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Dishwasher only filling to certian level then stopping

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My indesit dishwasher fills but wont wash the timer goes round and it drains out during its cycle you can hear a borking sound as though its trying any suggestions would be gratefull

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

Check to see how fast water is entering the dishwasher.
They work on a timed basis with a float switch being a safety.
You may want to check how the water gets into the dishwasher and  then see if there is plugging somewhere.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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