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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishlex Global 500 dishwasher
theres a round plug in the top of dish washer pull it out and clean could be cloged or the bottom spram arm can be pulled out and cleaned aswell
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
SOURCE: i have a dishlex global
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Offhand, error message "ND" refers to "No Drain" and therefore would require that the drain system be checked, cleaned and inspected for any faulty components. Normally, there would be a drain filter, a sump or sorts, a valve, an impeller and a pump that leads to the drain hose. Access to these components would be through removal of the bottom/kick panel. Further the presence of water at the bottom of the dishwasher indicates that the water is not being flushed/drained out but is leaking from any of the above.
Unfortunately, this is a very messy job.
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Posted on Dec 15, 2008
HI - i just replaced the bottom seal yesterday. The guy at the spares shop advised me to replace both (bottom of door and bigger seal ) at the same time to ensure no leaks - i did that. The bottom door seal come out when you unscrew the screws - (No need to remove door) and because of all the gunk (from years of washing and age of the rubber) i had to wedge a blunt knife in between (starting at one of the ends) and lever it out - MAKE SURE YOU TAKE NOTE OF THE WAY IT IS BEFORE YOU REMOVE IT! An easy way to remember is there is a nick in the rubber of the old (and new) seal and as it is not centred, just note if the nick is closer to the left or right of the machine, I have replaced mine and there is a little leak and now i wonder if i put the seal in upside down! it has to go in the same way - before you gimmy your's out can you tell me if the nick in the rubber is to the left or right? (LIZ at email@example.com) If I have put in back right there is a chance the screw didn't go through the plastic part of the seal and therefore not holding it in place properly. GOOD LUCK! Don't worry about having to really work at getting the old seal out - you don't need it anymore and i didn't damage mine, regards, Liz
Posted on May 27, 2010
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