Used a voltmeter to check that the unit is getting power. It is. Checked to see if motor was getting any power and it wasn't. No matter what setting I set the dial to no power gets to the motor.Nor does it try to take in water.
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Re: GE Nautilus 24" Built-in won't turn on
Take phillips screws out to seperate door and check door latch switch(es). Also inspect wires as they pass into door for broken wire, and check the wire nut connections where power enters dishwasher. (Hold a wire nut and tug on each wire to make sure none are loose.)
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there is a small float switch it could be internal in the pump,, you will need toget the numbers off the pump and check them with a referance guide on the make of the pump not the unit it is in,, get the serial number also
The only reasons to replace a pump motor are very loud motor or leaking water from the seal of the pump / motor assembly. The motor comes as the pump / motor assembly, and is not real cheap and not particularly easy to replace, so you may want to consider cost of replacing the entire unit. Appliance repair locations can order for you, or you can order directly from GE over the phone. (GE answer center 800-626-2000) Make sure you have complete model number, located on the sticker on the left side of the tub just inside the door.
Check the faucet first, turn off the faucet, disconnect the dishwasher copper hose, re-open the faucet and check you faucet see if there is water come out, sometimes there is a small stone or sand block the faucet. Good luck, hope this can help, if not we check the others.
It may be the motor start capacitor or the motor or the wiring to it. Some units have a built-in switch that shuts the unit off if the motor doesn't start turning after a short interval. However, if it drains it usually means the motor runs enough to pump it out. These units usually stop draining when the fill switch opens at the lower level.