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Wendy, sounds like the drain pump or the actuator for it has failed. If you hear the pump motor hum, but it does not empty the water, it may be jammed with some debris. To access all of the mechanical workings, you will need to remove the lower access/kick plate cover, on the bottom of the front of the dishwasher cabinet. You may want to empty most of the water out of the tub by hand, before you attempt to work on it. Also, check the circuit breaker for the dishwasher in your home's circuit breaker panel, to make sure it has tripped. If it has, reset it to see if the dishwasher will start running again. Just make sure it's in the drain water cycle.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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I see that you have condensation building up on the back wall of your Electrolux dishwasher. Condensation can build up due to water and cold air. You may have a leak inside of your gasket. I would recommend checking your gaskets to make sure they are not damaged. If your gaskets appear in good condition it could be an issue with your thermostat or element. I hope this information is helpful. -Matt
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