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Fisher and Paykel Nautilus Dishwasher wont advance to take water in .

When put on any cycle it clears any water first then stops and start button flashes tewice repetitively. I was told it was a pump by local store owner and not worth replacing Drains ok I think drain pump is going ok. Mains water supply to machine is going ok

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The problem could be with flood switch at base of dishwasher. Press the float to check if it springs back. Otherwise switch under it is faulty.

Posted on Jan 27, 2013

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SOURCE: My fisher and paykel nautilus dishwasher isn't draining properly

remove strainers and clean and try again

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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