Question about Dishwashers
Three things may cause this first the float that monitors the water level is stuck This float is in the bottom of the dishwasher below the bottom rack you will need to remove the cover (looks oval in shape) and check to see no food particals are in the area. If clean, Then the possibility of a bad door gasket is good can be purchased at an appliance parts house take the serial and model number with you for correct replacement part, and lastly check to see if the timer is operating properly by running it through a cycle and timing it.
Good luck hope this helped
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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