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Hi, I have a GE Triton dishwasher that has had problems draining occasionally. I had a repair man come out about a year ago and he charged us $175.00 for twenty minutes of work. I think he unclogged something. Currently there is about an inch of standing water in the bottom and during the cycle there is this weird crackling noise coming from the bottom front panel. I would like to try and fix this myself if possible. I cannot afford a huge repair bill. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Yes!! The crackling noise you hear is small pieces of food stuck spinning around the moter drain....All you have to do is find the drain hose (some are located under the sink of the kitchen) disconnect it from the draining source (not the back of the dishwasher) now run a long thin wire through the drain hose line poke around and pull in and out!! it may take a few tries but its better then a large Bill!! replace hose and hit drain button!!
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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