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My Zanussi DW905 hasn't drained after washing fine. ANy quick tips before I totally dismantle it?

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Hi,

Our same mode dishwasher has just started doing the same thing. We have completely cleaned the filters and moveable parts around the spray arm with no luck. I am aware that with some model dishwashers (usually newer ones) they have an anti flood float that can be activated in if there is a minor pump blockage renderering the draining useless. I'm going to remove the d/w and lay it flat on its back to see if this helps. I think i'm a bit optimistic and the pump is stuffed though.

If you have any ideas i'd be greatful to hear them.

Cheers,

Chris

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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