Question about GE GSD5130 Dishwasher
Mike, I just ran into the same problem. I found a second check valve located in the outlet hose of the ELECTRIC drain motor. This motor is located at the right rear underside of d/w and is used only for backflush of the filter. When the unit goes thru a normal drain cycle, this chk valve closes to prevent backflow to lower sump area thereby increasing the pump pressure to the "piston/nut asmy" popping that up to seal that chamber which then forces water to go up to drain.
You've probably fixed or replaced the thing by now but this might help others.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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