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Defy DW12 water pump runs continuously despite no water in the machine and won't go into next program. I have replaced the timer, still same problem

Replaced the timer

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Pump continuing to run -Asko D3100

Micro switch was actually faulty,moisture had entered the switch and caused internal tracking and shorting out the micro switch ,making the pump run continually as it thought it was still in flood mode.
Flood appears to have been caused by a pin hole in the water fill hose in the base of the dishwasher,causing water to spray on the micro switch and eventually biuld up in the base of the machine.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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SOURCE: speed queen washer leaking & won't pump out water .....

Ok, so the leak isn't from the bottom?
If it is spinning before pumping out, the water very likely will rise out of the top due to centripetal force.
At this point, I would lean towards the timer being bad, since it is the "brains" of the outfit. The contacts that tell things to kick in (and stop) all are on this little item... at least on all the washers I have dealt with.
I don't see an age or model number for this machine, other than speed queen, so I really couldn't give much more advice without that.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: frigidaire dishwasher #FDB435RFR1 Wash cycle runs way too long

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Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Defy Dishmaid DW12 stopped mid cycle and does not respond

Exact same peoblem. Did you guys have any luck?

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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SOURCE: DE 3761 FS fills with water, emptying pump runs but does not empt

I would check to see if the drain hose has blocked.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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