Question about Dishwashers
I removed the top cleaning head and removed any debris that may have obstructed the flow. It is still not cleaning on top.
Turn it on and let it run for a little while. Open the door and check to see how much water is actually in the bottom. Depending on which model you have, you should have at least the entire floor covered in about 1" of water. If it looks like you can fit a couple quarts of hot water in there, do so, and see if that helps.
If it does, you probably need a water inlet valve, because you aren't getting enough water in the machine fast enough. Check the valve knob under the sink first and make sure that it is open just to rule that out.
If you do have enough water in the bottom, you might want to call a repairman... or start taking it apart and checking for anything that is blocking water flow.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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