The rights to the AEG brand were bought by Electrolux in 2005. You’ll therefore find that fault/error codes, parts, and troubleshooting advice are often interchangeable between AEG dishwasher models and those of other models from the Electrolux group (which includes the Frigidaire, Tricity Bendix, and Zanussi brands).
Since AEG branded dishwashers make use of different PCBs and part designs across the range it is important to be certain of your model before interpreting fault codes, attempting repair, or purchasing spare parts. If in doubt contact a qualified engineer!
You can find a list of AEG Dishwasher error codes here.
AEG Dishwasher Manuals
You can download your AEG dishwasher manual here. As well as the model name you’ll need the PNC (parts number) from your dishwasher to ensure you download the correct manual. This is because the design and parts used can differ even within the same model range.
AEG has its own online dishwasher troubleshooter on its website. Find it here.
If the information on this page hasn’t been able to help you diagnose the fault with your AEG dishwasher, have a look at the troubleshooting page for more advice on fixing the problem.