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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Beko Freestanding Dishwasher
Hi there ....this condition is ususally caused by a water leak into the sump of the dishwasher which activates a safety switch to run the drain pump..preventing the appliance from being used....Remedy...tip the dishwasher back in the head allowing excess water to exit from the sump...then with the door open check that the air vent lock ring is secure, thet the salt unit retaining ring is secure..and finally that the filter unit to base screws are secure...this done re-start and you should b fine
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
Hi Dave, this sounds like your water valve is toast. It isn't closing when not energized likely due to mineral deposit preventing the valve plunger from seating. The valve will need to be replaced, they aren't serviceable nowdays, but it should be available at a local brick & mortar part places or any number of on-line vendors. Just provide them with your model number and they should be able to fix you up for under $50 if you can do-it-yourself. Hope this helps move you forward. Let me know if I can assist you further and thanks for visiting "fixya". Good luck macmarkus :)
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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The pump running continuously even with the door open means the anti-flood protection system has been activated. This is caused by one of the following:
- Defective or stuck float switch
- Stuck float
- Water leaking into the base of the machine
You're going to need to pull the washer out from under the counter to investigate. It's easiest to start by checking whether any water has leaked into the base. Switch the power off at the breaker/outlet and pull the washer all the way out.Then tilt the washer forward slowly to about 45 degrees with the door closed.
If water appears on the floor at the front of the washer, then water has leaked into the base of the machine. It's a good idea to put some old towels on the floor in front of the washer before doing this to absorb any water that comes out. Also, the washer is heavy and the bottom has a tendency to slide out, so get someone to help you tilt it, if possible.
If there is no sign of a leak, you need to remove the left side panel when facing the door and check the float. You'll need a Torx T20 screwdriver to remove the screws securing the panel - 2 at the front which are only visible with the door open and one at the back near the top of the panel. With the side panel removed, you should see an assembly similar to this one near the front corner:
I've ringed the float switch in red. This is activated by the red shaft running vertically below. You need to make sure the switch clicks on and off when you raise and lower the red lever. If the switch is stuck on it will need to be replaced. Hopefully, it's just stuck and raising and lowering it a few times will resolve the problem
Hope this helps. Please try this, then let me know if you need further assistance. Please also include the full model number - SL84A30 is incomplete and there are several possible models that could be your dishwasher. The full number will be something like SL84A305UC/12 and I will need to know this in the event that any replacement parts are required. You can reply to me by clicking on "Add a Comment" below your question.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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