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Hello. I have a blomberg dishwasher. now it has an error : call service and we found that the bottom of it,on the floor is watery. what is the problem??? what we can do??

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Hi,

Look under the sink where the drain hose from the dishwasher hooks up and make sure the hose dont just drop down and it goes up higher than the drain pipe and then down to the dishwasher ,, water is running back down the drain back into the dishwasher.

Most always keep some water in the tub but if there is water every time then the pump is not pump all the water out ,, pull the d/w drain hose off under the sink and hold it into a bucket and run the d/w in drain mode and if all the water drains from the d/w then you have a house drain problem and need a plumber and if not then you will need a new pump and this is something you will need a tech to come out on.

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Posted on Nov 21, 2010

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SOURCE: Water is settled at the bottom. Filters have been ...

My dishwasher did the same thing after a cycle was interrupted. Try putting your hand under the handle and firmly pushing against the top center of the door so the actuation of the switch is completed (the switch is in the door on my model and I suspect the actuator's travel is not getting completed).

Worked for me after pushing every combination of buttons and waiting for anything to happen.

PS: I pressed the START/CANCEL button during power up and the display showed IF for 5 secs then showed alternating H/H6. Anyone know what that means?

Posted on Dec 25, 2010

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