Question about Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD-603SS Built-in Dishwasher
You have blockage inside, in the drain line, or if it connects to the disposal side of the sink. I would first check at the disposal, if it does indeed connect there. Usually gunk from the disposal will clog right at the opening where the dishwasher drain line connects. Clear any debris with the hose disconnected. Reconnect the hose and run water back through the dishwasher to clear the rest out. If it is connected to the disposal your drain line should be looped or at least up high under the sink to prevent garabage from back feeding into your dishwasher. Hope this Helps, Please rate my response! Thanks!! PREM
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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Please drain it again and double check the parts if you bring it back orderly..
if some of the parts are not tighted and bring it back correctly accidentally it will cause some subtances will leak like what you are experiencing.
in this case sometimes we need some specialist to look our machine maybe some parts are damages and need to replace.
any changes happen let me know?
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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Empty the dishwasher and remove the dish racks so that you can easily locate the drain inside your dishwasher. The drain is under a drain grate, usually at the back of the dishwasher.
Remove the drain grate by either popping the grate out, or by unscrewing the screws holding it in place. Different types of dishwashers will have different options.
Use the soapy water and the toothbrush or scrub brush to clean inside the drain area and the grate.
Rinse the drain area with clean water. Then replace the drain grate.
Pour ½ cup of salt, 1 cup of baking soda and 2 cups of vinegar into the drain (in that order). The mixture will bubble. This will clean the drain and the drain hose.
Wait until the vinegar/baking soda mixture has stopped bubbling. Then pour 1 cup of bleach into your detergent dispenser. Replace the dish racks and run the empty dishwasher on a regular cycle. This will clean the entire machine
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