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GE Dishwasher not working...

It stopped mid-cycle. When I close it and turn the dial, you can hear it click through the cycles, but nothing happens...no water, nothing. I'm not sure what to do at this point, there is still water in the bottom from when it stopped. I checked the circuit breaker to see if anything was wrong there...and nothing. Any suggestions, would be a big help.

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Sounds like you have a one of four possible issues. More info to diagnose would be helpful. (age, which mid cycle) If the motor runs when you turn the timer dial than it is a belt/motor pump issue. If the motor does not run than a bad motor start switch or the water level switch. More than likely the motor/pump assembly as this is usually the problem on these models. If newer check with whirlpool the manufacturer to see if it is covered by warranty.

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