Uh oh, your Haier XIB dishwasher isn’t happy. Dishes are piling up, and a cryptic error code flashes on the display, leaving you wondering what went wrong.

Haier XIB Series Dishwasher Error Codes Explained
Haier XIB Series Dishwasher Error Codes Explained!

Fear not, fellow dishwasher detectives! This guide will be your decoder ring, untangling the mysteries of Haier XIB error codes and getting your dishes sparkling clean again in no time.

Haier XIB Series dishwasher error codes

Remember to always unplug the dishwasher and exercise caution when attempting any repairs.

E:02 or E2: Water inlet valve error

The water loading phase failed to complete within the scheduled time due to a problem with the water inlet valve.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness.
  • The water supply is closed.
  • Clogged inlet water valve filter.
  • Crushed water supply hose
  • Faulty solenoid valve.
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the inlet hose.
  • Check the water pressure.
  • Check the inlet hose and filter.
  • Check the solenoid valve.
  • Check the water liter counter (reed switch or flowmeter sensor).
  • Check the pressure switch.
  • Replace the main PCB if necessary.

E:03 or E3: Drain pump error

The water discharge phase could not be completed within the expected time due to a problem with the drain pump. This means water remains in the dishwasher, and the cycle cannot finish.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness.
  • Clogged filter.
  • Clogged drain hose.
  • Clogged siphon.
  • Faulty drain pump
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the drain pump hose or filter.
  • Check the wall drain.
  • Check the drain pump.
  • Check the pressure switch.
  • Replace the main PCB if necessary.

E:04 or E4: Water leakage error

This dishwasher is equipped with MIPS, a Multiple Leak Protection System, to prevent flooding. If a leak is detected, the safety switch will trip, stopping the dishwasher and displaying an error message.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness.
  • Water leak.
  • Damaged water hoses.
  • Faulty MIPS.

Solutions:

  • Check the wire harness connector.
  • Check the water inlet and drain hoses
  • Check the functionality of the MIPS.

E:05 or E5: NTC probe error

This error indicates a problem with the NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient) sensor, which measures water temperature in your dishwasher.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness.
  • Faulty NTC probe
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the wire harness connector.
  • Check the resistance of the NTC probe; refer to the sensor temperature chart; if the sensor is open or shorted, replace the sensor.
TemperatureOhmic Value
25°C/77°F 10000 Ω
50°C/122°F3497 Ω
  • Check the main PCB and replace it if necessary.

E:07 or E7: Washing motor pump error

The E07 error on your appliance signifies a washing motor pump error. This means the machine has detected a problem with the pump or motor responsible for circulating water during the wash cycle.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness.
  • The signal from the tachometer is not detected.
  • Faulty motor pump (capacitor)
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring between the motor and the board.
  • Check the capacitor.
  • Check the tachometer.
Electric part nameOhmic value
Tachometer 156 Ω
  • Check the motor pump.
  • Check the main PCB and replace it if necessary.

E:08 or E8: Heating element error

The dishwasher is unable to heat water as programmed due to a malfunction with the heating element.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness (open circuit, leads off place, or loose).
  • Faulty pressure microswitch
  • Defective heating element.
  • Faulty pressure level switch
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring between the heater and the board.
  • Check the heating element.
  • Check the pressure switch.
  • Check the main PCB and replace it if necessary.

E:09 or E9: Turbidity sensor error

The dishwasher is unable to determine how clean the dishes are. This may be due to a problem with the water clarity sensor, also known as the turbidity sensor.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness (open circuit, leads off place, or loose).
  • The presence of food residues on the water turbidity sensor prevents it from reading the water quality.
  • Faulty turbidity sensor

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring between T.S. and the board.
  • Clean the turbidity sensor.
  • Replace the turbidity sensor if necessary.

E:10 or E10: Communication between the main PCB and the user control error

Communication failure between the main PCB and the user interface display, buttons, and controls.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness (open circuit, leads off place, or loose).
  • Faulty user interface
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring between the main PCB and U.I.
  • Check the user U.I. and replace it if necessary.
  • Check the main PCB. Replace it if necessary.

E:14 or E14: Heating chain error

This error indicates a problem with the heating element or its associated circuitry, preventing the dishwasher from heating water properly.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness (open circuit, leads off place, or loose).
  • Faulty pressure safety microswitch
  • Faulty heater assembly.
  • Faulty heater relay.
  • Faulty main PCB

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring harness connector.
  • If the E14 and E8 error codes appear, check the pressure safety microswitch.
  • If the E14 and E17 error codes appear, check the heater relay or NTC probe.
  • Check the heater assembly.
  • Check the main PCB. Replace it if necessary.

E:15 or E15: EEPROM error

EEPROM was not detected.

Solutions:

  • Replace the main PCB.

E:16 or E16: Pressure safety microswitch error

The dishwasher’s pressure safety microswitch, which is responsible for monitoring water pressure and ensuring safe operation, is not opening as expected. This indicates a potential issue with water pressure or the microswitch itself.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness (close circuit)
  • Faulty pressure microswitch

Solutions:

  • Check the wiring harness.
  • Replace the microswitch.

E:17 or E17: Heater element relay error

It indicates a problem with the electrical component that controls power to the dishwasher’s heating element.

Causes:

  • Safety microswitch that flickers.
  • The temperature sensor is out of order.
  • The board relay is stuck in an open position.
  • This is due to a software issue that, in the first cycle, does not correctly manage the power supply of the board, blocking the machine cycle and showing error 17 on the display.

Solutions:

  • Wait for at least 10 minutes.
  • If the defect persists or recurs, replace the main PCB.

E:18 or E18: Water Level Switch Error

The dishwasher detected an incorrect water level during the cycle. Check the water inlet hose for kinks or blockages.

Causes:

  • Defective water inlet valve.
  • Clogged air trap chamber
  • Damaged pressure switch hose.
  • Faulty pressure level switch

Solutions:

  • Check the solenoid valve.
  • Clean the air trap chamber.
  • Find the air leakage in the pressure switch hose.
  • Replace the pressure level switch.

E:21 or E21: Water inlet valve error

The valve may be stuck closed or stuck open, preventing the dishwasher from filling with water.

Causes:

  • Damaged water inlet valve.
  • Faulty flow meter sensor

Solutions:

  • Check the reed switch.
  • Replace the water inlet valve.

E:22 or E22: Power supply frequency error

Solutions:

  • Check the power cord.
  • Replace the main PCB.

E:23 or E23: Flow Diverter error

This error indicates a problem with the flow diverter valve, which is responsible for directing water to the appropriate spray arms during different washing cycles.

Causes:

  • Faulty wire harness connector
  • Faulty washing actuator (flow diverter)

Solutions:

  • Check the harness between the F.D. and the main PCB.
  • Replace actuator.

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