Hotpoint is one of the leading dishwasher brands in the UK, preferred by thousands because of their reliable products and competitive prices. A great feature of Hotpoint dishwashers is their built-in diagnostic system, meaning that LED lights on the panel will display a number that corresponds to what has gone wrong in the machine.
If you already own a Hotpoint appliance, you may be familiar with Hotpoint dishwasher flashing lights or Hotpoint dishwasher error codes. This short guide provides all the information you need to decode the fault code system so that you can make changes or repairs to your machine to get it up and running again.
These Hotpoint dishwasher fault codes may not cover every single appliance, and not all of the recommended solutions should be attempted by the consumer. If your Hotpoint dishwasher is faulty, be sure to contact Glotech Repairs to organise an appointment with our qualified engineers. Some repairs need to be carried out by a trained professional.
Overflow, water in base. Float switch activated
Finding the leak can require some patience and experience. Look for signs where water has been leaking for a while on the circulation motor and other components. Check the fill hose if you have aquastop.
Valve or turbine faulty or disconnected. Machine not sensing the water flow into appliance
Check turbine is turning freely, inlet valve leaking when off.
Time-out on draining, not draining fast enough or not draining at all.
Check drain pump, blockages in pipes or behind filters. Module.
Thermistor or Module faulty.
Mesh plate, filter or microfilter. Pressure switch. Circulation pump
Time out on filling
Check tap is on and water pressure. Inlet valve. Connnections blockage in fill hose. Water flow turbine stuck or faulty
Module has detected no turbine rotation. Check turbine and wiring.
Time out heating
Heater fault. NTC thermistor detached from casing or faulty.
Software recognition fault
Module not programmed or faulty. Wrong keypad.
Heating element, connections, module pcb, relay or pressure switch.
Communication error between boards. Could be faulty board or wiring. Check all connections first.