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when it fills and water stops /the motor will start up in a min.or so. you should be able to hear the motor & water or just a hum then the motor will click and quit .. the seak kit came with a tool to center the pump housing properly / if this was done it should work. unplug motor and run thru cycle if it finishes cycle timer ok and pump is still problem . the motor may have been damaged from the first problem and water got in top brg. ck motor see if it will turn ...mm
My Maytag Quietseries has the same problem after less than 2 years. Mine is caused by using granular dishwasher detergent, which is the most common type of detergent. I took apart the entire pump inlet section (need a torx scew driver and a small socket for the impeller) and found the white abrasive material from the detergent (Cascade in my case) was packing in and pluging up all areas of the inlet. After I cleaned it all out & reassembled, dishwasher was back to 100%. Also noticed the normal cycle worked much better as well.
The dishwasher lights are all blinking, it starts randomly, like one in every 50 times you press the buttons. I have unplugged it to reset several times. Nothing is working. I'm looking for a solution to blinking lights and it not starting. is there any other way to reset the controls????