Question about Dishwashers
If the program controller is able to set the program , then the machine must start up. Only if the waste water/drain is clogged will there be a flooding resulting in fault in the drain cycle.
So it is important that the machine takes in water before the program moves on.
It is OK to check the waste line. look for the drain pipe, remove the drain valve/pump and it will be clogged. If there is a sensor to this it can switch off the machine- as you have not mentioned themodel/make.
So remove clean/flush and reset. If not the program controller must be checked.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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