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Dishwasher motor is more noisy than it used to be.

Our Dishwasher was fairly quiet when it was in use.

Now it is more noisy.

It still seems to be working okay, but for how long?

It appears that it is the motor that is more noisy than it used to be.

What do you think?

Thanks,
John

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There is something is the wash motor dishwasher macerator. you can try to remove it or replace the macerator.

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Mine does the same thing all kinds of different sounds. This is the 2nd replacement

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