Question about KitchenAid KUDR01TJ Dishwasher
In all probability your pump is clogged. This is a common problem and easily taken care of. However, I don't know your age or physical condition as its a somewhat back braking, knee abusing task. You must remove the screws, washer arm and other visible parts from the inside bottom of your machine. The screen needs to be washed to have the gunk removed and and the food residues picked out of the workings in the bottom of the machine. Could be anything in there, eg. pits, hard food fragments, bone, etc. Its a pain to do so in the future it would be wise to give the dishes a quick rinse under the faucet before putting them in.
Maybe you can get somebody to do it as favor, young relative or such if your not able.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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