Question about GE 24 in. GSD4320Z Built-in Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishwasher doesn't drain
Catriver: The dishwasher model is gsd5920do1bb. I probably posted the original problem in the wrong place. Does a similar fix apply? Sorry about the confusion. Greg
Posted on Jan 30, 2007
rs, in the back under the screen is a piston nut assy. This is a common problem on these GE's. The seal on the assy. becomes warped or worn and when this happens we get water left in the tub after drain. It's an easy fix. The screen comes off and the pistion nut assy. simply unscrews. The part number is WD24X220. You can look it up on the net, inexpensive. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
SOURCE: dishwasher will not drain
tichi, without a complete model number and using a model close to the one posted, there is a couple of things you want to check. It appears that you have a drain solenoid assy. that sits on the left side of the motor assy. If this selonoid overheats or fails, you will get a no drain situation. It is not hard to install a new one. I have found on these models that a defective timer will continue to send voltage to these selonoids and burn them up. Result, no drain. There is also a piston and nut assy. that sits under the filter screen in the back of the tub. You can get this from the inside. If this piston nut assy. does not seat as designed, you will have water in tub after the drain. From your post it sounds as if the drain selonoid is bad. I will attach a couple of pictures of these parts.
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
Check disposer plug. If a garbage disposer has been recently installed, it is possible the disposer drain plug was not removed. The drain plug is a plastic piece in the disposer that blocks the hole where the dishwasher hose connects. Also check the hose connected to the disposal. Mine apparently had a kink in it. When I straightened the hose the dishwasher drained at full speed (I recently had a plumber re-route a hot waterline. He must has bent the hose). Hope this helps. If not go to the GE website. That's where I found my answer.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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