Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB750RCC Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
The dish washer works on every cycle but wash is the pump bad
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishwasher Repair
Ebers, you have a seperate wash and drain motor on this model. When you remove the bottom panel the drain pump will be on the right and the circulation (wash) pump will be in the rear. You are going to have to verify that you have power getting to the wash motor. Sometimes this is difficult without removing the dishwasher. The motor may have a quick connect harness going to it that you can check voltage there. If you have voltage to the motor during the wash cycle and it's not running, well, there's the problem. If no voltage, then it's probably a timer issue. Catriver..post back
Posted on Feb 05, 2007
SOURCE: dish washer won't wash
is the drain hose to low causing the dishwasher to fill and drain at the same time,if the water level is to low the motor wont wash the soap out of the dispenser.hope this helps
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
check the drain pump at the button of the dishwaher.
its not a big job, but it is a pain to take it out.
once you have it out, take a look of the bland on the motor, make sure they are all there, missing bland will cause the water to bunce back and nto drain completely. take a look of the motor, it should turn freely. the pump is oneway. make sure nothing else is broken from the pump and the outlet.
if all failed, replace the pump.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
I had this same problem and after having the repairman over to our house several times and having the circuit board changed, I figured it out on my own...
It turns out that the pressure created from the steam during the water heating stage (HO) was pushing on the door latch just enough to prevent the motor from running properly. Because the door wasn't latched completely, the water wouldn't drain and the dishwasher would go to the "Drying" cycle without ever pumping the water out of the basin.
I adjusted the levelling on the DW and that helped, but I'm still not sure that the problem is fixed. We may need a new latch assembly.
To test this, when the DW stops running at any time, push on the door. If the motor kicks back on, this is the problem.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
the spray arm may be blocked see when door is open that it can spin and is any thing blocking the spray arm ,check if any food particles is in spray arm or tower check these areas out first write back if this dosnt work out.thanks
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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