Question about Fisher and Paykel 24 in. DD603H W Built-in Dishwasher
Hello I have a F&P DD603 and the LCD units display in different formats. One displays in minutes and the other displays in hours and minutes. I'd like them both to display in minutes. I've not been able to find a way to change the display anywhere on the web. Can anyone assist? Thanks, Robert
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fisher paykel dd603
Pull the bottom drawer out !!!!! To do this on the left and right sides of the bottom drawer you need to pull the pins (Plastic) then pull it out it has hoses still connected pull out and turn on side look in the back left corner (with Pwr off) there is a board there and it has a water (Flood sensor) on it make sure it is dry this is what the Fault code is
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
This may happen frequently... There is a usual cause and a usual solution.
Solution.. Remove bottom drawer.. with drawer fully open depress plastic stops on left and right near drawer face... lift drawer off the metal guides... move the drawer to left or right and set down as far as it can reach without pulling off the connections.
Now.. dry out the area... not a simple drying.. there will be water in the pan... dry it with towels or a wet dry vaccum. Now... it's not dry yet... either let is set for many hours or use a vacuum and blow out the entire area ore use the suction... there are many sensors down there and water gets up and into the controls unit ... you have to get it DRY... DRY.... DRY... then set the drawer back on the rails and push it in... it should reconnect the two plastic stops automatically as you push in the drawer..
We'll, there coiuld be a lot of others... but ... water got below the drawers into the pan... could be lots of malfunctioning equipment OR it could be USER ERROR... lets not overload the dishwasher.. let's not force down plates and stuff to get the drawer to close... Because.. the stuff will push on the unit container and allow water to pass by a seal that has been affected by the overload..
Of course... the system could just be leaking.. so if it happens every day... it's probably time for a service tech.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
The sensor that tells the dishwasher that the drawer is closed may be faulty or dirty. This means the dishwasher thinks the drawer is open and ignores the start command.
You can clean/ replace the sensor at the back of the cabinet. Unfortunately I don't think the service manual gives instructions on location or replacement procedure for parts.
However, you can download the parts manual from Stokes Appliance & spare parts and locate and order the part.
It should be item 5 on page 11.
If you have not taken the drawers out before, the instructions are available at
on page 7.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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