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Check water light comes on

Dishwasher begins cycle by filling with water. After a minute the "check water" light comes on. It then drains some water and then fills and keeps repeating this. It never gets past this point. I've checked the water coming in, the filters and the pump and everything seems fine. When you open the door, there is quite a bit of water in the bottom. However, if you run the "reset" cycle, this water drains out completely. Any ideas what the problem might be? The machine is new could it be a water pressure issue perhaps? It has worked but one time only.

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  • galah Aug 14, 2008

    I have exactly the problem. It is intermittent and sometimes the cycle work, something its doesn't. Very annoying.

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Is your appliance a miele? normally this is causeb by blockages ( bit of plastic or paper wrapping/ milk bottle tops etc) inside the impeller of the main circulating pump (motor) restricting the flow of water the only solution is to fisically remuve the obstraction by temporarelly remuving the motor and cleaning not a simple job

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  • luigi44 Nov 13, 2008

    if your appliance is a bosh the fault is caused most probalilly by the pressure bottle blocked remuve the left side panel and the kick plate there is a hose that runs from the pressure bottle to the bottom of the sump is a push fit type remuve it unblockit and refit

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