Question about Hoover Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is most likely that the drain is blocked. Remove the lower front panel on the dishwasher. You will see the drain hose connected to a small pump close to the floor. disconnect the hose and remove the pump. There will be some water so be prepared with some paper towels, or rags. Remove the small pump so you can visually inspect it on the inside, remove any debris you find. If there is no debris there go under the kitchen sink and disconnect the other end of the dishwasher hose. you can then remove the entire hose to inspect it for a blockage. If no blockage in the hose, you must then check the path of the drain water through the garbage disposal [if you have one] and then the trap.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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