Error codes are fun, aren’t they? Well regardless of how we feel about them, they’re a part of life, and those who learn them can act quicker than those who don’t. Knowing how to identify them will help you when it comes to trying to solve the issue, so we at Just Fixed have compiled the most common ones together.
Fault Code ‘,10’
Now, it’s important to note that AEG error codes start with a ‘,’. This particular one means that the dishwasher isn’t filling with water. When this happens, see us!
Fault Code ‘,20’
This message means the dishwasher isn’t draining, so be careful when trying to open it.
Fault Code ‘,30’
This AEG code is different because it tells you that the anti-flood measures are active. Check your dishwasher for leaks, especially the back and the tubes going in and out.
Light-based Error Codes
These are AEG codes which use lights to convey a fault, and the first one of these is when no lights are on at all. This lack of light means that there’s no power to the machine.
One light flashing means that your dishwasher hasn’t been sufficiently filled with water after five minutes, which can indicate a failure of some kind.
If the second light is flashing, then you’re going to be dealing with no water being detected, which can suggest a blockage. Three lights flashing is a problem with the temperature, and four lights flashing means that water isn’t getting hot enough.
Finally, the fifth and sixth lights flashing mean that the dishwasher isn’t draining of water or that there’s a stuck motor respectively. If you’re ever unsure of how to fix the machine, then come and see a professional like us at Just Fixed – it’s what we’re here for!