In Sink Erator Classic Supreme with sensor problem
I have an In Sink Erator Classic Supreme with what appears to be either a switch or sensor problem. It cleans the dishes well enough, but lately when
I try to run a load of dishes, the "clean" indicator light stays on and the appliance will not operate. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Re: In Sink Erator Classic Supreme with sensor problem
I would assume that in the last year you've either fixed the washer or have gotten a new one. If your curious, this is probably the solution. There's a plastic piece that pushed a button when you open the latch and resets the washer. The piece is probably broken. If you remove the screws on the top of the door, you can reach in and manually push the button. You can also tape some metal into the end of the plastic piece so it will still push the button. A flattened bottle cap will work.
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Hi there it might be that you have used a harsh abrasive chemical to clean the sink and there's a residue remaining from it eating into the surface causing theses cracks to. Appear
Or the chrome enamel surface. Is breaking down try using a 're chroming agent like silvo
Due to the sink drainage problem what has happened is some water has collected in the base frame of your dishwasher and it(the d/w) has a sensor built into the base frame that has detected the water and will only power the drain pump until the sensor is satisfied that the water is gone.To remove that water UNPLUG OR TURNOFF THE BREAKER TO THE D/W(since thier may be some exposed wires) remove the kick(toe)plate and remove the water using a sponge/towel/ shop vac or what not (thier may be as much as several quarts/liters)
there could be a small piece of metal or other object stopping it you can use a large screw driver or other kind o pry bar and press against the grinding teeth in side and try to turnit counter clocki wise. i found a small salad for in mine once by turning it counter clock wise and it pushe it back up so i could see it
cleaning up doesn't work . most are electrical and there failure are solnoide's . leakage internaly/ just replace the assembly . it will work and you will be a happy camper .. mm some model insink are same as kitchen aid . look for part # on disp / or model # to replace it .. mm
My unit was not spinning, seemed like no power after it would just sit there and make that humming noise. Used the wrench to loosen up (if any) debris. I didn't realize the little red reset switch on the bottom was not popping out all the way. After the wrench, I then depressed the red button and it worked fine. I would check to make sure your switch is out all the way before trying other solutions.
You have to replace the rinse aid compartment if not the whole inside door shell ,the reason for the coating is because your not using rinse aid.If you are using the same soap than you need to replace the leaking dispensor.