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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the motor is running, the diverter solenoid valve is probably not functioning. It is attached to the pump. With the power off, take the solenoid apart and remove whatever is jamming it. Toothpicks are a favorite as are any large food particle. It may also be bad. Not the problem...you may have a defective timer or your outlet hose is clogged or kinked.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
hello my name is gilles the problem you have their is something stuck in your drain valve causing the valve to stay open remove the valve clean out reintall every thing should be fine thanks
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
hi it may need a new inlet valve,can you hear a humming sound when its due to fill.or is it doing nothing.if its not humming change the valve,also these dishwashers are well known for overheating and sticking on cycle.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Make sure your water temperature is hot enough to dissolve the detergent, because the unrinsed residue could be undissolved detergent. If, however, it's food residue, you probably need to check your sprayer arms. The upper arm attaches to a tube in the back of the dishwasher. If the support clamps come loose, the upper spray tube will not be flush with the tube and can't carry water to the sprayer arms. Also the sprayer arms can become clogged with paper remnants, bone fragments, or pieces of peeling. You'll need to remove the sprayer arm and flush it at your sink. If there is a jet that is clogged, tweezers will help remove the residue.
Finally, the bottom of the door INSIDE the washer often get covered with gunk. Be sure and gently wash the bottom of the door INSIDE. You can open the door, spray some window cleaner on the bottom and then gently brush away the 'gunk.' Rinse with hot water from a pitcher or your sink sprayer and this can eliminate some of the residue that is showing on your dishes.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2011
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