Question about Champion Dishwashers
When I turn off the unit it goes through the drain process but then fills and drains fills and drains.. the process continues over and over and will not turn off unless I turn off the breaker or turn the fill switch to the off position. this unit has been cycling fine until now
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washer fills then drains
Daisy, check your drain hose going into the drain. It sounds like you have a siphoning problem. If the drain hose does not have a air gap the water filling will siphon right out. Check this first and post back, Catriver.
Posted on Sep 21, 2006
SOURCE: Dishwasher Does Not Cycle
IA, these GE pumps have a habit of sticking if the unit hasn't been run for a while. First you want to verify that the motor is in fact getting power, this will eliminate the timer. You can use a meter on the quik connect from the motor while in the wash cycle. If the motor is getting power, see if the pump is stuck by turning the motor vanes (Do this with the power off). If it's hard to turn and then frees up than this was more than likley your problem. You remove the bottom toe panel and will be able to check this out without removing the dishwasher. Catriver..post back
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
SOURCE: LXGH E5 Code
I need to check my codes to be positive. And I'll check them this weekend. But, I believe E5 is from excess water in the unit, and so it won't go into rinse and add more water.
First and most common -- the drain hose, at the back of the unit is kinked. The unit gets pushed back against the wall and kinks the line.
Second, your probes are dirty. The ones in the back right corner detect water level. Clean them with a green scrungee even if they look clean.
Good luck - Mike
Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: does not advance to drain cycle
I would bet that it is the timer switch assy.
Motor runs ? yes
drain tube clear ? yes
If there is no drain valve to deal with, the problem must be the contacts during the timer cycle, since the main obviously works or you wouldn't be able to wash anything.
you need a new timer switch assy.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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