Question about Kenmore Dishwashers
Your dishwasher may have food or lime/calcium buildup trapped inside it that may prevent it from draining properly, it could have a kink in its hose, or it may need a new part.
Here is a bit of about how the dishwasher types actually work, to give you a better idea of what you're dealing with and how to go about finding a solution to the problem:
The first thing you must do is figure out what style of D/W you have and a little of how it works so you can have a better understanding of what to look for. There are two basic designs, the direct drive dishwasher and the forward-reversing dishwashers. Direct drive dishwashers do not have to stop to drain the water will forward-reversing dishwashers The first thing you must do is figure out what style of d/w you have and a little of how it works so you can have a better understanding of what to look for. There are two basic designs, the direct drive dishwasher and the forward-reversing dishwashers. Direct drives dishwashers do not have to stop to drain the water will forward-reversing dishwashers have to stop the motor and start it up in the other direction to drain the water.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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