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Dishwasher not working

Dishes weren't getting clean. Some soap still in dispenser. Replaced fill value. Removed lower spray arm to check screen and impellar. Cleaned water inlet. Now, when I operate the machine; water fills, then heats. Then you hear a clicking sound, then a humming sound, like a motor wants to run. But nothing. No spray. Spray arms were working before I started the process. What did I do wrong?

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  • joe merigold Jul 25, 2007

    turned out to be the pump. rusted and frozen up. not bad for a 5 1/2 year old kitchenaid product. of course the warrenty expired after 5 years.

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Nothing by the sound of it. The humming may mean the main pump is stuck. If you are able, remove the pump & turn the impellor by hand (or screwdriver) just to make sure its free moving. Put it back into machine & see what you get. Could also mean that the capacitor on the main pump (if it is a capacitor start motor) has failed.

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