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There are 2 different models of the JPX300H. One has a digital timer assembly, while the other is a cam-timer. Regardless of type, the timing unit is located under the wash tub, which can be accessed by removing the front panel directly below the door. If it is a cam assy (which I think it is), locate the microswitch on the cam assembly for the pump which is running incorrectly and turn the cam so the arm of the switch rides along the outside edge of the cam when the pump should not be running.
If timer is the digital type, then contact Jackson Tech Support for troubleshooting assistance. Their service is free and you can find the phone number at www. jacksonmsc.com

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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Why do soap suds remain in the bottom of my Kenmore, model #665.13113K701, dishwasher at the end of a cycle? I have run several cycles without soap and there still are suds remaining.


My guess being I have not physically seen it:
A.Improper install and the system is not draining properly.
B.Clogging in the drain pipe at the sink to the sewage system.
C.Failing draining pump.
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E.Someone you have over is pranking you.

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These are the possibilities for that error code at one web site:
 
Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.* Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked.
* Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure the pump is running.
* Check the drain pump filter for foreign objects.
* If the above does not correct the problem, replace the pump.
F02 is long drain.
Just because it came up doesn't mean there's a problem, it simply means there was a failure during the cycle, if it returns on a regular basis, you have a problem.

F02 error could be caused by the over use of soap, you need to make sure your using 2 tablespoons of HE soap, 1/4 cap at the most.
Over sudsing, could cause the water pump to run longer, the pump is designed for 15 min duty cycle which means, 15 minutes on to 45 minutes off. The computer may sense too much soap, and continue to pump. HE soap will cure that, along with SUD error, possible F09 (overflow condition), you may also notice the timing is wrong, HE soap works well in these machines and F/l washer go hand in hand
if the F02 returns the remove the 3 torx screws from the bottom kick panel, and remove the kick panel, right there in the middle you will see a big round handle, turn it and then slide it out, have some towels ready, there will be some water in there, and check to see if you have any thing in there that will slow water flow, tooth picks and other "floating" items may jam the impeller.
You can get required parts from www.repairclinic.com
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Either:

1. the water does not get into the dishwasher open the dishwasher 3-4 times during cycle, you should see some water at least once, if not - check water valve, water level float and water pressure.
2. the pump is clogged - there is water, the motor will run but no water is circulated. Check pump filters, check chopper and impeller.
3. motor in main pump is not working - could be caused by something stuck on the impeller or chopper or could be a problem with the motor itself or control board. Check if line voltage is coming to the motor during wash/rinse cycle.

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The rinse cycle on my washer leaves soap and the spin cycle leaves water. I've decreased the amount of soap and ran through another spin cycle with no change. I ran the spin cycle while watching it and at...


Good day,
There is blockage between the outlet of the tub on the machine to the end of the hose.
First, if you have the outlet hose that is fitted into a standpipe, that could well be the problem.
In other words, there is nothing wrong with the washer, it is plumbing problem in the vertical drain pipe. Happens often.
Shut the water to the machine off, remove one of the hoses, and stick it into the stand pipe. Turn the water on. If it backs up, that is your problem.

If not, then the machine is at fault. A hose runs from the bottom outlet of the tub to the pump. Then from the pump to the outlet hose.
You'll need to remove the hoses, and pump to inspect them. It's even a possibility the pump's impeller is slipping, and lastly, check closely where the hose was removed from the bottom of the tube. Could be the classic "sock" problem.

You did not give the model. Get that information, and then type into google....................
"How to change a water pump on a ( your info) washer".
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Hi Vneck,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your problem is: When you run a cycle, there is soap left in the dispenser at the end of the run.

Do you use a powdered soap? This can be a problem for some d/w. Sometimes it occurs as a d/w gets older. Try a liquid d/w soap. Make sure it says "dishwasher" on it.

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