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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a disposal make sure it is clear. You can put some icecubes in it to clean the blades and run some water through to make sure the drain is clear. If the dishwasher will still not pump out all the water check the drain line from the dishwasher to the sink drain for obstructions. If the drain is you will have to check the pump for obstructions. Sometimes glass, popcorn, toothpicks etc.... can get in the pump and prevent it from pumping out. If the pump is clear, then you will need a new pump. Good luck to you.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
At the site below is the diagram for the door latch and assembly.
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W10130694 HANDLE, LATCH (WHT) (Series: 10) In-Stock $ 16.75 99003347 LATCH ASSEMBLY (Series: 10) In-Stock $ 21.80
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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Well the most probable reason is that the wiring connectors located at the bottom of the dishwasher behind the toe panel were wired wrong and have shorted out or burned off, the next thing to look at is the control panel. (not control board, the actual panel with the buttons) you can take apart and check to make sure the ribbon cable is still connected, but most likely will be one of those two problems, If you need to get down and really dirty the next step would be to start taking voltage readings.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
I had the same problem with my QS 100. I disconnected power first via the breaker then removed the 11 screws. I couldn't loosen the two electrical connections, but the door pulled far enough away to inspect the handle mechanism. The plastic handle fell out of whole handle assembly rather easily because two molded plastic pins protuding from either side had broken off and were loose inside. There was also a pair of molded plastic v-shaped forks right on the panel to hold the handle assembly and these were damaged but they just to seem to act as guides only (as the handle assembly is held in by two of the screws that were removed). Replacing the v-shaped forks would require a whole new door which I am NOT doing. It looks like I can a replacement handle in the same color with new pins (I am reading they may now be metal) for about ##15. Pretty easy to disassemble and inspect, only about 15 minutes.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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