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Greinding noise when water pump is in work - Dishwashers

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  • Dwg1 Feb 01, 2009

    Same here. Noisy even disassembled down to lower impeller. Bearings feel nice and tight and smooth, not loose or gritty feeling like a bad bearing.

  • matkins604 Feb 14, 2009

    our whirlpool dishwasher does the same thing. when it is washing the pump or motor makes a horrible noise

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Keep the kids away from the dishwasher........r2t

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