Question about Dishwashers
There is a solenoid valve located near the motor which should activate to either drain or to spray. These often get jammed up with food particles. Locate it and take it apart. Clean out what ails it and put it back in service.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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I have the same model and had this issue twice in four years. What causes this is a water level switch inside the dishwasher, left at the bottom, almost touching the door. The switch has a cover that looks like a cup upside down. Remove that cover and give a perfect, thorough cleaning in and around the switch (including inside the cover) to make it look new again. The switch should start working freely again. You don't need to buy new parts to replace anything.
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