Question about Dishwashers
Remove all the filters and looking down into the sump, at approx 10 o'clock you should see a plastic cover with a tx20 screw. Remove the screw and cover, this will expose the pump impellor, check it is free and remove any obstruction (caution advised as there may be a shard of glass etc). With the cap off set a cycle, close the door and immediately open door and reset the unit. (check how to do this from your user manual, usually holding the start button for 5secs, or pressing two buttons simultaneously marked by a line and two dots on the selection panel but models vary). You should hear the pump run and any debris will be expelled into the tank. Check the impellor again, replace the cap and screw. Do a visible check of the tank to see if any obstruction were 'spat out' by the pump. Check your outlet pipe, particularly if it is attached under the sink via a spigot for blockages. Run a prewash or quick cycle to test. I really hope this solves the problem, if you need to repost or comment for additional advise please add the full Enr number. All the best and good luck
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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