softus wrote:I'm going to try the "tipping over" solution and see what happens.
This is not a solution; it just (sometimes) gets the machine up & running again by releasing the anti-flood switch.
The cause of the flood still needs to be identified. This can be one of a number of things; internal leak' blockage, overfoaming caused by incorrect, rinse aid dosage, obstruction of spray arms, PCB failure or motor failure to name a few.
Also, the longer the machine is sitting there flooded the more chance there is that internal components such as the motor will become damaged (you'll know this happens when you turn your dishwasher on and your lights go out).
Those wanting to have a go themselves please remember to pull the plug first otherwise it may be time to call in a pro (Repairs@)