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here are some things to try first before calling repair person.
unplug the unit, if you can remove the unit , do it., IF NOT, JUST REMOVE THE ICE TRAY UNIT, leave unplugged for 30 minutes.
make sure the water is following, see if you get cold glass of water, this means the system has water, and IF NOT, check the line frozen or damaged,
after 30 minutes plug the unit back in, install the ice tray properly secured in place, make sure the leaver flush against the ice maker
it may take 1 hour or more and go look see if it producing ice
if it is not producing ice than call a repair person.
may have a plugged line somewhere or the bottom filter thingy forget what its called may be damaged or plugged also. have to run water thru and try and follow the hoses by removing each one to see where water is or is not flowing? as for the bottom u have to remove the basket, and the covering at bottom, the spindle should pop out with a lil pull but some have a screw or snap that needs removijng
Sounds like it is trying to drain water. Pump filter is probably clogged. Washer wont work properly if it thinks water not draining all the way. Pump assemblies usually are at bottom behind lower front panel. Remove pump cap and filter, clean and reinstall. Should solve problem.
I had the same problem. I took out the filter and cleaned it, scooped out as much water as I could and poured some sink unblocker into the bottom of the washer, followed by some hot water. After leaving it a while I took the plastic mesh cover off, and removed and cleaned all the bits I could (will be different on different washers). Then I put it all back together and ran a quick wash, and it worked. I did a couple more washes with it empty in case there was any cleaner still lurking. Result - one unblocked (and sparkly clean!) dishwasher. Hope this helps!
ok i run a appliance repair company DENTON appliance and your problem is simple you have a water temp problem the are two thermo sensor under the bottom of the tub one or both are bad causing the heater not to come on to heat the water. it could be a bad heating element but you would be able to see a burned spot on the element. it takes hot water to remove the soap film this should fix your problem.
sorry no luck with a free online manual but if you don't mind paying then you could get a manual here.
Best I can think of for removing the dough bade is to pour boiling water on it, leave it to soak for a bit then empty the water out and try and pull it off while hot (gloves).if no luck then try doing the same with iced water with some ice to try and cool it down really quickly.
Hope this helps :)