Question about GE GSD4500G Built-in Dishwasher
I have disconnected the line to the disposal and still no water came out. I blew into this line thinking it was slogged, Nothing. I could not blow into it. I have removed the housing, strain so to speak to see if I cold get to the pump or the other end of the line to look for a clog. I can't see what is there, still some water stands. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I thought this was a high end Natulas product that would last me over 5 years. Has just gunk clogged the lines and I can't fix or do you have any ideas. Thanks so much for your help and will await your reply.
GE 720 Potscrubber I started with the water puddling in bottom now it progressed to leaking on the floor. I had a repair guy come to my home yesterday and he says a broken seal and my total cost to replace seal and labor is $165 plus tax.
What is the life expectancy? He did not sound too promising about the future of my dishwasher and said he is certain there will be another repair need shortly something related to the water saturating an area underneath the dishwasher?
He reccomended I call Sears and replace with a Whirlpool product. He claimed he put his kids thru college repairing GE products. My husband wants to repair and I dont because of fear of spending more money!
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
Cut off the power at the breaker for 5 minutes and then turn it on and see if the system resets!
The machine was in your home 3 years , and used for more than that by someone else! I can tell you by the model that its at least 10 years old!
appliances more than 9 years old cost you money to run and fix! Throw it out and do not put good money into bad!
The new ones no matter how inexpensive will wash better and cost you a hell of a lot less to operate. They are so much more energy efficient today that they pay for them selves in a couple of years! With a new machine watch your water and power bill go down!!!
Other wise you need hands on service!
if you got the money do it new!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: no water going to the dishwasher
actually there is a pump that moves the water threw channels. this pump may be experiencing motor issues. i would find a repair man or, if you good a disassembling the dishwasher, you can extract this part and replace it at you local appliance shop.also, this pump assembly could be jammed as well due to an object.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
It's a drain clog within the disposal. Try a drain cleaner, if no luck, you will likely need to replace it.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
This is exactly what happened to me and I paid the repair man. Learn from me. Open dishwasher, unscrew screen along back of dishwasher. Piston assembly should be right there. Part is WD24X10018. GE will charge you $17 plus labor. Can buy it on-line for around $12. Takes about two minutes to fix.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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