Meiko dishwasher troubleshooting

You dishwasher broke down? Before you start to panic, you need to find out the cause of the breakdown, since some of them can be easy fixed by yourself. The table below will help you do that, it lists the main causes of malfunctions and ways how to eliminate them.

ERR.-No.DescriptionPossible cause
1EEPROM plug-in fault.EEPROM not available / incorrectly defective
Empty or incorrect EEPROM Replace EEPROM with correct parameter set
201Boiler level not reached during 1st filling (only FA-machines)Fresh water inlet insufficient (water faucet closed) Entering hose kinked Inlet filter soiled Solenoid valve defective Boiler switch defective
202Boiler level during filling not reached early enough (only FA- machines)See 201
203No change detected by the Plug connector emptying .(only FA - Machine)Boost pump defective Plug connector loosened Start capacitor defective Plug connector loosened Plug connector loosened Boiler level switch defective No boost pump signal to - from in- put/output circuit boards Check boost pump DSP / S2 using manual control
204Following the end of final-rinse time, still no change detected (only FA - Machine)See 203
205Boiler temperature not reached after max. Heat time (P.310)Boiler heating defective / thermal fuse radiator
Temperature sensor defective, incorrect installation position
Boiler contactor defective, performance switch loosened
No signal from ON/OFF circuit boards
210Temperature sensor short circuitCheck sensor cable (plug contacts) Replace sensor Install sensor correctly
211Temperature sensor interruptionCheck sensor cable (plug contacts) Replace sensor Install sensor correctly
212Actual boiler temperature too high(>95C)Contactor sticking
Incorrect sensor / defective sensor
301Number of final rinse cycles for tank filling exceededFeeding water pressure too low
Tank level analysis disruptedSieve in feeding valve is dirty
Rinse jets soiled
Air trap soiled
Condensate in level pipe
Hose kinked / loose / not watertight
302During the self-cleaning pro- gramme the tank level (S3) does not fall on time. (Only with built -in drain pump.)Fresh water supply insufficient (water faucet closed)
Drain pump soiled / defective Rotor loose
Drain pump plug connector loose Start capacitor defective Tank level analysis disrupted No signal from ON/OFF circuit boards
304Tank temperature not reached after max. heat time (P.314)Tank heating defective / thermal fuse Radiator
Temperature sensor defective, incorrect installation position
Tank protection defective, performance switch loose
310Temperature sensor short circuitCheck sensor cable (plug contacts) Replace sensor Install sensor correctly
311Temperature sensor interruptionCheck sensor cable (plug contacts) Replace sensor Install sensor correctly
312Actual Tank temperature too high (>85C)Contactor sticking