Question about Miele 24 in. G892SCU Plus Built-in Dishwasher
I haven't worked on your model. However in general you first need to go through the user manual checks to make certain you've not got a silly. Follow their safety instructions. Manuals are available on their websites e.g. http://www.miele.com/manuals/display_manuals.aspx?bhcp=1
Check the drain pump and non return valve are OK and not blocked.
Check the inlet pipe strainer is clear, and if necessary clean it and descale it.
Check you've got water coming out of the outlet on the wall (carefully, its wet - make certain it doesn't go on the electrics)
Test the fixed drain and hose if the machine is empty by putting some water in it and then turning it on - it should drain in my experience.
If all the above is OK, its possible that the machine has leaked into the bottom tray. You'd need to shut off and disconnect the electricity then open up the bottom compartment of the machine - often a plate on the front behind the kickboard trim. If it has got water in, I'd mop it out and then put it back together. i'd then try running the machine. If it worked in that state I'd bother to replace the leaking seals e.g. on a pump shaft.
Good luck with yours.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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