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Model 665/157874000/Undercounter Dishwasher

A few days ago our hot water dispenser began to take a long time when filling a mug. At the same time, my dishwasher began to make a faint grinding sound. Now the grinding sound is very loud and I began to smell a faint burning smell. I have not turned it back on since draining the last cycle.

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Re: Model 665/157874000/Undercounter Dishwasher

Hi First I would check to see if the water may have been turned almost off under the sink, it will be the Hot water side. if that don't help then check for something plugging the line. let me know what you find, or we can go deeper krazytech

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