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Drainage blocked on Whirlpool ADG 450 slimline inbuilt dishwasher, have taken out filter and cleaned it. Still blocked.

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  • Henryclward Sep 06, 2008

    No, it seems that at the end of the cycle, the water sits in the bottom. It does not completely drain away. However, there seems to be some water that has drained away, otherwise I would assume the dishwasher would be full to the brim?


    I've had the filters out, they were relatively clear.


    Cheers

  • douglas smith May 11, 2010

    can you hear drain pump running?

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

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Two things to check
if drain is plumbed nito a spigot on the sink trap, check that ther spigot and drain hose are not blocked - this is very common
also see if you can get to the drain pump and check there is nothing jamming the impellor. also if you have access to a multimeter, check if the drain pump is powered up

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