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Is there a greas trap in a dishwasher.and howdo i emty it

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No there is not.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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I understand you want to know how to remove large food particles that are trapped in your Electrolux dishwasher, model# EWDW6505GB0. First, I would suggest that you scrape away large pieces of food before putting any dish in your dishwasher.

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Cleaning the trap


Hello,

The soap trap and its cap covers the soap in your dishwasher after you fill it and then swings open to dispense the soap when the wash cycle starts. If your dishes aren't getting clean or you notice the soap trap door is still shut after the dishwasher finishes a load, it may indicate a problem with the soap trap you'll need to fix.

Instructions
Things You'll Need:

  • Dishwasher soap cap replacement,Screwdriver,Multimeter.
  1. 1 Open the lid of the soap trap and clean out any leftover soap. Soap and detergent, especially the inexpensive brands, can clump together and harden inside the soap trap instead of releasing into the water during the wash cycle. Change to a different soap and run the dishwasher again. See if the clumps disappear and if this solves the problem.
  2. 2 Remove the old dishwasher soap trap cap and replace with a new one. The plastic cap should slide or pop off. The instructions for the new cap should instruct you how to slide or pop it back into place. A new cap may solve the problem if the cap is not opening during use.
  3. 3 Turn off power to the dishwasher by either turning off power at the circuit breaker panel box or moving the unit out from the counter and disconnecting it from the power supply. Always do this when working inside the dishwasher to avoid electrocution.
  4. 4 Open the dishwasher door and remove the screws to take off the front paneling. Leave the screws holding the bottom hinges to the door in place to keep the door itself from falling off. Depending on your model, you may need to remove some clasps as well. Your goal is to gain access to the inside of the door and control panel so you can see the different knobs and buttons, and can fix the parts controlling the soap trap.
  5. 5 Locate your soap trap. Close the soap trap cap and insert a screwdriver to push on the metal piece -- called a bi-metal switch -- connected to the soap trap cap until the cap swings open. If the metal looks out of place and the cap doesn't swing open like it should, push the metal back into place with the screwdriver and try again. If this does not fix it, remove the metal piece and replace with a new one.



    If you can't find the metal piece, your dishwasher may use a wax motor assembly instead. Located near the soap trap cap, it's typically a small red or maroon colored plug with a small black rod sticking out of the end. Remove the wax motor for testing if you don't have a bi-metal switch.
  6. 6 Locate the round timer motor inside your dishwasher. Refer to your dishwasher's instruction manual for help identifying the different parts. Typically, the timer motor is a round piece with holes in it, and may be located near the timer control on the dishwasher itself. Remove the timer motor from the dishwasher.
  7. 7 Test the timer motor and wax motor assembly using a multimeter .Choose one of the motors to test and place one probe from the multimeter to one wire of the motor and the other probe to the other wire. For the timer motor, Part Select.com suggests setting the multimeter to the "x1000" ohms setting and you should get a reading of 2000 to 3500 ohms. If your reading is significantly different, the part is bad. For the wax motor assembly, set to the "x1" ohms setting and touch the probes to the wires. If the screen shows the infinity symbol, the motor is bad. Replace either part as needed.

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1. Undo the trap cover (two hex headed screws)
2. Remove the trap cover
3. Remove the inner trap grate
4. BE CAREFUL NOW ! Gently remove debris - this can have broken glass in it !!! - You can use a wet vac if you have one. Ensure all debrs is removed and the trap is clear.
5. Clean trap cover and grate
6. Re-install cover and grate
7. Bingo !

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Need to clean the trap and cant undo it


Assuming the filter is at the front of washer, you need to keep trying to pull it out,and then push it back in, wiggling it about at the same time, having unscrewed it anti- clockwise first..
Just keep on doing this, as there is probably something stuck in the filter, which is preventing it coming out.
The worst that can happen is you break the filter, so it might be a good idea to have a spare one handy, just in case.

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