Question about Jenn-Air 24 in. JDB1250AWS Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
I was able to trick the latch and look inside while it was running and noticed that none of the sprayers moved at all. There is also some kind of sprayer in the back where the top rack sits into the back side of the dishwasher, and that is squirting water. Maybe it is supposed to. Also the water is pretty warm, about 110. The water at my tap is much hotter than that. Maybe it's time for a new one, but I would like to try to save it, it matches the other appliances.
Repairs should be preformed by an authorized service person. the flat tube in the rear is a manifold that allows water to flow from the main motor assembly. if there isn't enough or any water flowing to the manifold then the manifold is disconnected from the main motor or the main motor is not pumping efficiently. replace the main pump assembly or reconnect the manifold to the pump if dis connected.
Posted on Jun 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This happened to me after installation. they had installed a one way valve backwards in the drain line and had to reverse it.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: JDB1100AWS not rinsing
if your filter assembly is clogged you are going to need to clean it. if it is really bad then it should be replaced. the part number is 99003292 and would probable cost about $30. the other thing is start your dishwasher on a rinse cycle and see if you have suds in the bottom do not put additional detergent in while checking this. if you have suds run vinegar in the dishwasher to help get rid of the suds as that can cause the same problem. Let me know if you need additional info
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
i had the exact same issue. it's a broken latch mechanism, and is a fairly common problem.
i bought the part at my local repair shop for $45 (you can find it online for $30). it literally took 10 minutes.
you need to right size bit to remove the 10 bolts on the interior of the door. once you have those out, the latch slides right out of the top. there are 2 electrical connectors (careful - you can get a shock. disconnect the 2 connectors, reconnect to the new one, and zip your 10 bolts back in. super easy
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
We had similar type of problem (as well as residual water always left in bottom) and after pulling out the dishwasher, found that the drainage tube was incorrectly installed by contractor. It was laying on the floor behind it with a only a slight rise to the garbage disposal inlet. I suspect this contributed to sewer odors as well a water back flowing into the dishwasher. I disconnected drainage tube so that it went up 24+" and then connected to garbage disposal (creates a loop that blocks sewer odors and back flow conditions). I also cleared out the filter at bottom of inside the dishwasher. The Use & Care Guide suggested using baking soda in China/Crystal mode for 10 minutes, opening the front door and letting it sit overnight. I repeated that for 3 nights and it did clear up the remaining odor. Don't know if this will help your issue or not. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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