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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The drain valve is stuck open. This is electrically operated, but may have some debris inhibiting movement. If you can physically move it (with the power off) this should repair the problem.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
SOURCE: doesn't shut off
i think you are hearing the drain pump going. take the bottom front panel off so as to expose the bottom tray. yoy willprobably find this full of water. mop water out and it should work. if fault reoccurs then you have a leak.
turn power off first
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
If there is a reset button on your ice maker try pushing it. Many ice makers have two holes for reset. A general rule of thumb is if the ice maker fingers are stopped in a slightly vertical position then your ice maker unit is working. If the fingers are stopped anywhere else then it needs some sort of attention or replaced. Make sure there is water, or ice in the ice maker tray, if not then the problem is with water supply.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
What your saying is suggesting a water supply issue. The Model number you've given can not be found on the Neff website.
You will need to disconnect power, turn the water supply off (under sink or behind dishwasher), disconnect the water line, put the end of the hose in a bucket or cup, turn water back on slowly and make sure water flows. Turn back off. If water flows -
Then check that there is not a restriction in the water solenoid valve. If you know how to use a multimeter, check the water valve solenoid for continuity.
Plug the unit back in, and initiate a wash cycle, and watch for voltage applied to the water solenoid valve. If you get voltage, you should hear the valve open.
Power the unit off, connect the water line, and repower the unit. Check again if water does or doesnt flow.
Let me know what you find.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
It sounds like your problem is that when one drawer tries to drain, the waste water is being pushed back into the other drawer. I had this same problem. The problem is the two drains are commonly plumbed into a Y-connection just below the anti-siphon valve. Unfortunately, the path of least resistance for the waste water is sometimes to flow back into the opposite drawer instead of out the anti-siphon valve and into the sewer...!! Here is what solved this problem for me--purchase and install a true dual air-gap. With a dual, there is zero chance of cross draining. I did this over a year ago and the problem has been completely solved.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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