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UNIT FILLS AND PUMPS OUT CONTINUALLY BUT WILL NOT WASH OR CYCLE

I replaced a defective water valve and now when I put the dishwasher on a wash cycle it fills and as soon as it's filled it pumps out before washing. Furthermore it continues to do this over and over again and will not cycle forward....Thanks for any advice...Dave

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  • donwilli Jul 14, 2008

    I have the same problem ... pumps runns for the total cycle and drains all water ...

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You may have a defective pressure switch, this is located on the back of the well, access from the rear of the unit. It black with an orange sticker, from the rear it is slightly to the right of the well, but not as far round as the drain pump.

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  • llreed Sep 07, 2011

    Does anyone know the part number of the pressure switch, we are having similar issues with our dishwasher?

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