Question about Dishwashers
the problem is caused by water build up at the bottom of the machine due to dust/dirt. Take the machine out, disconnect from the power supply and empty of dishes. The floor will get wet, so you might want to place a large towel under the machine. Now tilt the machine at least 45 degrees towards the back. Watch where the water drips out and tilt further towards that corner. It's best to let the tilted machine rest on a table or bench so you don't have to hold it continuously. Wait about 15min, clean your filters and switch it back on! Worked a treat on mine!
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Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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