Question about GE 24 in. GSD6660GSS Built-in Dishwasher
Hello. I have a Triton GE dishwasher. It has worked great for the past 3 years we have owned it (was a used dishwasher we bought on Craigslist). Anyways, I just built a working counter top that surrounds it, put it into it's place and it does not drain all of the sudden. I pulled the drain line that connects to the new garbage disposal (which the new garbage disposal had been relieved ((aka drilled out) of it's factory stop so the dishwasher can drain freely) and checked for anything blocking it's flow. I also reset the dishwasher with the drain line off to see if there was any pressure, and there was not except for the last 2 seconds before it would completely shut off, about a cup of water shot out....and that was it. So as far as I know there is something wrong with the dishwasher.....any suggestions. Thanks you Mario
Cut off the power at the breaker for 5 minutes and then turn it on and see if the system resets!
The machine was in your home 3 years , and used for more than that by someone else! I can tell you by the model that its at least 10 years old!
appliances more than 9 years old cost you money to run and fix! Throw it out and do not put good money into bad!
The new ones no matter how inexpensive will wash better and cost you a hell of a lot less to operate. They are so much more energy efficient today that they pay for them selves in a couple of years! With a new machine watch your water and power bill go down!!!
Other wise you need hands on service!
if you got the money do it new!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Just fixed mine! Used a shop vac to **** all the water out of the bottom of the washer. Then ran it on a rinse cycle and it filled back up. Disconnected the drain line and taped it snug to the shop vac. Sucked it out with shop vac. Refilled washer using rinse...Then reversed vac to blow. Then sucked it out again. Then started cycle when the pump came on it wasnt pumping...hit shop vac on **** it sucked and bingo pump started working. Hooked drain line back up and ran two cycles. Its working fine. Saved hundreds!!! Tools required: screwdriver to remove line. Shop vac and good ole duct tape to make a good seal on the line and the vac line. Bingo it drains!
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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