Question about GE 24 in. GLD4100L Free-Standing Dishwasher
My GE Triton XL gushes out water a number of times during the cycle at the air gap on top of the sink, how can I stop this?
When you refer to the air gap, are you referring to the drain pipe of the washer to the house plumbing connection?
There can be two reasons for this
1)The receiver of the gap does not allow a high enough head to push the water through the trap initially and you have an overflow until the water begins to flow. Since you have an air gap, there is no pressure to force the flow other than gravity so if the stand pipe is very short combined with a fast flow into it, you may get a temporary "restriction" effect.
2)A clogged vent. depending on how the plumbing system is built, I can see where this may cause a slight pressure build up on the other side of the p trap and cause the same situation as #2.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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