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DCS DD224C Dishwasher Top Drawer Not working


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#1 teejnut

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Posted Yesterday, 11:23 PM

Hello,

We haven't used our DCS DD224C dishwasher unit in a long time, not even sure when the last time it was used. So we tried to use it tonight and the top drawer won't work. When we set the program and press start after about 30 seconds it just flashes red and beeps a lot. According to the manual and the fault code it's a F2 = "motor problem".

 

I tried all the programs a few times and all report back with the same problem. If I choose the rinse program it does add water to the unit but does not drain it. Also, tried unplugging the dishwasher and plugging it back in with no luck. The bottom drawer had the same problem at first but after a few tries its working (at least so far, it's in the middle of a cycle now).

 

Does anyone have any recommendations on how to troubleshoot or DIY repair? TIA!



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Posted Today, 04:23 AM

Sounds like a stuck/seized rotor from lack of use. You may be able to free it up by hand, but more likely it has corroded and the rotor and/or motor may need to be replaced.


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