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Have you tried pushing your lid down to make sure catch doesn't hang-up before pushing back on the button and pulling it upward?
If that doesn't work it maybe damaged (melted by steam, overuse or gunked up with heavy mineral deposits) but to be honest we don't ever open ours. We fill from the pour spout just fine with the lid always closed. You can pour in your descaler the same way.
go to control panel /appearence personisation /system security go downtoo power optionsedit plan settings (change when comp goes to sleep /change advanced power settingsbox will open power options work way down to power buttons and lid open that up + on battrey open lid close action you will see do nothing open that up and press shut down that will shut down youre comp when lid closes
the lids on dishdrawers are pulled down and sealed by lid activaters. there r two types, the screw type and the magnetic solonoid type. the reason your draw gets stuck is your lid activator is not releasing. there are 2 reasons for this 1st- 1 or both activators are faulty. 2nd the lid activator control board is faulty, which is located under the bottom drawer.pull the draw out and see if u can see if the lid is down on 1 side or both sides.please reply 4 more help.
The little button on the laptop pushes down when you close the lid and is probably stuck down. Open the laptop and look at the area near the hinges foe a tiny gray pop up button. If it is stuck down you will need to try pulling it up with tweezers. Mine is above the power button on a D800. Here is your manual ! http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd500/
Your dishwasher has a top lid to seal the tube when it in operation. The seal mode is achieved by 2 actuator valves on both side of the housing pulling your top lid down. Model from 603 to current actuators are electric motor. For previous models they are vacuum pump activation.
When the actuators are bad they are either not pulling down the top lid causing a leak, or not releasing top lid back to its original position causing the lid stuck and the tub can not be pulled out as in your case.
Let's go to diagnostic test mode to see if you can retrieve the the actuator hence the tube out.
1- Press Lock button and start/pause key until the display showing up.
2- Press Power to show HO.
3- Press start button to advance the display until you see LD or LS, if you pass, keep doing it to get it back in a loop.
4- When at LD or LS, press lock to turn on, press a agin to turn off.
5- Listen to the sound of Actuators and at the same time, try to pull the tube out.
6- When it is done, just press the Power button to get out od the diagnstic mode.
7- If you are lucky, if just the seal to replace then it is easier than repalcing the actuators. Good luck.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT IDEA ... ALL WASHERS DO HAVE A SAFTEY SWITCH TO PREVENT PEOPLE GETTING HURT WHEN WASHER IS IN AGITATE OR SPIN CYCLE. IF YOU CANT SEE A SMALL HOLE INSIDE THE RIM OF THE TOP UNDER THE DOOR WHERE A PEG PUSHES DOWN TO CLOSE THE SWITCH ... THEN THEY ARE USUALLY BUILT INTO THE HINGE ASSEMBLY.
THE START BUTTON ALSO ACTIVATES A RELAY THAT MAY BE BAD.