Question about Dishwashers
We bought a new KitchenAid under the counter dishwasher and it is 3 years and 2 months old. It was quiet when new and it has been making whirring noises for about 2 months. It doesn't appear to be a chopper issue, because it makes the same noises each time we run it, about 5 times a week. We had an older "noisy" model for about 20 years, and the only thing to go bad on that one was the racks started to wear out and rust in the inside. That one always sounded like a jet airplane...this one is starting to sound that way and getting louder. We changed to different cycles and it makes no difference. What can I do, besides calling a service tech (like the manual says I should). I'm handy and I installed it. I just need some direction on what to do. Please help.
Very possible that it is indeed something stuck in the chopper assemble, remove the lower wash arm, from ther youll remove 4-5 torx15- screws and then under there you find another torx 15 screw , after removng the screw you can pry up hte cover form the right side and reveal the chopper assembly, i would refrain form removing the chopper if at all possible, its kinda a pain in the rear to put back in, buit you can cean any junk out if ness.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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