My DW was 'running' this morning even after I unplugged it. I pulled it out of it's hiding spot underneath the counter and noticed the drain tube leaking(spraying water out) pretty badly. I closed the water line(it was the hot water line) and proceeded to take off the hose thinking this would solve the problem. After giving it some thought, this would just be an additional problem b/c how is the water flowing to the drain line if it's not turned on? It's almost as if whatever normally prevents water from entering the DW, is not doing it's job. Any thoughts?
Re: Water continues to run, even when unplugged....
Hi, had the same problem. Water would not stop entering the dishwasher until the water valve for dishwasher was completely shut off. (Even when circuit breaker for dishwasher was turned off, the water still came into the dishwasher). Well after research, it is the water inlet valve. Replaced it yesterday and it is working as good as new. Look up this part online if you aren't sure what it looks like. Good luck,
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Is your DW plumbed into the garbage disposal as many are? Or does it have the drain line running into a pvc opening in the sink drain line? Remove the drain line to see if water gushes out. If no or minimal water leaves your drain line from the DW, then the problem is internal in the DW. Most likely cause is a plugged screen at the inside bottom of your DW, or the pump is blocked. Best way to resolve is to get a wetvac and just suck all the water out of the inside before you remove the DW. Otherwise you will have water splashing out on your floor. If you can see the screen is plugged up after doing so, then pull the screen out and then turn the DW on. If operating normally it will go into the pump out mode first before adding any water. Turn off the water to the DW under the sink first to eliminate any concern about adding additional water into an already filled up DW. Good Luck!
I understand that your Frigidaire dishwasher, model# FDB700BFC, is running too long. I also see that it seems to be getting stuck on one particular cycle and runs continuously for hours even though the water is hot. It sounds like there is possibly a miscommunication between the different boards inside your appliance. I please ask that you try resetting your dishwasher, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 20-30 minutes. Once power is restored, try running any cycle. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
Continuous run of DW "drain pump" is common problem, with simple solution, and without "pulling" the DW!
Because the problem is likely a "stuck float riser assembly", a mechanical "glitch", from crud build up, I recommend trying one "might get lucky fix" first.
Look up above the door and remove (usually two) screws holding two metal "tabs" to bottom of wood counter. This should allow you to "rock" the unit a little. This might allow the float assembly to operate.
A. You have removed and cleaned the screens to the pump inlet and have manually added hot water which the pump removes but the pump just continues to run, even when you open the door? You should still be able to use controls to shut unit off. If not, you should be able to turn DW off at circuit breaker panel. Find and open the breaker any how, because "I'm sending you in!"
There are two sheet metal "plates" about 4 inches high, 24 inches wide below the door on Bosch (and others) dish washers. Remove both, usually they can just be carefully removed.
Lay with face on floor and use flashlight to look "up and into" the left bottom side of the DW. About a foot into the bottom left side of the unit look for a red or orange (usually) plastic rod about the size of a pencil rising vertically out of a thin plastic "tank". This is a "sump" of some sort (???) and the bottom of the rod is a "float". The top of the "pencil" activates a micro switch. Junk in "tank" or on micro switch stops rise of the rod which keeps pump running.
Carefully, manually lift the orange rod with a long wooden spoon. Several times. You should hear the micro switch click. Don't be sticking screwdrivers or anything metal in there. Even with the power off.
Turn breaker back on. This may solve most common problem in first five years for many brands of dish washers.
hi, This is a water temp. problem. The first fill s/b about 125-140 degrees. You can try running your hot water tap for several minutes. Run a load, see if there is some improvement. Next, go to your water heater, see where the setting is. On a gas move dial up a notch. On electric remove top and bottom covers and do the same thing. You also need to clean the dw off and on. Take a gallon of white distilled vinegar and pour the whole gallon into the dw after it has started and run for awhile. Then open the door and let sit overnite, starting the next morning. Hope this helps.
First, are you sure that the machine is not filling?
I go on calls all the time for this problem and it turns out than the machine fills but the wash motor does not run.This leaves soap in the bottom of the DW so it looks like it did not fill with water. This is a common problem in dishwashers that have not been run for a few months, and is quite common after a remodel. If it IS getting water, the motor is probably stuck. If it is Not getting water the first step is to locate the "over fill" float inside the dishwasher. This will be a round sort of mushroom looking thing on the floor of the machine near the door on the right or left. Make sure it moves freely up and down. It will only move about 1/4 inch but If it is stuck up, the machine will not fill. If float is O.K. then check the water source. Turn of water to DW. Remove the kickplate under DW door and disconnect the waterline from fill valve (should be on front left side of unit). Run waterline into bucket then turn on the water. If you don't get water call your plumber. If you get water then you need to check the fill valve. Connect a volt meter to the 2 wires on the fill valve. Start DW. First the diswasher should start draining, then it will start filling. At this point (a few minutes into the cycle) you should see 120v AC at the fill valve. If you do see 120v Ac, replace the valve. If you don't , then turn off the machine and check the float switch. This is located under the DW right under the mushroom thingy. The switch should have continuity when the DW is empty. If there is no continuity then replace the switch.
Where does the dishwasher connect to hot water? If it is connected to cold it must be changed. From your description, the water is coming from a long way off and has to warm the pipes as it travels to the dw. The dw should have a heater to bring the water up to temp after filling before it runs, if this heater is not working, the first run will be cold and the next hot because you have drawn enough water through the pipes to bring hot water to the dw.
1. Change where the dw gets hw.
2. Run hw in the sink before allowing the dw to start (if connected to same line).
3. Fix the dw's water heater.
From your description, I doubt that the problem is door latch is the cause.
The first thing that a modern dishwasher does before it begins to fill with water is run the drain pump. It appears that this DW is not progressing to the next cycle (inlet water) and because the pump runs even when the door is open, I agree that the controller card may have failed.
If possible, inspect all the wire connections (remove main power before you do this) ... if there is a loose connection, the controller could do odd things.
Good Luck! Please report back what you find, OK?
If yo9u were to unplug the machine at that point and the water continues to run in you have a bad water valve. If it stops when yoou unplug it, it may be the timer. Would have to test to see if voltage is present at the valve in the second scenario,. Water valve part# is WH13x10024 @ $51.00
ok i run a appliance repair company DENTON appliance and your problem is simple you have a water temp problem the are two thermo sensor under the bottom of the tub one or both are bad causing the heater not to come on to heat the water. it could be a bad heating element but you would be able to see a burned spot on the element. it takes hot water to remove the soap film this should fix your problem.