Using the remote,there is apparent electrical connection, pulsating sound is heard,yet no water comes from the spray. the spray comes out and retract after few seconds.
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I have spent many years (47) in the catering industry using catering dishwashers, under counter models, corner- wash stations and also conveyer machines..
The milky water is a by-product of the wash water and rinse water mixing.
The spray are has to rotate freely or the dishes won't wash or rinse properly. They spins a lot faster than you realise and this adds pressure to the water, but also a pulsating effect to remove dirt.
Over doing the salt can cause more problems that it solves. The gritty film may indeed BE salt. I actually prefer Calgon as a softener.
My advice is to remove both top and bottom spray arms. Check the slots/holes for obstruction, and run water through them under a tap, outside to inside (the opposite to how it is in the machine) rocking the arms up and down to allow any obstructions to flush out. Lemon pips and toothpicks are out biggest problem! Put the arms back and make sure they spin freely. Sometimes they just lock up for no apparent reason!
Use CLR descaler in the machine to clean it using the instructions on the bottle. Then run the dishwasher using the recommended doses of detergent and rinse aid.
Remove the plug in the right rear that connects the circulation pump, test for 110V voltage at the plug ramaining in the bracket, this machine was made by whirlpool for Scotsman, usually after a clean is done with the solution, it's very common that the circulation pump mecahanically fails. Either the impeller has slid up on the shaft, or the steel plate has rusted and caused an alignment issue with the shaft. You will most likely need a replacement pump, Scotsman part# 02217220. PleazerAppliance....
This dishwasher uses a pulsating mechanism to push water to each of the spary arms forcing water alternatingly in each arm. This ensures a strong spray is maintained for cleaning. The pulsating action is obtained through a ball (see item 58 in this diagram). It is possilble that this ball is either stuck or is damaged and needs to be replaced.
The wiring connections could be full of water and need to be dried out and or sprayed with a water dispersant.
Sounds like you may have sucked water in to your diff housing through the breather hose. This is a common cause of driving through high water. However I'd check the electric connections first.
The motor doesn't pulsate when you are spraying and pulsattes when not spraying is normal otherwise the pressure will just keep building and burn out the pump. However, if you are not using the sprayer right away then the unit should be shut off until your ready to start again.
I hope the answer is helpful, please rate if the answer has helped in any way. Good Luck and have a great weekend.
Most modern washers dont have pressure switches but a water pulsating module which sences how much water that goes in the chamber. If the pulsator does not function correctly(assuming the water pressure is correct) ,then it wont send the correct water input signal to the processor.Could be a few other reasons, but info given is limited.
This sounds like an internal leak. If you are handy enough here is a schematic. On B@ it could be #25 is sticking or the valve inside #8 is leaking or the water seals #18 need replacing or #1 is leaking
Obtain some electrical contact cleaner. This is an Isopropyl alcohol spray specifically made for cleaning electronics that will not leave any residue. Remove the batterys from the remote. using a very small screwdriver, carefully pry apart and separate the two plastic shells that make up the remote body. You want to spray the circuit board liberally with the cleaner on both sides to remove all water and water borne minerals. The spray will dry quickly by itself with no residue. Reassemble the remote when the board is completely dry. I just used this technique on a key fob remote for my car that had gone through the washer and dryer and it works just fine and I saved $90.