Question about Frigidaire FPHD2491KF Dishwasher
Good Afternoon bbriones113 - From what you are stating, there is water entering and leaving the unit and the heating element is working. However, what exactly is the issue the unit is experiencing? From my understanding the unit is completing the cycle, but what do you mean by the washpump is not working? Could you please be a little more specific and with this information I can better address the issue. Thank you and I look forward to your response.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check under the dishwasher, but first switch off your main breaker.
Check to see if connections are secure, and not corroded. After that, replace the heater coil if all else fails.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Depending on your dishwasher, it fills either by a timer or by a water probe or float. I will assume its a timer as a probe or float wouldnt exhibit this behaviour. I would say you have a restriction in your water supply line. Check your valves, any screen filter in the water line for sand/scale/silicate/etc, pressure regulator if applicable. Another posibility is a poor magnet in your fill valve.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
There are many probable causes of failure .
A dishwasher's water inlet valve is its most common part to fail. When your dishes are not being fully cleaned, quite often a faulty water inlet valve is to blame. Test your dishwasher's water inlet valve, and if it is no longer functioning as it should, you will have to replace it.
Water temperature is a key element in achieving clean dishes. A dishwasher's heating element is not designed to heat the water that enters it. Rather, the heating element is designed to maintain the heat of the water that enters the dishwasher. Its a good idea to run the hot water in your sink for a couple of minutes before you run the dishwasher. Just to make sure the water is nice and hot before it enters the dishwasher. If the water is unable to stay hot, it can adversely affect your dishwasher's cleaning ability.
There is a filter in your dishwasher. Its function is to keep large particles of food and foreign objects away from the pump. Many of the newly-manufactured dishwashers have self-cleaning filters, and routine cleaning isn't a concern. However, some other dishwashers need to have the filter removed and cleaned regularly. If the filter or grate is clogged or blocked with debris, it may interfere with the normal functioning of your dishwasher
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Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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