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Dishwasher Model TKD795/3/N Washer was set on a normal wash of 50 degrees and completed the wash cycle according to the audible end of cycle warning, (approx 2 and 1/4 hours), but on opening the door, the pots were not clean, (being covered in a white film) and the washer still had several inches of soiled water in the bottom. Initially we switched off mains power and after several minutes, repeated the process with a further wash cycle. Results same as above?

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It is possible that the drain pump is not working and tthe pressure pump is not efficient.
So you will need to flush out the dirt at the drain as well as check why the pressure of the water spray is down.
Check the pressure pump for action ,clean and set or the pump is faulty.
make sure the program is working with the outputs available .

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  • daniel_hu327 Jan 03, 2011

    Is it possible to make the dishwasher drain without putting it on a cycle as I am having a similar problem, only the bottom of the dishwasher is full of waste water?

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