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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The machine probably has water in the base (not visibly in the machine, but in the base where the conponents are). Pull the machine out, sit the front on a large towel and holding the back of the d/w pull it towards you. Any water trapped in the base will drain out. It may be a fair amount as the flood safety switch will activate on approx 1.5 ltrs. Once you've cleared the water run a prewash or quickwash to check d/w. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
SOURCE: Water does not drain from
If you have a garbage disposal take the drain off and check the end of the hose and the port on the garbage disposal for blockage. If the drain is clear then you will need to get to the bottom of the unit. on the side of the motor there is a little solenoid attached to a stainless steel rod this is what changes the valve when the pump is running to drain instead of spray. That is probably the issue
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Yes tyhere is a pump that pumps the water out. Sounds like the pump has failed. Make sure to have the model number and serial number of the machine when you call to have it serviced. Since you have taken it apart already, this might be a repair you can do. Remember, unplug the unit before attempting any repairs
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
The pressure chamber or hose (pressure chamber to sump) may be blocked and the microswitch is being activated because the water is not entering the tank quick enough. Isolate from electric, remove lid and left panel (looking from the front). There is a plastic chamber bottom right of left side with two microswitches, either this is blocked or the hose that runs from it to the right and along the back of the kick panel and into the sump. Clear either or both (make sure all hoses are pushed true when repositioning).
Posted on Apr 17, 2013
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