Question about Maytag 24 in. MDBF550 Built-in Dishwasher
How do you clean the filter
1)Empty the dishwasher.Remove all dishes including pots,pans and silverware.
2)Pull the bottom rack out as far as possible.The filters are under the basket on the Maytag dishwashers.It may be convenient to lift the rack out.Typically,if you lift,the wheels leave the track.
3)Remove the Coarse" filter.This filter is a small,round knob in the middle of the Fine filter.A round knob is around the Coarse filter.Hold on to the handle and lift straight up.
4)Knock the contents of the Coarse filter into the garbage can.Run the faucet to remove smaller particles.Wipe the dishwasher filter with the sink sponge.Push back into the filter holder when complete.
5)Take out the Fine filter.Turn the round knob that is around the Coarse filter counter-clockwise.Once the knob is loose pull up.The Fine filter will come out of the dishwasher.
6)Rinse the Fine filter with the hot water faucet.Scrub with the sink sponge to remove any stuck-on fragments.Replace the filter into the dishwasher.Push down and turn the knob clockwise to tighten.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi - I have tried
the best but not the fastest way is to remove the pump and motor assy and visuall inspect for fooreign items in the pump assy and also inspect for damage to the pump inpeller at the same time. Sorry not a fast fix but the best way
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
Make sure the filter inside the dishwasher is cleaned out and read about my advice for dishwashers for more tips.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2009
When the glassware comes out with a film on them (cloudy) the most common problem is a failed heating element. When it is repaired, the wash water will be heated to the proper temp to activate the dishwasher powder/detergent.
Please report back here what you find. OK?
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Probably a blocked spray arm. Remove the top spray arm and check and clean all the holes as this is where the water sprays out from to clean the dishes and glasses. When they are blocked you get poor wash results.
Yes there will also be a filter in the base of the unit to clean. This needs to be done regularly to avoid food getting into the working parts of the unit.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
The filter is located at the base of the unit.
Usually it has something to grab onto - just pull it straight up and out.
There may be a stainless steel grating and an inner fine filter to remove as well.
Empty contents into the bin, and clean all of these parts in the sink.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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