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Re: Water left in the units top & bottom
From what you describe, the drain hoses are not properly connected.
1. Each drawer has its own drain hose. Each hose should terminate at the drain point with a 'Y' adapter. 2. Inspect the drain point (under the sink where the drain pipes are) to make sure this 'Y' adapter is present. (you should see two drain hoses from the DW). If not present, then the DW drain lines are not installed properly. (Someone took a shortcut and installed the 'Y' adapter behind the DW) 3. If terminated properly, make sure the drain hoses extend upward as they leave the drain point.
It is important the drain lines are connected properly to ensure proper drainage from the DW. Consult the installation manual for complete details.
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Probably jug impellor part number (424099) from espares, buyspares or bosch direct. No fix unfortunately, this problem manifests as unit starts to fill and motor does not switch on. Eventually the unit overfills and the pump and fill start to alternate and check water light comes on. If this is the fault then this part is the solution it runs in line with the inlet valve and side fill chamber, take the left side panel off (looking from the front) it is tucked away behind the hoses bottom left (white plastic disc with two wire connection tag). Check water light can also come on if the unit is not pumping, if this is the case, repost and I will try and talk you through clearing this fault.
OK, I Fixed it. Overcame mutiple issues. Here's the deal. 1. Call Cuisinart. If your in warrenty, they will just ship you a new one. 2. The issue is that ground overflow the basket and clog a check valve in the water line. 3. instructions assume coffee maker is positioned upside down and with water chamber closest to you.
Solution: Dissasemble and flush grounds out. 1.Remove botoom plate. They intentially made it impossible to get into There are custom 10mm torx screws with nipples in the middle (like compaq computer did to prevent us from opening computers). Answer DRILL them out. Extreme sounding but really pretty easy on the cheap soft screws.
Drill out four (4) screws and Remove bottom piece.
2. Free up Bottom plastic base. (hoses and wires will prevent true removal) Next issue is getting long (4 inch) size #0 screwdriver and removing 5 phillips screws. I had to got to home depot because Target and walmart didn't carry anything small enough and long enough.
3. Remove left silicon hose (Orange). Lots of stuff here. a. pull BOTH hoses off the plastic (not aluminum) nipples down inside the coffee maker. No clamps, just pull up. b.Move LEFT metal clamp back off alum tube on the left hose. c. work LEFT hose off tube (know that it is full of grounds,,,)
4. Flush CAUTION: Don't force this next step with water pressure. THere is a check valve which is supposed to stop flow one direction. You can feel the checkvalve and see it once grounds are out. a. Clean hose out. Logic says use sink, but I just used water in my mouth to gently go back and forth and grounds flowed into waste glass. flush FROM metal clip to water chamber. Get all grounds out. b. you can validate check valve working again because you can feel flow only goes one way as you swish water back and forth (again mouth works great) b. Re-attach hose to alum tube c. Flush from left hose through tube through right hose into waste glass.
5. Reinstall. a. know that circuit board has to be seated in slot b. position base on and install 5 screws c. THEN attach hoses to plastic d. put on base plate. Mine kind of snapped in place, but I put clear tape on it to hold it there. A real mechanic would of drilled out the screws and installed larger ones. Meh.
You've either got a bad timer on the ice maker or the water valve is defective. You need to verify that the timer is moving first. If it isn't try pushing in on the dial on the end of the ice maker. It is under the white square cover at the end of the ice maker, usually towards the door, but in some units it points to the left side wall. If it begins to run when you do that, then the timer is broken. If not then I would say that the valve is defective.
Sounds like the machine is not pumping out the water at the end of the cycle. There is a solenoid valve located near the pump down below. It has a pipe which extends to the waste and another which goes to the wash arms. The pump will either send water to the arms or the waste. IF this valve is jammed...usually with food waste...it will not pump out. Often, the valve can be cleaned and reinstalled.
On the left hand side you will see a clear plastic panel full of tubes and small tanks. This is the metering tank. At the bottom left of this unit, is a black pipe held on with a clip. There will almost definately be a blockage between this point and the sump. You can either buy and fit a new pipe or do what I did with mine, which was to remove it and clean it with hot water and a bottle brush. Seems to work like new again now.
You'll have to get the machine onto it's right side to remove the lower end of the black pipe from the sump. I drained as much excess water as possible out of the machine by sitting it on bricks, tilting it to the left and catching the water in a dish as it came out of the float hole. Some will also come out of the funny plastic tube which runs across the top of the machine - I carefully removed this first and caught this water in a pan.
Drain the waste pipe and disconnect the water supply.
Replace the right side casing on to protect the feed to the upper spray unit and put the machine on it's right hand side. Once the machine is on its right hand side, fin the water inlet valve and carefully remove its bracket from the chasis of the machine. You will need cross head and a torx screwdrivers - one for each screw. Once this is loosened, push some of the water supply pipe into the machine so you can move the bracket to the right a little to gaine access to the waste pipe. Remove this by removing the two gold coloured screws. This should now give you easy access to the sump end of the black pipe which lead from the metering tank. Remove this and clean it out. Pop all the parts back, stand you machine upright. Reconnect the watre supply and the waste and give it a rinse cycle to test - number 1 on the dial.
Hope this helps. My apologies if any of the take apart is not completely accurate - I don't want to turn my machine over again to check!
this is a necht dishwasher under one year old the problem is as follows. machine switche on make the normal noises to start with after about two minutes it beeps for about twenty seconds machine then stops. The water does not seem to be coming into the machine but a small amount of water does come in at the botom of the machine ie. where the waste is. Please can you help.