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Maytag jet clean dishwasher model WU304 leaks - outlet hose leaks

When the wash and rinse cycles are completing the hose under the housing sprays water. Does the hose need replacing or can it be repaired in any way?

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If the hose has a hole in it you should replace it because it is worn out .Usually when these hoses leak you just need to tighten the clamp or reset the hose on the outlet.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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<span>Instructions</span> <ol> Dishwasher Does Not Run <li> <br /> Make sure the power is on, door is latched and controls are set properly.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Look to see if the door switch, timer or selector switch are defective. Solve this problem by using a screwdriver to adjust the door latch's strike slightly.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Confirm that the power cord is plugged into the electrical outlet under the sink (if applicable).<br /> </li> Dishwasher Won't Fill <li> <br /> Check your hot water supply stop valve under the sink. Turn it counter clockwise to ensure that it is open.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Turn off the power and wait for your dishwasher to cool.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Look inside for a float located at the base of the unit. Lift out the float device and clean around the tube. Rinse off the float and reattach it making sure it moves up and down freely.<br /> </li> Dishwasher Doesn't Drain <li>Remove the air gap cover (short chrome cylinder located at the back of your sink) and clean it using a wire.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Check the drain hose for kinks and blockages.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Shut off the power to your dishwasher and remove the strainer located at the base of the cabinet under the bottom spray arm. Scrub it clean then reattach it to the appliance.<br /> </li> Dishwasher Leaves Film on the Dishes <li> <br /> Add a rinse additive to your washing cycle and see if this solves the problem. In addition, do not pre-rinse your dishes prior to placing them into the dishwasher. Food particles allow the detergent and drying agents to work more effectively.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Listen to the spray arms during a wash cycle. If they appear to be moving too slowly, use a wire to clean out the spray holes.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Make sure the dishes haven't blocked the detergent dispenser or jammed the spray arms.<br /> </li> Dishwasher Leaks <li> <br /> Cut back on the amount of detergent used during the wash cycle. Sometimes this alone will solve your problem.<br /> </li> <li> <br /> Make sure the appliance is level by adjusting the front feet up or down.<br /> </li> <li><br />Take off the lower front panel and check the hoses for leaks.<br /></li></ol><span><br /><br /><a href="http://www.ehow.com/how_2120626_troubleshoot-dishwashers.html#ixzz18lyYrfk2"><br /></a></span>

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A dishwasher may clean poorly for a number of different reasons. Before replacing parts or looking for a fault I suggest going through the following checklist:

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  • Check for leaks in the duct to the upper spray arms, make sure that the upper spray arm is well mounted.
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  • Check for food obstruction in the drain or disposer.
  • Check that the drain hose at the back is not kinked.
  • Check that the machine is completing the cycle.
  • Try running a light cycle with both sides of the detergent cup filled with soda or Jet Cleaner product.

If none of the above is the problem, then improper cleaning may be caused by a faulty part. Parts that may result in poor cleaning if faulty are:
Accumulator Filter connected to pump
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  • Spray arms.
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  • Wash Impeller pump.


Regards.

Ginko

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Hi Jim.

A dishwasher may clean poorly for a number of different reasons. Before replacing parts or looking for a fault I suggest going through the following checklist:

  1. Make sure you are not using a rinse only cycle, test using Hi Temp Wash cycle and Hi Scrub.
  2. Check that you are using proper detergent, as suggested in the manual.
  3. Make sure you are using rinse aid.
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  8. Make sure that incoming water from the house has pressure and that hot water has about 120F(50C).
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Regards.

Ginko

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