Model #66514043K010 KENMORE ELITE Dishwasher

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Dishwasher not draining 66514043K010 Kenmore Elite Undercounter dishwasher

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Dishwasher not draining 66514043K010 Kenmore Elite Undercounter dishwasher

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f2e2 kenmore dishwasher error. 665.1404

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In general, the F2 E2 is a code that signifies a user interface issue. The User Interface cannot communicate with main control.This could be a loose connection or it could be a defective User Interface.I would recommend having a technician check this.

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Sherman_G_Wallace -
Sears Technician
October 08, 2013
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Or could just be a wet connection. These F2 E2 errors don't necessarily mean you need to replace the display panel, which costs $260. After getting this error code and not being able to get it to reset or go into diagnostic mode, one of the "experts" told me to replace the display panel. After letting it sit for a month, I got it to reset, but still wouldn't go to diagnostic mode. After it reset, I started it up, appeared to run fine, then discovered a water leak at the hose clamp on pump motor. I think it finally reset after everything had dried out. My point is, water will mess things up. Let things dry out really well, probably at least a week, before replacing a $250 panel that isn't broken.

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Steve -
October 18, 2013
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Hey steve, thanks. Mine was the exact same problem. Looks like the hose clamp at the pump has been loose for months and leaking. It finally disconnected and thats when the problems really started. Now I have to have my entire kitchen redone because the cabinets on both sides and the wall behind it have water damage and mold. Othererwise I just fixed the hose myself and now the diswasher is fine. Oh and sears wont cover the damage that the dishwasher caused.

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Clifton -
October 18, 2013
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Sorry to hear that, Clifton. I was lucky enough to catch mine before any major damage, but it has me thinking that I should have a pan under the dishwasher this is open to the front, so any water will drain out the front so we can see it. There is a good chance your homeowners insurance would cover your damages. I am disappointed with the "experts" on this site, because I read every posting on E2F2 errors, and not once was water leaks mentioned. Sears seems a little too anxious to sell new parts that may not be needed. Only when my unit finally reset, then I got a F1E4 error that indicated a wash motor problem, then we found the water leak. Again, the only "problem" was the water leak causing moisture in the electrical connections, which caused an E2F2 error, then an F1E4 error.

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Steve -
October 19, 2013
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I have the same Kenmore Elite Dishwasher. I received this code, FEE2, after I found water running from the drip opening of my foundation in the area of my kitchen. After stopping the water I removed the dishwasher and found that the water pump and hose connection had pulled away from the water circuits and was of course blowing water out everywhere. I also found the rubber support grommet that supports the pump at the opposite as the hose connection on the slab beneath the dishwasher. There is a design flaw in that there is no chime for the hose to slide over, thereby preventing the hose from slipping off once the hose clamp is installed. The clamp that holds the pump/hose in place is very narrow. To repair I went to the local part store and purchased a hose clamp that was 3 to times wider. This allows more surface area to be compressed on the connection. The original clamp would probably have been fine had the designers thought to chime the edge of the connection. Also, ensure you have the rubber support grommet in place. After reinstalling the dishwasher (but before installing the bottom trim pieces, I turned the dishwasher on. That is when I got the error code FE E2. I googled the code which got me to this site and others. Guess what, there are a multitude of this same problem, all originating from the pump/hose backing off the connection. Many folk waited several weeks and tried again and the code went away and the dishwasher worked. To speed this process up, I placed my wife's blow dryer under the dishwasher, aiming towards the motor, and let it run for about an hour. This did the trick and the dishwasher works fine. "DO NOT" leave the blow dryer unattended. Fortunately for me I had the builder "float" the cabinet bases 1/4" off the concrete slab and my floor is ceramic tile up to the cabinets, so the tile held the water in and it flowed through a gap in the bottom plate of the wall. Just a note should you ever build a home.

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Richard -
October 04, 2014
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PS- Not sure if I called the code out properly. F2 E2, E2 F2. ???

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Richard -
October 04, 2014
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Can anyone tell me how to take out the inside of dishwasher? I have followed all step on line but the spray apparatus in back and top will not come out.

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robert -
October 04, 2014
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I got the dreaded F2E2 in the middle of a cycle with Add A Dish blinking. Called Sears and they told us it was a $25 part, so we scheduled service. They mailed the part which turned out to be a cosmetic panel from the bottom. :-) So, database error. Still, service guy from 3rd party company shows up and spends 3 minutes diagnosing the problem. Looks underneath and sees no water, so conclusion is that we need a new control panel and main board. Pricetag: $675! He recommends we get a new dishwasher, though ours is only 4 years old. We send him away and I take the dishwasher apart. I study the diagnostic sheet found behind the cosmetic panel on the bottom. The very first thing to check for F2E2 is the gray cable between the control panel and the main board, so I take things apart enough to expose all the connectors. In particular, the main controller uses an edge connector. I discover OBVIOUS corrosion on the edge connector fingers so I scrape it off, scrape the connector that plugs on, and spray everything with WD40. Voila! Dishwasher works fine. So, the repair person did not even follow the simple steps on the diagnostic sheet for the error code. Horrendous!

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Matthias -
March 14, 2015
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