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Thor th20 dishwasher problem

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    Registered Users Posts: 969 ✭✭✭ fizzypish


    Hi. When it starts up makes a grumbling noise for a few min. There's a very fast clicking noise that may be a relay. Beeps 30 times. I presume that's an error code. Anyone know a good resource for debugging these appliances? I think the issue is somewhere on the incoming water. It seems to drain ok. I did some basic poking about but all the action appears to be under the floor panel and I don't want to go at that before doing a little research. Any help appreciated.


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    sounds as though it has leaked and what you hear is the emptying pump activated, tilt it on its side or forward as much as possible and stand upright again and test to see if the problem is resolved


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    sounds as though it has leaked and what you hear is the emptying pump activated, tilt it on its side or forward as much as possible and stand upright again and test to see if the problem is resolved
    This partially worked. I tipped it over and water came out. Restarted a wash and it did the cold cycle, then the hot cycle but stalled transitioning to the second heavier hot cycle. Now it's back making the grumbling noice when it's restarted.


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    fizzypish wrote: »
    This partially worked. I tipped it over and water came out. Restarted a wash and it did the cold cycle, then the hot cycle but stalled transitioning to the second heavier hot cycle. Now it's back making the grumbling noice when it's restarted.

    You either didnt get all the water removed when you tilted it over or else you have a leak, the aqua stop is there to stop the dishwasher from flooding the kitchen if it detects a leak. you could try once more but if the problem persists you will have to get it seen to


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