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Re: after the wash, the water still remain in the basket.
IF you still have water standing in your dishwasher after it's done running you most likely have a damaged pump. This is quite common and is usually caused by a piece of a broken dish/glass or a small utensil getting down into the pump and breaking the fins on the empeller. This is a fairly envolved repair that requires taking apart the pump in order to repair it.
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see this possible causes:
1) water heating cycles;the water must be preheating,test the heating elements and thermostat.
2) Timer: test for defective, clean contact, repair any wires loose, burn, or break.
That is normal, never is all the water expelled by the machine about 1/2 gallon remains in the tub on front loaders. If the water level is showing in the visible part of the washer basket you have a problem.
You most likely are not hearing water remaining in the tub. You are hearing the water slosh around in the balance ring that is attached to the spin basket. There is a balance ring attached to the spin basket that is half filled with water. When the basket is turned by hand you will hear the water in the balance ring. This is normal.
Always turn coffeemaker OFF and remove the
plug from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
Lift up the reservoir cover. Remove and
discard the paper filter and ground coffee.
The filter basket can be washed in warm,
soapy water and rinsed thoroughly, or cleaned
in the upper rack of the dishwasher. Dry all
parts after use.
Do not put any water in the unit once
the filter basket has been removed.
Wipe the area under the filter basket
with a damp cloth.
Remove the carafe from the heating plate.
Discard any remaining coffee. The carafe and
lid can be washed in warm, soapy water and
rinsed thoroughly, or placed in a dishwasher.
The carafe and carafe lid should be placed
on the upper rack only.
Do not use any scouring agents or harsh
cleansers on any part of the coffeemaker.
Never immerse base unit in water or other
liquid. To clean base, simply wipe with a
clean, damp cloth and dry before storing.
Fingerprints and other blemishes on the
stainless steel housing can be washed off
with soap and water or a nonabrasive cleaning
solution. Wipe warming plate with a clean,
damp cloth. Never use rough, abrasive
materials or cleansers to clean the warming
plate. Do not dry the inside of the water
reservoir with a cloth, as lint may remain.
You can print the manual on this link:
Unplug your Acme 6001 Juicer. Carry it to a countertop near your kitchen sink.
Remove the pusher and cover, and set the pieces in a sink. Unscrew the clutch, remove it and set it in the sink. Remove the cutter blade, strainer basket and juice bowl, and place the pieces in the sink.
Discard or remove and store any pulp that you find in the strainer basket. When you're finished, rinse the remaining fruit and vegetable pulp and juice from the pieces under cool, running water. Dislodge hard-to-remove pulp from the cutter blade and strainer basket with a soft-bristled brush or with a stiff-bristled brush if necessary.
Wash the pieces in a dishwasher or by hand. To wash in a dishwasher, place the stainless steel pieces in the lower rack and the plastic in the top rack and wash on a normal cycle with other kitchenware. To wash by hand, fill the sink with warm water and a few drops of mild detergent and wash with a lint-free microfiber cloth.
Run the pieces through the rinse cycle in your dishwasher or rinse under running tap water by hand. Air or wipe dry the pieces.
Wipe the base with a slightly soapy cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Reassemble your juicer by returning the pieces to the base in reverse order.
if you hear water when you spin the basket,that is the front tub balance ring.it is filled halfway with water in order to assist mach in balancing load.that is a normal sound.the mach may also leave some water between the basket and outer shell depending on lengh of drain hose.as long as the clothes do not come in contact with the water it is fine.