Question about Indesit 18 in. D41 Slim-Line Free-standing Dishwasher
Hi - My Indesit D41 switches on ok, drains and then fills with water but then stops with a buzzing sound and stops at that point. I can repeat the cycle and stop it after it has drained, or after it fills the bottom with water but it doesn't seem to move on from this point. There's no flashing light. Tried pulling the machine out to see if it has kinks etc but all seems ok.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Indesit D41 dishwasher problem
you need to check the inlet walve . when you start the unit you say it drains. so after the drain do you hear the water entering the dishwasher? If you hear a sound like a buzzing noise that would be the inlet valve working. if thats the case there is a clog at the screen in the valve not allowing the water or enough water in the tub. seeing that this is a portable unit you will also want to check to make sure the fill hose is not kinked up anywhere in the cabinet or under neath the dishwasher. If you hear no buzzing noise you need to check the inlet valve with a meter to first make sure your getting power to it and that the valve itself if good. check these things out and let me know what you found and we can go from there
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
SOURCE: indesit d41 dishwasher
try testing the door interlock, actually this is only a micro switch inside the door behind the plastic front panel, there could also be the possibility there is a broken wire behind the door skin just above the hinge part, take care when working on appliances do not force parts to remove them and always unplug at the mains hope i have helped, if so please rate me well
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
1, Tilt machine and remove base plate 6 screws.
2, fixed to the inner ring at the bottom of the machine is the water level control.
(brown, round with 3/4 wires attached.
3, remove it, lift and pull forward.
4, remove the attcahed clear plastic tube.
5, tip up and drain out any water in the unit, Should be none.
6, Blow throught the free hanging rubber tube, should be clear
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: Indesit IDL 50 Dishwasher
Had a similar problem (flashing lights 1 and 2). Drained the machine by diconnecting the outlet hose and using a shallow bowl on the floor. Removed and cleaned filters. Forced clean water through by using a garden hose pipe(you can only do this one way, you cannot force water down the outlet pipe). Removed and cleaned the pump (you have to do this from under the machine but easy enough). Finally ensuring the waste trap under the sink was clear. Bingo!! No parts, no expensive engineer.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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