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Float problem Where is the float and how do I get to it

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  • Zoablive Dec 29, 2007

    Sadly I do not have a manual but the model is
    G665 -2
    Thanks
    Zoablive

  • Zoablive Dec 30, 2007

    HI, Pulled out dishwasher, disconnected power and turned off water.
    Chocked the machine up for easier access. Removed front panel. A piece of childs toy with a magnet fell out. Made machine level and it worked fine doing one and a half full cycles. Put everything back together and now it doesn't work.
    I am hoping to see if the float chamber has food etc in it and is misbehaveing.
    Is this possible.
    Regards and thanks in advance.

    Zoablive

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Hello !!!

Float will be in different positions in different models ... so please check out the manual ... if not let me know ..


Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007

    Oh is it !!! Just a min am searching the manual .. will get back to u soon ...

  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007

    Please will u download it from here ... my connection is too slow still it takes 2 hours in my computer : ( anyways i'l complete the download and get back to you..if u still cant solve the problem

    http://www.miele.com/manuals/search_manu...

  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007

    If it asks for a key ... Type G665

  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007

    May be your float switch has become defective. If this is the case, first check to see if it
    is stuck in the 'up' position. If it isn't, then you will need to replace the
    float switch.

  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007


    1. Before testing the float switch, unplug the dishwasher
      or shut off the power at the fuse
      box
      or breaker
      panel
      to avoid an electrical shock hazard.

    2. When the water in the tub lifts
      the float to a set point, the float switch is triggered and it
      shuts off the water inlet valve, stopping the flow of water. If
      the float switch is defective, the tub may overfill.

    3. To access the float switch remove
      the lower panel located beneath the door. The panel is usually
      held in place with two screws either above or below the panel.
      It may be necessary to first open the door to the dishwasher to
      reach the screws over the panel, then close the door to remove
      the panel.

    4. Note the location of the float in
      the dishwasher's tub and you will find the float switch beneath
      it in the access area. The switch has two wires connected to it.
      Label the wires and connections so that you can properly reconnect
      them later. The wires are connected with slip on connectors. Firmly
      pull the connectors off of the terminals (do not pull on the wire
      itself). You may need to use a pair of needle-nose pliers to remove
      the connectors. Inspect the connectors and the terminals for corrosion.
      If either is corroded they should be cleaned or replaced.

    5. Use a continuity tester or multitester
      to test for continuity.
      Set the multitester to the ohms setting X1. Touch one probe to
      each terminal. You should get a reading of either zero or infinity.
      With the probes still in place, depress the button or lever on
      the switch and the reading should change to the opposite extreme.













    If the switch fails either test,
    it should be replaced.


  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 29, 2007

    HOPE I HELPED U ....

  • Kanth raj
    Kanth raj Dec 31, 2007

    Ya u better check the float chamber first !!! or else do reply me ...

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