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Why is my dishwasher not draining?

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SOURCE: indesit DG6100W problem...please help!

Hi, I have the same dishwasher and it fills from the cold supply, not the hot and it doesn't have a cold cycle as is previously suggested, as you will know kellyemb :-)

The Indesit DG6100W does a fill from the cold and heats as it washes, so if it's sticking part way through, it could be the heating element. Have you tried opening the door when it sticks and seeing if the water is hot? The heating element went on ours and it kept tripping the electric whenever the it tried to start to heat the cold water. If it is the element, they don't cost much to replace, even cheaper if you know someone who can fit it for you! Ours cost us around £12 and hubby fitted.

The only other thing I can think of is it might be the timer, like someone has suggested but how to reset it, I have no idea. I have seen on another website that a replacement timer is around £55 plus VAT, which is a little expensive.

Hope you get it fixed.

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SOURCE: Indesit DG6100W dishwasher will not work

It sounds as though the micro-switch inside the lock mechanism is displaced.

Undo the 6 screws at the top of the door (on the inside) and remove the outer pane. This will give you access to the lock mechanism. Please switch it off first.

The micro-switch can then be adjusted so that when the handle is released, the switch engages (you should hear a very soft click).

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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It sounds as though the micro-switch inside the lock mechanism is displaced.

Undo the 6 screws at the top of the door (on the inside) and remove the outer pane. This will give you access to the lock mechanism. Please switch it off first.

The micro-switch can then be adjusted so that when the handle is released, the switch engages (you should hear a very soft click).

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Indesit DG6100W problem...please help!


Hi, I have the same dishwasher and it fills from the cold supply, not the hot and it doesn't have a cold cycle as is previously suggested, as you will know kellyemb :-)

The Indesit DG6100W does a fill from the cold and heats as it washes, so if it's sticking part way through, it could be the heating element. Have you tried opening the door when it sticks and seeing if the water is hot? The heating element went on ours and it kept tripping the electric whenever the it tried to start to heat the cold water. If it is the element, they don't cost much to replace, even cheaper if you know someone who can fit it for you! Ours cost us around £12 and hubby fitted.

The only other thing I can think of is it might be the timer, like someone has suggested but how to reset it, I have no idea. I have seen on another website that a replacement timer is around £55 plus VAT, which is a little expensive.

Hope you get it fixed.

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