Question about Dishwashers
Even though the motor comes on when the washer is turned on, when water should be pumping into the appliance, nothing happens. Yesterday while investigating the problem I found standing water and black slimey mold under the filter screen
I first checked the water valve in the dishwasher. It was working properly. The overflow or water level sensor had become stuck in the 'high level' position, thus telling the washer that it was already full of water. I corrected that and it began working properly. As for water in the bottom of the dishwasher that didn't seem to be draining completely - I turned the timer to a point in the cycle where it would drain, making sure I turned the washer off before it cycled back to the 'fill or rinse' cycle. I think the water had accumulated because of the timing of the cycles getting out of sync with the water level in the washer.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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