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The metal plate is where the power enters. Under the plate you will see a cord grip, a positive, negative and earth contact.
You will need the correct thickness wire and you can ask at the local builders supply depot for this. They can supply a wired plug for you to fix to it. The best way though is wired direct to a terminal in the wall with a fused switch above the worktop supplying it. This is explained in the first article.
Click on the link above, using your right mouse button, then click "Save Target As..." with the left mouse button. Save the file to an easy to remember location, e.g. your 'Desktop' and, when the download is complete, go to the location where you saved the file and then double-click on it to open it. You will then be able to print it. 2. Open/view file before download
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It sounds as if there is a blockage in the salt matrix / inlet. This can happen if the wrong type of salt is used.
The simple answer is to use the expensive tablets/pods - that include salt. This will improve the wash and hopefully the blockage will free eventually.
Fill the salt container with water regularly to try and help dissolve it - no salt untill it's clear.
If it doesn't clear within a month - it may need stripping and clearing manually - or continue with the premium tablets untill something else breaks - requiring a service.
I see you meant to say LDS 5811BB in your message,. The User manual and a relevant installation Guide is posted in the All Products / LG / 24in LDS 5811 Build-in Dishwasher section (click on the link above and scroll down to the manual and Guide area. OK?
This might mean you have a leak, in your dishwasher. the rings that stop the water from seaping might be broken, or it may be hat your motor is not in good condition. Anyway, i know that that dishwasher is a low quality dishwasher, for it has a reputation all over the internet that it is bad.
If this is an asko dishwasher , most times this problem is caused by water getting into the base pan and setting off the float switch. Turn off the power and take the toe kick off, behind there is a pan runs under the motor and sump if there is water in it clean it out. that will take care of the problem. but you will need to watch and see if you can tell where the water came from sometimes on those unit its just from too much detergent