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Excessive motor noise. Trying to find a diagram of where the filter plate is? Can you help?

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Looks like you do not have the user manual for this dishwasher.
Refer this site.

You can easily take the motor rotor out for checking it. It could be just a simple thing as a hard food waste item sitting in the cavity. (a bone piece or seed). Go to page 21 of manual and remove the filter plate. The rotor is attached to the impeller. Get it out and inspect. Also check the channel between the drain sump and rotor cavity. Use a thin rigid wire to clean it.

A replacement rotor can be got from this place if you are in US.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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