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Re: Dosen't pump all the water out
Take everyting out of the inside of the drawer, you need to take out the motor rotor and check for any damage to the plastic rotors and check under the rotor for any damage to the plastic socket or plastic ridge in the socket (stator). If all is ok disconnect the drain hose and place in a bucket and check that the drawer drains ok when it first starts. if alls ok then you need a new Main Motor controller module. cheers
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Check the rinse pump. The tubing needs to come from the supply into the bottom of the pump, and the pump should be running clockwise. If the pump tube is worn, the rinse pressure will blow through the pump filling the bottle
Sounds like water-level sensor is ok as it stops filling then 'hums'. I'd (carefully) check the connections to the connections between the level-sensor and the wash motor start relay. Could be motor is bad or something is causing it to become 'jammed'. Before you begin opening the appliance, I'd attempt to vacuum out the water or try putting the control in the last position to cause it to try to pump out the water.
Pumps. There are 2 pumps in most dishwashers. The drain pump,( which describes itself -it pumps the water out of the machine.) The recirculating pump which forces the water at high pressure through the spray nozzles and arms. (This is how the cleaning action is performed) These pump may either leak, or burn out. Either way, the only solution is replacement.
try connect a water filter (carbon and particle), and connect the machine on output filter, mormaly resolve this problem. Some old houses has water supplie problems, as dirty water, and contamined problems, check for water purity.
If you have a 501HT you shouldn't need a sanitizer because the machine sanitizes using hot water. The final rinse temperature should reach 82 C to kill all germs. The chemical pump's element tubes may be worn out. This would prevent the detergent and rinse aid from being dispensed into the machine. If during the last 20 seconds of the cycle the machine doesn't reach the final rinse rinse temperauture, this may mean the heater coil will need to be replaced.
the pump shouldn't turn on when the rinse cycle is on - it uses only fresh water straight from the water line - after the wash cycle is over - wait 5 seconds, then open the doors and see if there is any rinse coming out of the rinse arms.
If only a little is coming out - check the rinse arm spray jets to see if there is debris caught in them -
if no water is coming out - it could be a faulty rinse solenoid
The rinse water in a LX30 is driven by water pressure. A solenoid valve, bottom front - gold body, opens up and allows the water to flow.
If you are referring to the rinse agent pump, there must be NO leaks in the tubing or the hose that runs through the pump. And if the unit has lost its prime, using your hand to "seal" it, and forcing water from the faucet into the line can prime it.
Check disposer plug. If a garbage disposer has been recently installed, it is possible the disposer drain plug was not removed. The drain plug is a plastic piece in the disposer that blocks the hole where the dishwasher hose connects. Also check the hose connected to the disposal. Mine apparently had a kink in it. When I straightened the hose the dishwasher drained at full speed (I recently had a plumber re-route a hot waterline. He must has bent the hose). Hope this helps. If not go to the GE website. That's where I found my answer.