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My Kitchen Aid two drawer dishwasher started not draining all the water out, Then a few days later it would not stop running., both drawers. It only stopped when the circuit breaker was turned off. What is wrong? Does this dishwasher has a cancel button?

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first thought would be a loose connection in the junction box under the dishwasher.

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SOURCE: The only button that works is the cancel drain

Sounds like a keypad malfunction or the control board has gone bad.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: GU1500XTLS3 Periodically won't start. Dishwasher

in the front left bottom of the tub is a float switch; it sometimes is under a cover with a screw securing it it looks like a big round ball shaped piece of plastic and on the bottom of this float there's a pin going down a hole in the tub (the float pin sits on the switch and, water lifting up and down on the float moves the switch: listen for a distinct "click" as you move the float up and, down
you see; the float rises as the water fills the dishwasher tub closing the float switch and, signaling the washer to start cleaning the dishes
some times dirt prevents movement of the float but,waiting usually displaces the dirt/soap etc. just enough to make it work again until the float pin gets encrusted again the cure is to clean the float pin

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SOURCE: Dishwasher not getting enough water in either

This sounds like a hard water deposit problem.
Check your water inlet valve for a screen and see if its clogged. Also it may just be a water valve/solenoid problem. As in, it's too crusted up to float up and down.
Some models have a water fill timer, while others use a water fill/pressure switch. This may also bear inspection.
The beep you hear during your cycle is indicating that your water level is too low to cover the heating element, which can cause cracking and lead to a short.

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It is the drain water from bottom drawer that is finding its way to the top drawer. This could be due to incorrect drain hose height. Check in installation manual. Alternatively you will have to buy an air gap kit and connect the two drain hoses separately to the kitchen sink.

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I suppose "flooding in both drawers of ..." implies water is not draining out. Is that right?

It is a very little information to give you any clear solutions.

Did the water get into the drawers without starting any wash program? Most likely it is the backflow from kitchen sink back through the dishwasher drain hose. Does your kitchen sink plumbing have an air gap sowehere. If so, is it clear?

If the water is the back flow then it is likely to be smelly and you do not want to run it through the dishwasher. I would suggest take the drain hose out from under the sink downpipe and drop into an empty bucket. Then take all the fixtures out from the drawers and empty out water using a small container.

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I would recommend that you check the dishwasher installation instructions to check if the water inlet and outlet are properly set up. Look at page 4.

If this is happening only with bottom drawer after top drawer is run, then it could be a leaking door seal. But if it happens with both drawers, then it is a bit un usual and could be due to a backflow in the drain hose.

If you are using inskerator in the sink, then make sure it is not filled up.

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You may want to check up if the water collects in the bottom drawer when the top drawer is in wash cycle (ie, taking water from the inlet) or during the drain cycle when it is draining water out. Leave the bottom drawer open and check while the top drawer is running.

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