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Water level What should the correct and/or optimum water level be in the tub of this dishwasher for proper operation?

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  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2007

    A small amount of water remains after use. I have replaced the check valve and ensured all hoses are clear and not kinked. Any suggestions? THANK YOU!

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    My GE PDW8200 dishwasher has different levels of water left in the tub after the wash cycle is complete. Sometimes there is no water and sometimes there is an inch of water.

  • milosnuggler Jan 27, 2009

    Where is the knockout plug located?  I don't see it in the instruction manual, and I don't want to break something else trying to find the plug.

  • gboucher5 Feb 14, 2010

    where is the knockout plug situated at

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Go to miele UK & download manual for g670. has instructions on how to check and adjust water level

Posted on Oct 29, 2007

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Hi if this machine has a visible heater element then normally when it has filled then starts to wash then u stop programme by opening the door then the water level should be covering the element but be below the lower spray arms by 2.5 centimetres or so like ERAN says when finished you shouldnt see any water in the base but if you take out the grille or base filter then you may see some water under that....

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Check the size of the outlet will not drain if 0.5" needs to be minimum of 0.75" diameter pipe (if not connected to sink waste

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I'm not sure I understand your question. There isn't supposed to be any water left in the tub after operation. If there's any water left it might indicate that the dishwasher does not drain properly. If that's the case - - If the unit is hooked up to a food waste disposer, make sure the disposer is empty. - Check to see if the knockout plug has been removed from inside the food waste disposer inlet. - Check to see if drain hose is kinked. - Make sure cycle is complete, not in a pause.

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Make sure the water is turned on to the unit first--next, is there water entering the tub? Check the float switch--the round, plastic, "flying saucer" shaped object at the bottom of the tub. Gently lift up on it and carefully listen for a very soft "click" sound. That is the tiny switch underneath working. If something gets trapped under the float switch, the washer won't fill with water. Next, if water is indeed in the tub, did you hear the motor pump running? If it runs and then stops, there might be a problem with the control board--check to see if the drain pump works properly--cancel the cycle and listen for the drain pump turning on and draining out all the water. On almost all dishwashers, at the start of a cycle, the drain pump will turn on briefly to pump out any standing water left in the motor base(you can't see the water but it's there) so it doesn't get sprayed onto your dishes. Then, fresh, hot water enters the tub, when the water level reaches the proper level, the float switch rises, tells the computer enough water is present, then starts the main pump. If the water is not being drained out, try to listen for the drain motor humming. If it is running but not draining, it is probably jammed with food or other debris and must be cleared. If the water is turned on but no water is entering the tub, check the inlet water valve underneath the washer--the water line is connected directly to it. It is electrical and operates on 120v. You will need to carefully disconnect the connector from the valve, activate a cycle, and using a voltage meter, check to see if 120 volts is present. If it is there and no water is entering, most likely the valve is bad. If there is no voltage at the valve, either a wire is broken or the main board is defective.

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The turbidity sensor might not be functioning properly causing the dishwasher to prolong the wash cycle.

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hi Mapletonmob.
this is all i could find out.

A dishwasher that will not fill with water can be frustrating and repairing it through a serviceman can be expensive. Even for someone who may not consider themselves handy, repairing a dishwasher is not a difficult process. Below we've provided you with a list of the most common parts that fix a dishwasher will not fill with water. Use this information to help troubleshoot which part is broken
The water inlet valve is used to fill the dishwasher with the proper amount of hot water and is controlled by the timer or electronic control. The valve will be located behind the lower access panel and will have two wires attached to it, an outlet hose to the tub and a hot water inlet from the household supply. If your dishwasher does not fill then you should first check the inlet supply to verify that you have enough water pressure and that you have power going to the valve during the fill portion of the cycle. If these conditions are met then the valve is defective and should be replaced. If you do not have power to the valve then you should look at the float switch, the timer or electronic control or the door switches as a possible problem. All of the electrical checks can be made with a multi-meter.
A malfunctioning float could cause the dishwasher to not fill with water. The float is located at the bottom of the dishwasher tub and acts as a safety device that prevents the dishwasher from over filling with water. The float rises with the water level in the dishwasher and when the proper level is reached, the float will trigger the float switch to turn off the water inlet valve. Check that there is no debris or foreign objects that might restrict the vertical movement of the float and that it engages the float switch located beneath the tub.
The float switch sits below the float, beneath the dishwasher tub. When the float switch is triggered by the float, power to the water inlet valve is interrupted and it stops the flow of water into the dishwasher. Verify that the mechanical action of the float to the switch is operating properly and that the wire connections are secure. To check that the float switch is working properly, remove the wires and test for continuity with a multi-meter.
The door switch is a simple on/off mechanism that prohibits the dishwasher from operating when the door is open. If the door switch or switches are malfunctioning the dishwasher will not fill with water. This door switch mechanism is typically located behind the door panel at the top of the door. To verify the operation of the switches you will need to separate the inner door from the outer door and then remove the wires from the switches and check for continuity with a multi-meter.
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