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LG LDF6810 Dishwasher Starts filling with water then pumps water

At beginning of cycle dishwasher pumps out then begins filling tub with water. In the middle of filling tub with water it begins pumping water out again. The machine continues to cycle with almost no water in the tub. I don't get any error messages. It leads me to believe there is an issue with the circuit board. Any information would be helpfull.

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Because you are not getting an error message, I agree that the controller card is malfunctioning. Almost everthing else would triger an error.
Recommend replacing the controller card.

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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