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Miele G892 SCU Plus F06 Too few pulses at flow meter/start of water intake

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I've got a Miele G892 SCU Plus, and I'm getting an F06 error code:  Too few pulses at flow meter/start of water intake

what pulses? does anyone have a service manual? All i'm finding online is it could be the flowmeter board or the WPS. 

Is Miele the only source for parts?

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As the unit fills, water passes through the flow meter that has a little wheel in it. Magnets are attached to that wheel. Each time the magnet passes the flow meter board it creates the "pulse". The computer is looking for a certain number of pulses per fill cycle ( I can't tell you how many because I don't know). So some things to look at are:

-the waterproof system. Is it allowing water into the dishwater or is it humming and not letting water in?

-where the wps attaches to the water supply, there is a small screen. Make sure that is not clogged/restricted. 

-if it is filling with water, what is the water level in relation to the handle on the triple filter when the unit faults out?

-also take a look at the flow meter/ flow meter board(both are located in the water diverter on the side). I've seen the board move back a little bit so it was not reading correctly. 

-lastly check connections and wiring. 

This should get you off to a good start. Check all the above and let us know what you fine. 

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