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Dishwasher stopped working full of water

Removed sides drained by lifting micro switch
unblocked vent on fill and drain tank
but it still will not work
the timer seems to be working and i can here things clicking but the machine does not go. how do get in to see the controls

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  • robbiemac472 Jul 06, 2008

    will check that cheers



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Sounds like sticking in cycle hence not advancing thro to drain.
there can be more than one cause. for a start, check heater and thermal cutout in series with heater. check also that the main pump is ok. after you have run it a while, check if main pump is warm to the touch even if not rotating. if this is the case, then fault can be with the pump capacitor - a cheap part and easily repleced

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