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Water pump blocked - Beko 24 in. D3421F Free-standing Dishwasher

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    Ginko May 11, 2010

    Hi.

    You will need to disconnect appliance from power, to access the pump hose located in the lower side of the tub, and to undo the pump hose, so to remove eventual blockage.

    If there is no blockage, then the impeller pump may need replacement.

    Spares for most appliances available here:
    Appliance Parts

    Regards.



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Hi.

You will need to disconnect appliance from power, to access the pump hose located in the lower side of the tub, and to undo the pump hose, so to remove eventual blockage.

If there is no blockage, then the impeller pump may need replacement.

Spares for most appliances available here: Appliance Parts

Regards.

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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