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Lg dishwasher 14aw2 Says 0E Dishwasher still dry inside water tap is turned on pipe isnt kinked

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Dear Jester Stanf,
Your drain pump may not be working anymore. Check the outlet hose and let it lie on the floor to drain most water out of the dishwasher, then remove the Top Panel (fastened by 2 screws at the back) and then the side panels. A normal Dishwasher should be attached to the sump.
You can test it by applying direct power to it, its alternating current so it doesn't matter which pin you attach live to and which neutral. If it turns, then inspect the machine for a loose wire towards the pump, if it does not turn sideways, or does it strangely then replace the pump. You can get it from a reputable appliance spare outlet.

Kind Regards :-)

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Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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This should solve any problems.

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This should solve any problems.

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IE is a INLET ERROR. Possible causes ¥ The Water Tap not opened.
¥ The Inlet Hose is kinked.
¥ The Filter of inlet valve clogged by
impure water.
¥ The Inlet Water Valve is normal ?
¥ The water pressure is very low.
( below 0.3 kgf/ )
Possible solutions ¥ Open the Water Tap.
¥ Repair the Inlet Hose.
¥ a) Close the Water Tap.
b) Unscrew the Inlet Hose (Inlet
Valve side)
c) Clean the Filter of Inlet Valve.
¥ Replace or repair the Inlet Valve.

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