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Very Loud Motor

My dishwasher seems to be working okay however, the motor suddenly is very very loud.  You can hear it all over the house.  Any suggestions?

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  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd May 11, 2010

    when it first starts?? or all during the wash cycle??

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Changing the motor will fix the problem.they are really easy to change.
the motor lies under the main filter.Just un clip it and check for broken glass.
The first thing I do when I hear a noisey motor is change it.(new or second hand?
Now its two parts to the motor,you want to change the part that pumps the water around and also reverse to drain.
Its located under the spray arm.

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