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Doesn't shut off

My dishwasher motor constantly runs even when the door is opened. There is no water in the machine and none of the led lites on the program or start button come on.

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  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    iI have the same problem but can't get the front panel off?

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

    i suctioned out water but it continues to leak through the intermediate. how do i replace the intermediate

  • rp59 Mar 30, 2009

    The drain pump keeps running even if the door is open.

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I think you are hearing the drain pump going. take the bottom front panel off so as to expose the bottom tray. yoy willprobably find this full of water. mop water out and it should work. if fault reoccurs then you have a leak.
turn power off first

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