- Dishwasher displays error code i40, i41, i43 or i44
- Dishwasher emits 4 beeps / 4 flashes
- integrated dishwasher
- freestanding dishwasher
1. Reset your appliance.
Remove the plug for the dishwasher and plug it in again after app. 5 minutes.
You can also turn off the power using the fuses on the panel/power switch.
2. Check your dishwasher filter and sump (see the instructional video below) for signs of foam/suds & debris
How To Clean Your Dishwasher Filter
- Make sure you clean all the filters
- Clear any foam/suds from the sump
- Plug the appliance back in. Turn on the dishwasher, select a suitable cycle and start it.
- If the cycle starts and operates normally, the problem has been resolved.
If the above steps don't resolve the issue then a service visit by one of our approved service providers is recommended.
Tips for saving energy at home when using your dishwasher
With energy prices soaring, it’s never been a better time to rethink how you use the appliances in your home to save energy and money. Besides helping your household budget, it will also benefit the planet, reducing CO2 emissions. Here are some helpful tips on how to reduce energy when using your dishwasher
- Use the ECO program when dishwashing. It takes a bit longer, but the dishwasher doesn’t have to work as hard, which means it uses less energy. Compare it to if you run or walk 1km. Running is faster but you need to use a lot more energy. If you walk instead it takes longer, but you use much less energy. The same logic goes for the ECO program
- If you have an hourly electricity rate, do the dishes when the price is at its lowest
- If you have an old dishwasher, it will have a low energy class – you can save energy just by replacing it with a new one
See other helpful tips to save energy and money