Question about GE 24 in. GLD5860LSS Stainless Still Built-in Dishwasher
You posted under a model GLD5860LSS, so it that is correct fine, if not, this may be slightly off.
First, and easiest, is to disconnect the drain hose at the very end where it connects to the drain or disposer and make sure there is not a blockage there. That is one of the more restricted areas (size wise) in the drain system, and a nut shell or seed or other item can lodge there and obstruct water flow out the drain hose. Second, would be to remove the plastic rectangular raised grate just behind and to the right of the lower wash arm. Look for obstructions there, like wire ties, candy wrappers, and other items. It may be easier to **** the water out with a turkey baster so when you stick your head in the dishwasher you'll be able to see back there.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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