Question about GE 24 in. Profile PDW9880JSS Built-in Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull your water drain line out and place in a bucket on the floor. then try to drain it again. alot of time the hose get an air gap or blocked with gunk.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: LEAVE MORE WATER THAN SHOULD BE
There is a drain hose that runs from your dishwasher to underneath your sink. (usually connects in right below the drain spout)
It sounds like this may have become clogged, or the sink drain is clogged causing the water to back-up in to the dishwasher drain hose.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: GE Triton won't drain completely
Hi Tina! (say Hi to the Family, too)
Your drain hose from the dishwasher (DW) was installed incorrectly after the DW was moved back into place. Good news!!! Easy fix. All it takes is a 5/16" nut driver (or socket) and some vinyl electrical tape.
Look under the sink, you'll see the white drain hose hooked up to (most likely) your disposal. You'll notice that it just kinda slopes downhill 'til it disappears through the cabinet, right? Well, the slope in question is actually the culprit! It's siphoning water from your sink and down into the DW. Everytime you run water in the sink, some of it goes over to your DW instead of down the drain. Go figure, right?
Here's the fix... You have to re-route your drain line to make it have an upside down "J" in it before it connects to the disposal.
Use your 5/16 and loosen the clamp at the disposal and remove the hose. Pull on the hose to get as much slack as you can from the DW and into where you're working. Now route the hose between the sinks (the recessed area there underneath) and THEN into the disposal. Now tighten the hose clamp to secure the hose to the disposal. For extra measure, use your tape to secure the hose to a water line in the back by the water valves.
Seriously easy job, Tina and Family. Maybe 15 minutes.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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