Question about Dishwashers
I imagine your overflow float switch may be jammed, or the flood control sensor isn't working properly. It may even be the controller, there are just many things that can case the same or similar symptoms, but have widely differing causes, one must troubleshoot as per the help websites, or the service manual.
Please find below a Dishwasher troubleshooting how to..
What you need to do, is if you wish to DIY, is obtain a service manual, for your exact make and model. look at the below website to get your service manual.
If you do not wish to DIY, then please call a GE service center and ask for a service call, then ask for a "Quote" for any repair.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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