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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Candy CDI 1012 Dishwasher
providing its not under guarantee remove mains plug and remove door skin from front of door carefully, as it has to go back on, look for any broken wires just above the door hinge, there will be about 10 or 15 wires, its possible that if you have checked what you said have checked properly that one of these wires has got hot and broken (very common fault of all dishwashers aver 3 year old) replace wire with care etc, work safely,
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
SOURCE: GE Built in Dishwasher
You possibly have several problems. The plunger is broken to the dispenser. You will have to disassemble the door to check the dispenser. Your water not draining is why the dishes aren't getting clean. Check to see if your drain hose is clogged. It may drain at a disposal or through a siphon gap which is mounted to the rear of your sink. Sometimes the siphon gap gets clogged and will cause drainage problems. It sometimes is located at the right or left rear of the sink and has a cap that sits about 3 to 5 inches high. Take the cap off and make sure there is no clog.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
I took the door apart and found the degertent door solinoid looking like it over heated and melted to the cover flap and the insulation. See picture. I can't post pic as the max is 150kb.
I applied power and it only got hot and wouldn't operate.
Next I go to Kitchenaid for a replacement - FREE it should be.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
We also have a Quiet series 100 and had the same problem, the dishes always came out dingy or with food all over them. My washer is about 5 years old and worked well for about 4 of them but the last year has been doing a poorer and poorer job washing the dishes. I finally broke down and removed the racks and all of the plastic parts from the inside of the washer. Doing this revealed that the groves in the under side of most of the plastic parts was clogged with food and debris. After a good scrubbing with water and a brush then reassembly it worked like a new washer again, cleaning the dishes very well and the best part is it saved us about $700.00 for another washer.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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