Question about Dishwashers
Look for the float.
it will be in the bottom somewhere. This is how your dishwasher knows it has water in it.
your float might be cracked or full of water (then it needs to be replaced. if you just want to drain the dishwasher in the short term, you can always prop up the float (but this will prevent the dishwasher from filling up again, because it will think it is still full...)
Or sometimes it is an open bottom or air-trap type of float and it might just be filled up with grease and stuff.
Reach underneath with your finger (YUCK!) if you can, and scoop out the grease. Then it should work just fine.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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