Question about Dishwashers
Unit won't pump out end of normal cycle .
Entered In F1 test mode, appears to step through each cycle ok and does pump down to normal sump only level. I have dual pumps, both working and the solinoid & valve next to main (center) pump works.
the valve under back strainer is clean and free. flow out the breaker vent is clear
The sequencer appears to run ok as it steps through in test mode . . unplugging whole unit for 30 seconds . on power up, the sequencer appears to cycle & return to "home" and touch pad will now allow choice to be made. any ideas don't want to just "buy and try" the two -three? most expensive parts
Sequencer $60 control board $135 or turbidity sensor ? $125
not sure about checking the turbidity sensor?
TIA for any suggestions
Bill, I see this all the time in GE, that valve under the back strainer is called the piston nut assy. If it's not seating you will have water left in the tub at the end of the cycle. Part #wd24x220, can get it for around 13.95, repairclinic.com. You replace it from the top, it unscrews....Catriver.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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