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LG LD12AW2 Dishwasher overflowing

Have cleaned out the gunk in the small water reservoir that links to the pressure switch and cleaned the pressure swithc, but no luck. Still overflow. Whe i watch the water reservoir fill after going through the drain cycle first, it seems like the reservoir is only getting a small amount of water in it and then stopping - no way to trigger the pressure switch to do its job. What would be causing this?

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  • Steveo808 Apr 29, 2009

    Hey there

    You have to pardon my ignorance on this one but i am assuming that the water inlet port is the white plastic fitting about 1/3 of the way up on the left hand side of the machine?

    I am having the same problem and can you give me a bit of an estimate on what it should cost to get it fixed ?

    I am in Perth and if you have a contact here I would happily use them because i think you give the free advice here is very commendable .....

    Thanks

    Steve

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On the LG LD-12AW2 model, there is a float assembly just behind the wall where the water inlet port is located inside the unit.
When that float (or the micro-switch inside it) fails, water will continue to flow in without stopping . That causes the overflowing.
Post back here if you are looking for more specific guidance.
Good Luck!

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