Question about Kenmore 24 in. 17669 Free-standing Dishwasher
We accidently dumped about 1/2 cup of sunflower seed shells in the dishwasher. Kids tried to run it anyway and now there is a loud noise comming from the bottom. We tried to take the round parts out of the inside and see if we couldn't get to the seeds but there is a round gray disk that spins when we ty to loosen the nut. Are we even on the right track?
Is it too hopeful to think that they will somehow drain out themselves? Please help!
You are on the right track, just dismantle what you see inside the base, but remember to note what goes where and in what order, also the waste pump could now be blocked, normally one or two or a small amount of seeds would work there way through, but may take time, and some could be lodged in the pump blade
have patience and work with care its not a hard job and should be right once cleared out
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
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Just as with any other food that you may purchase in the bulk section, make sure that the bins containing the sunflower seeds are covered and that the store has a good product turnover so as to ensure the seeds' maximal freshness.
When purchasing unshelled seeds, make sure that the shells are not broken or dirty. Additionally, they should be firm and not have a limp texture. When purchasing shelled seeds, avoid those that appear yellowish in color as they have probably gone rancid. In addition, if you are purchasing sunflower seeds from a bulk bin, smell them to ensure that they are still fresh and have not spoiled.
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birds like different kinds of seeds. For example, almost all birds enjoy
sunflower seeds. Other popular seeds include safflower, corn, Millet, Milo,
Nyjer and Suet. If you know of a certain species of bird that lives near you,
you can check the chart on this website to see what seeds that bird enjoys.
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