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I useto have same problem. For some reason there was water under machine, then i tilted machine, clean water and problem solved. This is built-in dishwasher that is why water acumulates under machine and "leak cut off switch" turn off machine. You can't reset machine while you have water under, machine telling you there is a problem, but Haier wan't put solution on their site - Haier suport is very bad. Sorry for English and hope this help.
on Feb 20, 2017
Burnt out heating element
Yes, you may even be able to pick the part up as an in-stock item at your local appliance parts supply house. The place the local appliance repair pro's go to get parts.
Replacing the actual element is fairly easy. Its typically a few screws and two wires the simply disconnect via stakon connectors or a molex plug.
The "hard part" is actually getting to the elements mounts and wires. with most units you have to remove a panel or two, to get to the element housing and access the element.
The main thing? Make sure power is disconnected, and pay close attention to how everything comes apart and which direction each piece was originally installed.
It may help to get paper and draw yourself a diagram of the disassembly process.
on Dec 07, 2008
My Haier Dishwasher HDW100WHT is pumping water over the floor .The door is firmly closed. Any Suggestions please?
OK. When you see water on the floor, and you open the door, is there any water rising in the wash chamber and breaching the seal? If you open the door and do not see any water other than the water dripping off the dishes or whatever, I would suspect there's a leak underneath. If you see water standing in there, they you will want to clean the food/debris trap. Refer to your manual, if you have one. If the food trap is cleared and the water is still comin out, I would suspect a leak underneath the unit, possibly a loose water hose or drain hose.
on Apr 27, 2019
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