Question about GE Dishwashers
I had the same problem running the dishwasher the second time. The first time worked perfectly. I thought the problem was from the sensor not reading enough water to actually start the wash cycle. It sure uses less than any dishwasher I've had before. When I tried to restart it the machine drained the water that was in it. I later found out it does this automatically when you push the restart button. I poured water from a bucket into the dishwasher and tried this a few times and found that on the fourth try it ran fine and haven't had a problem since. I didn't know how much to put in and did overfill it once. Maybe the sensor float or whatever was stuck and overfilling it helped.???
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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