Question about Dishwashers
Water seems to be dripping down from the hot air vent once the cycle has finished and the dishwasher has been turned off. It then collects at the bottom and if the water to the dishwasher is not turned off it floods the dishwasher.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishwasher flooding
When you say that you tried other solutions.. it's hard to know which you've tried and which you haven't so I will suggest some basics first.. ( if you've tried them, then disregard)...
Have you checked or addressed the following:
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
The most common cause of this is a loose clamp on the pump discharge hose. It could also be a cracked hose, the hose came off (again, loose clamp). Check both ends - where the hose connects to the dishwasher AND where it connects to the sink drain.
Another possible cause is a bad pump seal, although this is less common, and usually open happens when the dishwasher is pretty old.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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The drain hose for the dryer fan is blocked. If you remove the outer door (six Screws three bottom screws down either side) you will see a hose that runs from the bottom of the fan to the top of the detergent dispenser, removed hose and clean this will resolve the problem
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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