Question about Dishwashers
To attempt to solve the over filling, clean the probes in the back right corner. Use a green scrubby pad.
There is also two probes under the front screen. Clean them too.
As far as the booster not working, there could be many reasons. One of the few things that you can attempt is resetting the hi-limit. Turn off the breaker. Remove the bottom panel. Look to the right side. Look for a black mushroom platic piece with a little button in the middle. It will click if it was tripped.
Some booster use a disc type of hi-limit. These type are a little stainless and plastic barrel. There is a red button between two electrical connectors. It will click also.
Good luck - Mike
Posted on May 03, 2008
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