself ... Rinse with a syringe and hot water in what you blow.
After 4 minutes from the start of the wash, the i20 message and the quilting every time. What is "OWI" how to locate and act I am a layman, thanks
Added after 7 [minutes]:
If OWI is a hydrostat, I was blowing on it or you need to somehow open it. The gray hose is clear as I wrote, it has a bit of trail on the sides, but as you can see it is visible at the other end so the light lets through
I cleaned the bowl, but now another problem appeared, the dishwasher started on the 30-minute program. Before the end of time, i.e. 1 minute, i.e. all the time the process of pumping out for 20 mi. However, at last I could not stand it, I opened the door of the dishwasher, and there it was dry, that is, it worked without water, what could it be?
Thanks have already been favored for a friend zibi1971 . The council turned out to be effective. I cleaned the bowl and the hydrostatic chamber thoroughly. No potting or blowing etc. just disassembly and thorough washing, rinsing. There was a lot of sludge, sludge, etc. I mean, I do not like new and I think it's better to think. I close the thread.