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Rinse cycle when temp is on and fan is on heat the rinse cycle does not work because water drains out of tub

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Is the drain from the dishwasher in a syphon or runs into a free drain that air can break siphon cycle
or is drain up high enough eg 600 off floor be fore going into drain if not water will run in then straight out

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How to drain


The wash cycle starts with the pump running to drain residual water from the tub. Make sure your drain is clear before starting each cycle. I run my garbage disposal with water on for a few seconds before starting the DW. If I don't it won't drain properly with food waste in the disposer basket. You may also need to pull and rinse your drain sump screen (front right corner). Just snap it out and rinse. If your machine doesn't power up at all you'll need to use a sponge to drain the tub

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Kitchenaid KUDS02FRSS0 dishwasher. Stops mid-cycle, sometimes wash, sometimes rinse, sometimes dry. Must restart 4-5-6 times to get it to finish. When finally done dishes are clean, hot & dry....


Hi Dennis.

If the dishwasher is hanging on in the middle of the cycle it is usually the heating system. If the temperature of the water is going up after filling, then the element may be working. The element is tested using a multi meter set on Ohms to read impedance across the heater element contacts. If impedance is infinity (open-off limit), then the element is gone. If the element is OK, then the bi-metal thermostat or the fuse must be replaced. The heating assembly is located at the base of the appliance, behind the kick panel.

Behind the kick panel you should also find the tech sheet illustrating how to run the diagnostic cycle for this model. Run a diagnostic cycle to confirm that the problem is with the heating system. Drain, water sensor and inlet problems sometimes may also result in cycle not finishing.

You can find parts and diagrams for your dishwasher in this page.

Regards.

Ginko

Dec 08, 2011 | Dishwashers

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My dishwasher has power to it but the heat dry option is lit and it wont start ant idea what to do?


Hello

Do you have any of the extra functions selected, such as "Hi Temp Rinse" etc?
The selector switch has a selection for Hi-Temp Wash; the switch is in parallel with a thermostat mounted on the bottom of the tub and with a contact in the timer. The
selector switch, temp assure thermostat, and the temp boost thermostat are all in series with the timer motor. Both thermostats are normally open thermostats. When
the timer reaches the end of the second wash cycle, the contact in the timer supplying power to run the timer motor will open. At which time, if the selector switch for the Hi-Temp Wash has been selected, power to run the timer motor must come through the thermostats. The temperature of the water in the tub must rise to 137° ±5° F for the thermostat to close and the timer motor to advance. If the water temperature is below 137° ± 5° F, the timer will pause until the heating element raises the temperature of the water in the tub and allow the thermostat to close.

Hi-Temp Rinse
If the selector switch was a selection for a Hi-Temp rinse, the switch is in parallel with a thermostat mounted in the tub, and the contact in the timer, the same as the Hi-Temp wash. The operation for the Hi-Temp rinse will be the same as for the Hi-Temp wash with the exception, on some models, the temperature of the water in the tub will be 150° ± 5° F for the thermostat to close to give a sanitizing rinse.


What do we learn from this? That you either have a bad heater or a bad thermostat. Check the heater for continuity with our OHM meter.

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There is still water on the dishes and in the dishwasher after the heated drying cycle. Not a lot but enough to wet the kitchen floor. What can we do?


check the kitchen drain is clear - looks like the drain cycle is not working efficiently.

Also make sure the filters at the base of dishwasher are clear.

Try a short cycle (like rinse only) and see if water drains at the end. If problem is occuring only during the normal wash cycle, then drying fan may be the problem.

Jan 08, 2011 | Whirlpool DU1055XTS Built-in Dishwasher

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Dishwasher heats but when it starts the rinse and dry cycle the heating delay light comes on and won't proceed to the next cycle


Sounds like the heating element is not working. Usually the hot water temp is OK for the wash cycle (110 to 140 degrees) but the rinse cycle asks for 140 to 160 which requires the heating element. (As does the dry cycle).

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Doesn't drain; glasses have film; rinses with used, soapy water


The white film problem is hard water. There is a new product out called the dishwasher filtration system. It filters the water before it enters your dishwasher. It works amazing and has a money back guarantee. You will love the way your dishes look after the first load. It is also very affordable (like 70 bucks). Go to www.dishwasherfilter.com to find out more info.

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Cycle stops, won't drain


This is either a bad timer or a bad heat sensor. On most cycles that call for the water to be heated it will pause the timer and continue washing/heating until the sensor is satisfied the water is hot enough. Try selecting a quick, delicate, or china cycle without heated rinse or dry. If it works this way the timer is fine but the sensor is bad. Sometimes cold water to the machine will cause this problem because the machine is not capable of totallly heating cold water. It is only designed to boost the temp. Make sure you run hot water at the sink before you start the machine.

Jul 03, 2008 | GE Nautilus 24" Built-in Dishwasher

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GE Nautilus won't drain after Rinse Cycle


Check disposer plug. If a garbage disposer has been recently installed, it is possible the disposer drain plug was not removed. The drain plug is a plastic piece in the disposer that blocks the hole where the dishwasher hose connects. Also check the hose connected to the disposal. Mine apparently had a kink in it. When I straightened the hose the dishwasher drained at full speed (I recently had a plumber re-route a hot waterline. He must has bent the hose). Hope this helps. If not go to the GE website. That's where I found my answer.

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Stuck in rinse cycle


Mimmi, If the water isn't reaching temp this will happen. It sounds like a heating issue.
Guest,
The spray arm being blocked will not cause this. Again your machine isn't heating the water to temp.

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