Question about Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher
It leaks from the bottom near the back left area, not the water supply connection. What could be the source? from inside the washer it looks like it's coming from where the heating element comes up into the inside of the washer, left side back. Could those washers go bad? is it a possible fix? Thanks- Jon
I had a similar problem. So I bought a new computer for it. It didn't fix the problem. It turned out to be the button pannel. With all of moisture surrounding it steam go into the buttons and caused all kinds of faulse info that the computer could not interpt. Had to buy new button pannel and problem was fixed.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
Ifixall is correct. I also learned several things with the apartment buildings I maintain.
1. the screen or pump trap must also be cleaned regularly to make sure there is no debris, food etc stuck in there.
2. The spray arms must be free of debris or obstructions.
3. Jet dry solution must be filled or has some solution in it.
4. Water must be hot
5. Scraping dishes and prewash them before putting them into dishwasher.
6 install water softner sometimes helps. (I don't know how true this is, since I am unable to do this in our buildings)
7 drain line must be picked up, or secured to prevent backwash.
8. MAKE sure that the lower rack is not obstructing the sprayer arms. Sometimes overloading dishwashers will cause dishes not being cleaned properly.
9. if all else fails, a service technician can come out to determine if the dishwasher is operating properly.
Posted on May 24, 2008
SOURCE: lock light will not go off
what you have to do is push and hold, i believe, the air/heat dry button for 5 seconds and that should change the control from lock to unlocked.
look for a "lock" symbol under the button and thats the one that you have to hold in on.
it may not be the air dry button but there will be one that does have the symbol.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
now you'll be able too hear under the tub if motor bearing was the noise.put a long tool to the motor and close to you ear,see if that gives you a clue[i don't want you to give up on it if its not the motor]if was to buy that motor wholesale it would be around 50 bucks or so ,retail about 100 or so.so if replacing depends on the shape of the rest of the unit.[i have sold and installed many]new dishwasher on sale 300$ or so,plus your time to install.but if new its a forsure thing.so depends how much motor,how sure you are wiill solve problem,what shape unit in.hope that helps. God bless ,tom
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: won't full cycle.
Ok. Mine has started working again somewhat. I ran a rinse cycle and the pump motor started working again. I then drained it, and started a regular cycle and it's working again for now. The motor still does not sound right though.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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