After two attempts of self-repair and tracing the forum, I decided to start a topic maybe a wise head would be found. The problem is as follows: after starting the dishwasher, it draws water and after 2 minutes it pumps it out, and the error i10 pops up (the dishwasher does not draw water). Both pumps are in working order, the limit switch above the "bathtub" is efficient, the tank is clean without stone, all hoses unhooked and checked, relays on the module checked ...
What is wrong? He gets water and the dishwasher does not see it and pumps it out. Damaged hydrostat? At the end I will add that the failure occurred during the move (the apartment worked until the end, the first connection at home and does not work).
i10 - it is signaling the lack of water intake. The filling time of the dishwasher is too long and the dishwasher will pump water out of the dishwasher before displaying the error code. To be checked at the beginning, water supply, strainers, solenoid valve, hydrostat.
Snakes are not bent because I put the dishwasher in the middle of the kitchen, and there must be some specific pressure from the water supply system? Because the dishwasher draws water for about 2 minutes. Can there be such a thing that when there is too little pressure, there is not as much water as it should have and throws a mistake? And how do you check the hydrostat without applying voltage? When I breathe in it, should the membrane work inside? Am I not able to create such pressure with my lips?
Not different. The dishwasher in the normal operating mode is to take the right amount of water in about 90 seconds. Exceeding this time limit displays the error code:
- Time limit set: Normal 90 sec. Test cycle = 30 sec - The water level is not within the time limit set.
Unplug the water hose from the dishwasher, take the bucket and see how it fills up. Perhaps a tap if it exists (and should) has enough after a fast. Another problem is incomplete opening of the solenoid valve, it can be stoned. And so on the thread to the ball.