Question about KitchenAid 23 in. KUDD01DPPA Stainless Steel Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the unit as had a lieak your it thinks it as first un plug the unit then try taking out the bottom draw (pull it all the way out then at the bottom front on both sides there is to clips push both clips in and pull the draw it wiil leaft of it runners push the runs back in out of the way then the can see under the in the base of the unit if the can see water or damp dathch plz call an enginner as ther is 5 things it can be
if not water you will see a grey plactic cover in the bottom back right the main pcb is in there witch has a water sencer on it if you fell up to 4remover the pcb and wiep the two prongs that are on the end of it as wiep there it was siting then put back as it was ps the dont need to take any wires to repalces the draw pull the to runners back out sit the draw on them then clothes the draw but re open it and give the to cilps a lite pull to make sure they are locked back in to places pulg it back in and try it if this dont work plz call an enginner as there is 3 pcbs in this unti that will need cheking
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
you have an overflow leak problem....shut off circuit breaker or pull fuse....let it dry out for up to 4 days; hopefully overnight; peak under dryer and feel metal drip pan and if wet you might be able to dry with a hair dryer...WHY? the lid did not seal when you put cycle on...the lid lowers and you had something..typically too bid glasses on second shelf that was above the seal lip of the tub...stack correctly after this and no worries...
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
The water sensor is malfunctioning. It believes that there is still water, so the pumps run and the washer will not continue on its cycle. replace the water sensor, or dry it out so it functions properly
Posted on May 30, 2010
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