Question about GE Nautilus 24" Built-in Dishwasher
The first part to test is the drain hose. Check the drain well inside the machine.
The drain hose at the back must be tested to ensure it is not clogged or kinked.
Since the model is a built in, before accessing drain hose you may check parts inside the machine.
Check the floater sensor inside the tub. That is the water level sensor.
If the floater is stuck down, or if the switch is not working, a bad floater sensor may cause drain pump not starting, or stopping too early.
The pump is located under the kickplate. On the left hand side of the pump assembly you will see the solenoid that will switch between drain and recirculate, that must be tested using a multimeter.
To find parts try entering model number here.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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