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My dishwasher has stopped mid cycle showing 1 minute left , when stopped and started again it now shows 28 minutes contantly, plus it continues to run (ie pump running) after the door is open. Any ideas ? many thanks Doug

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  • dcp667 Apr 08, 2008

    I've taken the door front off and had a look at the connections inside all seem ok ,user the user manual I,ve zeroed the timer , ie reset it but whenever its turned on the pump runs continuously . like its stuck on the same part of the program as you suggested ,where do I go next ? Its a freestanding slimline model where are the rest of the electrics ?

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    LIKE J SAID ONE YEAR BEFORE STARTED TO SHOW ERROR F3 SOMMETIMES NOW WHEN WE RUN ANY WASHING PROGRAM, THE DISHWASHER IS DOING LIKE THE WASHING IS ENDING[GEETING WATER INSIDE IN DISHWASHER AND AFTER ALL THE WATER IS GONE, ALL THE DISHES AND CUTLERY ARE LIKE BEFORE WASHING-DIRTY AND DRY

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Hey dcp667

Dishwashers are incredibly durable machines. They can take years of daily use and in many cases, it's only a change in decor that brings about a replacement. Of course that doesn't mean things never go wrong with them. From time to time a motor may go bad here or a leaky hose shows up there. But all in all, the dishwasher is an ingenious appliance that uses both electricity and water to give us years of dependable service.

to check the electrical parts of the washer, you will have
to open the dishwasher door, unscrew the screws holding it in place underneath the countertop and shimmy the unit out. The junction box is located at the rear, on the bottom. Open the junction box and check the wires for corrosion, breaks, or loose connections. Check the interior of the box for any burn or "arc" marks. If everything is clear, turn the power back on and check for voltage by probing the black and white wires.

the way you described the problem, it loks like that the dishwasher has a faulty sensor and program.

post back for any more questions and devepoments.


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    earl norman llanera Apr 08, 2008

    hey doug,

    any news on your problem?

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HI,

Does the water drain out.If the water doesn't drain out ,it could be a clogged in the drain line. Often the problem is at the point where the drain line attaches to the garbage disposer or household drain line. You should remove this line and clear it form any debris in the hose or the hose connection. Be sure to reattach the hose before starting the dishwasher again.

Good luck!
Please don't forget to rate the solution.

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  • Priya darshan Apr 06, 2008

    If your problem is solved then please don't forget to rate the solution no.2

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