Error codes for Viking Dishwasher

The Viking dishwasher is a high-powered appliance that helps you clean your dishes quickly and efficiently. It has a large capacity and is made from durable materials. The company started manufacturing this product in 2003 and has since become one of the leading manufacturers of dishwashers.

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This dishwasher features a powerful motor that helps it clean dishes quickly and efficiently. It also has a large capacity, so you can clean a lot of dishes at once. The dishwasher also features an easy-to-use control panel, so you can easily set the cleaning time and cycle. The Viking dishwasher is made from durable materials, so it will last for years.

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However, errors can be a common occurrence with Viking dishwashers. If you experience an error with your Viking dishwasher, there are some things you can do to try to fix the problem. Here, we will discuss some of the most common error codes and how to fix them.

1 1

The code โ€œ1 1โ€ means Pan Flood Sensor Disconnect. The action required for this is to reset the unit and then try again.

1 2

The code โ€œ1 2โ€ means Motor Control Status Error. The action required for this is to reset the unit and then try again.

1 3

The code โ€œ1 3โ€ means Motor Control Comms Error. The action required for this is to reset the unit and then try again.

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1 4

The code โ€œ1 4โ€ means Diverter Timeout. The action required for this is to reset the unit and then try again

1 5

The code โ€œ1 5โ€ means Drain Error. The action required for this is to (1) turn on water at the sink in order to start the water supply, and run garbage disposal in order to check if the drain is not clogging, (2) check that drain hose on dishwasher is not clogging or kinking, (3) check that the hose is attached securely, per the installation guide, (4) ensure that all surfaces in the dishwasher are even, (5) verify that filters have not been blocked by other components.

2 1

The code โ€œ2 1โ€ means Huba Disconnect Error. The action required for this is to reset the unit and then try again.

2 2

The code โ€œ2 2โ€ means Fill Timeout. The action required for this is to (1) check that the water in your dishwasher is supplied properly, (2) check the dishwasher fill line is straight, (3) check that the water in your dishwasher runs smoothly from top to bottom, (4) turn on the water at the sink and see that the water pressure does not change.

2 3

The code โ€œ2 3โ€ means Low Level Sensor Error. The action required for this is to (1) verify whether dishes are still in place or if they are soaking a lot of water, (2) test that the drain piping system has a safe and secure connection.

2 4

The code โ€œ2 4โ€ means High Level Error. The action required for this is to check that all things in a rack have been placed where they are supposed to be, so that they cannot be moved around.

4 2

The code โ€œ4 2โ€ means Fill Too Fast Error. The action required for this is to verify that dishwashers are level from front to back and also side to side.

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