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Re: How to take or remove drawers out of 2 drawer Fisher...
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1. Unplug machine. 2. Slide drawer open, remove two pegs that secure front panel to drawer (one on each side of drawer) 3. Slide front panel down and out, remove green ground wire. 4. Depress tabs that hold bottom plastic cover on bottom of drawer and remove entire cover, being careful not to break the tabs. 5. Disconnect tan water fill hose from rinse dispenser. 6. Disconnect two wire harnessess at control board. 7. DIsconnect drain hose from pump base. (might want to put a pan underneath to catch water) 8. Depress tabs on hose/harness coupler at bottom rear of drawer and dis-engage the coupler. 9. Lift drawer off slides.
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If the power is connected and you are able to program the wash cycle, then it appears the drawer close sensor is failing. The controller is unable to detect drawer close and start the wash cycle. Need to replace the sensor or clean it. The location is shown on page 10 item 5 (tub home sensor) in this parts manual
It could have fogged up because you had the drawer cover off in the first place.
The problem may be the alignment of the mirrors. If the control board has slipped down so that the mirrors do not line up to the photo cell and led---that can cause the problem you are having. Make sure the mirrors (light tubes) are properly lined up with the photo cell and led on the control board. You may have to move the control board to make this alignment. Once aligned secure the board in place and this should solve your problem. NOTE: MAKE SURE THE POWER IS TURNED OFF BEFORE YOU MAKE THIS REPAIR.
I am assuming the F1 fault is showing on both the drawers.
This is normally due to flood switch at base of dishwasher housing getting set.
This is due to water leakage from the drawers into the base. To clear it you need to turn power off. Take out the bottom drawer and dry the base of housing with towels and hair dryer. The flood switch is mounted on power board at the base.
Put drawer back and turn the power on. The drawer removal is done by taking out 2 plastic plugs one on each side of drawer and taking front cover off. Then pull drawer out and unclamp from rails. Pull out carefully without damaging houses and wiring a the back. Put back in reverse.
Open the drawer, on both sides, near the front there is a small circulat pin, with a slot in the middle, grab the middle with a pliers, and pull straight out, with this out, the square button in front of the hole will push in, and slide it slightly back, then the drawer will slide out, and you can lift it off the rails.
Hi! There are two small clips down in the front of each drawer, one on each side. You depress these clips/tabs which are attached to the drawer slides, and then the drawer can be lifted away from the rails. You need to be very careful not to damage the hose/wire harness guide behind the drawer. What may have happened is one of the "spring clips" on the rear of the rails has popped up when the drawer was open so the drawer will not have that "snap shut" feel you are used to when the drawer is almost all the way closed.
Have you cleaned the drain filter ? If not, clean that ( it is beneath the rack where the utensil bin is normally positioned and accessible by lifting up the plastic door..If that is clogged up then your drain flow will be restricted. Also, check to make sure the drain line is not restricted ( pinced or clogged). .And yes , the drain is pumped out. If these tips do not get you going, please write back and let me know.. will help get your dw going ...