Question about GE Nautilus 24" Built-in Dishwasher
Some water in the bottom but it only runs a few seconds
That might be a problem if there is water build up on the bottom but if its shutting off I dont think it will do that unless it is a new model. You could have a component going out if its an older model. If the entire washer is going out it might be your dishwashers electrical circuitry. Hope this has helped, good luck
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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To completely clear any clogs in the washing machine drain you will use a pipe auger (snake). Start at the roof plumbing vent and drop cable to roughly 10 or 15 feet past the actual drain. If there is a clog present, the snake will bring up a chunk of debris. Remove it from the top of the vent and discard.
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