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Diplomat 8352 water not draining caused kitchen floor to flood

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Your pump is obstructed. take out pump and clean it out. Your filter might be plugged too. As soon as it floods it also can be a leaking hose from the pump.
just open the machine and you will see the pump straight away.
Not difficult

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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