Question about Dishwashers
Make sure the float isn't stuck. It is on the bottom of the
DW basin, it looks like a mushroom. Gently, gently move it up then down. Does it stick? Unstick it and move onto Internet Spades. If this does not help, think of the wonderful nostalgia, doing the dishes by hand and all.
Posted on Jan 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
cause is water in the bottom tray which operates an anti-flood switch and all machine will do is drain.
disconnect from mains
remove bottom panel and mop out water and it will work. if fault re-occurs, then you have a leak which you will have to identify
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Test the door switch and its wiring. The dishwasher is supposed to stop when door is open.
About drain pump, check the pressure switch and eventually replace it(pressure is water level, this is not the float, that is usually overfill-if there is no pressure switch, check float). That is the device that detects if drain is over, stopping the drain pump.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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