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It's almost certainly the float switch in the bottom of the machine. In the bottom is a polystyrene 'float' that is either active due to water in the bottom or is faulty. Tip your machine to the side and remove water and try again, bridge or replace switch is also an option
Hello, This normally means the seal has failed. YOu can purchase the seal and bearing kit to fix the issue. This is the part in the middle of the motor that threads in. The old style was plastic and the new is metal. You can look at a parts diagram in the link below, just plug your model number in to look. Appliance & Refrigerator Repair
Is this a dishwasher or a washing machine that you have a problem with.
The drum is usually in a washing machine. The motor you hear running is the drain motor. So this is a normal operation of front loading washing machines. When the drum stops spinning, the drain pump takes away the remaining water and then a timer lock comes into play to make sure the clothes are settled dowm before you can open the door.
So I do not see there is any problem. Please accept the solution if ok else post a comment to confirm the exact problem with your appliance.
If your model has the screen across the back with the filter, then yes use your fingers or a plier to unscrew the pop up valve assembly at the very back center of the dishwasher. Most likely, the cone shapped part has deteriorated and is not sealing properly, allowing water to flow back into the tub instead of all going out the drain. Replace the pop up valve assembly.
IT SOUND LIKE IT IS A WATER VALVE ISSUE.DRAIN AND CANCELTHE MACHINE FIRST THEN TRY TO SHUT OFF THE WATER GOING INTO THE MACHINE PROBABLY UNDER THE SINK. SEE IF THE WATER IS STILL COMING IN TO UNIT. IT SHOULD NOT BE. THEN TURN ON WATER IF THE WATER STARTS TO FILL MACHINE THEN CHANGE THE WATER VALVE.
Your gonna have to pull the dishwasher out and shut off the water line. Then disconnect the water hose and get you a bucket. Then turn on the water line to see if water comes out. If water comes out strong then your water supply line is good, which means your inlet port on the dishwasher is clogged or hard water has clogged the little holes in the dishwasher arms. Dishwashers are meant to leave a little water remaining at the bottom to keep the sensor from burning up.
It is possible the check valve is sticking causing sour water to come back into the washer. The check valve is located where the drain line connects to the back of the dishwasher. Also make sure the drain line is higher than where the line connects to the drain under the sink. Most washing machines have a loop built into the line but it helps it to drain better when the line is higher. Try hooking the line to the top of the cabinet under the sink if possible.
the drain pump is fairly easy to replace. it locks into place beside the sump and motor. push tab in and rotate pump to pull out. you will lose water so have a towel handy. inspect drain hose for restrictions or kinks.