Blomberg dishwashers are known for being reliable and easy to use. Like any other brand, however, errors can occur from time to time. One of the most common errors that can occur is the E01 error code. The first step to treating the problem is understanding what this code means. This will help you take the necessary steps to determine the source and reason behind this error. Do keep in mind that some minor or basic problems can be diagnosed and even resolved without calling a technician. When parts need to be replaced or the appliance needs to be opened up in order to locate the source of the problem, it is best to contact a trained and experienced technician.
What Does the E01 Code Mean?
This code indicates that there is a problem with the rinse cycle that is supposed to take place once the wash cycle is complete. If the water inside your dishwasher is not properly restored, this error will appear. In other words, not enough water is entering the appliance. Since your dishwasher requires water in order to function, any water-related problems can put the appliance totally out of commission.
Check Your Water Supply
Even if the water supply is perfectly in order before you turn your dishwasher on, the supply could be interrupted without you even realising it. This is why you should check the water supply to your property before you do anything else. If the water supply has been temporarily cut off (due to maintenance or another issue detected by your water company), this could mean that there is absolutely nothing wrong with your dishwasher. All you will need to do is wait for the water to come back on. You can also check the tap to which the dishwasher is connected and make sure that it has not been accidentally or unintentionally closed. If you are without water for several hours, you might want to run the entire wash cycle from the beginning since the soap and other residue may have hardened on the dishes and this calls for a more thorough clean.
Check the Hoses
There is a fill hose running from your water supply to the dishwasher. Inspect this hose to make sure that there are no kinks or other problems with the line. While you’re at it, check the seal between the hose and the tap as well as the seal between the hose and your dishwasher. If there are no kinks in the hose and no leaks, another part could be faulty. By replacing parts in a timely manner, you will be able to avoid any future inconvenience that results from regular repairs. Remember, if you notice that any of the hoses on your dishwasher have become hard or brittle, it is a good idea to replace all hoses at the same time. In so many cases, once the first hose starts to show signs of significant wear, it will not take long before other hoses follow suit.
Other Potential Faulty Parts
If the inlet filter and valve are not to blame, your technician should take a closer look at the wash impeller, pump and motor assembly and the dishwasher sump. Each of these working parts experiences wear and tear over time and due to repeated use. This is absolutely normal and the good news is that prompt repairs will have your dishwasher repair again in no time.
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