Question about Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher
Are you in a geographic area of the country which has heavier amounts of minerals in the water. Over time mineral deposits can clog water lines clogging the smaller diameter lines first. Evidence of this may appear as discoloration on sections of exposed plumbing pipes at connection joints.
Or, perhaps a flexible water feed line has become kinked and the kink is blocking water flow (less likely, but could happen if the hose was installed with a bend and with aging over time and heat it finally kinked).
If mineral deposits, the orifices will have to be cleaned out. You may attempt using a pipe cleaner similar to a welder's tip cleaner to do so. There are also some chemical solutions that may dissolve such deposits depending on the type of likely mineral (this may be difficult to effect). If a kinked hose, you may have to uninstall the dishwasher and replace the hose. These solution may not be easy and it begs the question as to whether or not your dishwasher is worth the repair. Good luck.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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