Hotpoint, Indesit Ariston dishwasher not filling F02, F06 or F07 error code

by / Monday, 04 April 2016 / Published in Dishwasher, Water Systems & Valves




Dishwasher Error codes F02, F06, F07

 

 

Hotpoint, Indesit, Ariston Dishwasher Spare Parts

Hotpoint, Indesit, Ariston Dishwasher Spare Parts

 

 

When your dishwasher doesn't Fill you normally get an error code F02, F06 or F07, you may just think it has flashing lights but on most machines they mean something, these are called error codes and are designed in a way to help an engineer or you find the fault with the dishwasher. this article is here to help you find the problem . we have added a load of videos at the bottom to help you with your repairs when you work out the problem . please remember to support our site by shopping for your spare parts with us.

Dishwasher error codes F02, F06 or F07

all models of  Hotpoint, Indesit or Ariston dishwasher have different types of facial panel, whether you have free standing, slimline or integrated dishwasher the error codes may show in a different way, i have include some examples to give you a guideline and will explain more in the videos. You may be getting flashing lights giving you the fault code or it will be showing you the number in the digital display.

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Hotpoint indesit ariston dishwasher error codes faults

Indesit diswasher error codes

F02

Indesit Dishwasher Error code

F02 dishwasher error code

Water fill solenoid valve, impeller jug or water chamber failure

Issue: The LED lights on your dishwasher are displaying in the following sequence

  • LED 1: OFF
  • LED 2: ON
  • LED 3: OFF
  • LED 4: OFF

Action: We recommend you check that water is going to the dishwasher, the valve is working correctly, the impeller jug is functioning correctly, also check the water chamber has no restrictions on the flow rate, if the dishwasher cant fill in the correct amount of time the you will get an error.

F06

Indesit Dishwasher Error code

F06 dishwasher error code

Water fill timeout fault

Issue: The LED lights on your dishwasher are displaying in the following sequence

  • LED 1: OFF
  • LED 2: ON
  • LED 3: ON
  • LED 4: OFF

Action: Please check that the water supply is present and of sufficient pressure, also that the tap is fully on and that the fill hose is not restricted or kinked. Check that water is going to the dishwasher, the valve is working correctly, the impeller jug is functioning correctly, also check the water chamber has no restrictions on the flow rate, if the dishwasher cant fill in the correct amount of time the you will get an error.

F07

Indesit Dishwasher Error code

F07 dishwasher error code

Water turbine damaged or fault

Issue: The LED lights on your dishwasher are displaying in the following sequence

  • LED 1: ON
  • LED 2: ON
  • LED 3: ON
  • LED 4: OFF

Action: Replace water turbine (impeller jug)




3 Responses to “Hotpoint, Indesit Ariston dishwasher not filling F02, F06 or F07 error code”

  1. Hi,

    I have a slim line Hotpoint dishwasher that displays F06 code. I have opened the side panels. Observing the air break turbine, I see no rotation at any point until the machine errors. Could this be the cause of water not filing? Pouring water after drain cycle kicks off the wash cycle.

    Any help would be most appreciated.

    Regards,

    Hermit

  2. Derrick 1972 says : Reply

    Hi Paul,

    I have a 4-yr-old Hotpoint LFT114UK dishwasher that was initially showing an F06 error.
    I replaced the water inlet valve but now have a F02 error.
    I adjusted the pressure switch – and heard the effect during wash cycle – but still have F02.

    The air break looks clear – no calcium build up – and impeller is turning ok.
    I’m not aware of any change to water supply pressure.

    I live in a soft water region but admit to not using salt or rinse aid regularly.
    Could the water softener unit cause a F02 error?

    Hope you can help,
    Derrick

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