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Dishwasher won't drain

It's actually a de 3430f but that doesn't seem to exist.

I have a brand new (less than one week) Beko dishwasher which isn't draining. originally we had a hose extension which was too long, there were kinks. we bought a smaller extension, and have installed it in exactly the correct way that it wants, but it won't drain. Originally it took the water in but wouldn't drain, not it seems it won't do either, presumably since it won't take in water while there already is some in the pipe.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

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  • babydull Feb 16, 2008

    yes as far as I can see it's totally unpackaged. argh, that is so frustrating! i thought perhaps it was a problem at my end.

  • babydull Feb 16, 2008

    I realised I hadn't removed the sink pipe plug. solved!
    thanks for the help though.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    is it possible to run on hot water supply only,
    model is beko de 3430f,
    many thanks

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Check that you have removed all the packaging pieces from the unit, If this still doesn't work then return it to the store and get a replacement.

Thanks J

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

  • Jason Collin
    Jason Collin Feb 17, 2008

    no problem just takes a second look.

    Thanks J

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