I would remove front lower inspection cover under the door and with the machine switched off...check if there is any water in the the base..if there isnt then probably the drain pump had gone open circuit blown like a fuse and will have to be replaced
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Please try the plain VINEGAR in the bottom of your dishwasher. It cleans out the pipes. When you start the machine it automatically starts to drain whatever water has been left from previous cycle. When this cannot happen, due to blocked outlet pipe, it will not precede with the wash cycle. Adding the vinegar, leaving it a few hours, or overnight (hey, I left it for a week one of those times!), it is enough to liquify any heavy fats in that pipe...enough to start the cycle and the normal draining gets reinstated.Hope this helps you, it is such a pain to go & choose another dishwasher to fit into the space allowed & that has all the functions you need. This 'fix' cures all my dishwasher blues! Havagreatday!
The outlet pump or pipe have got blocked (very common) and water has overflowed into the base. This has activated a float switch to tell machine to pump out all time. You need to remove the plinth of appliance and remove with sponge or syringe the water and clear outlet blockage and all will be fine
The drain pump motor is in line with the outlet pipe. First check if the outlet pipe is not blocked or obstructed. The motor can be tested by removing the 2 electrical push on connectors and connecting mains supply to the 2 terminals. If the motor spinns it indicates that the motor is OK and that the fault is then with the electronic switching circuit (not normaly a home repair). If the motor does not spin it indicates that the motor is open circuit and needs replacing. (easy job). You can also spin the motor small cooling fan by hand just to determine if it runs freely like it should and is not obstructed by dirt inside the water channel of the pump.
Check to determine if the pump out motor is functional by checking if supply voltage is across the 2 terminals in pump out mode with a AC voltage meter. If voltage is present and motor does not spin this is an indication that the motor is open circuit and needs to be replaced. Also check that the outlet pipe is not blocked.
The motor can be removed by disconnecting the 2 hose clamps and the electrical push on lugs.
sounds like the outlet pump is blocked for this you need to power off the appliance and unplug either remove one side of the dishwasher or tilt back and see if you can get under where the outlet pipe comes from you will see a white pump there should be a metal screwclip holding the outlet hose onto the pump remove this then look inside the hole to check for the blockage normaly rice or fat if you can remove it with a coathanger then all is good if not your going to have to remove the pump and take the side off 3 screws be carefull of the rubber seal then give it a good clean also check the feeder pipe to the pump for any blockage. Also after this remove the filter inside the dishwasher and check there is nothing blocking the small hole to the outlet pump.
with hoover it should have a water pump prior to the start of the outlet pipe. Id remove this and check for blockage, as anything in there that wont allow the motor to turn will force the water out somewhere else once its under pressure.