I have a basic D61 that recently when put on a program attempts to fill but empties at the same time.
I know this is normal at the start of any program but usually this stops and the machine will fill and start the program.
Is something I can fix (I am reasonably technical) or do I need to call out Indesit (150Euro + parts!) I have looked at water supply and this is not a problem.
All help advice gratefully received.
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The repair can be done yourself you need to first purchas a can of liquid wrench with extention. and first shut off power or disconnect power. there is a acess panal that you need to remove to get at gears to grease once it is greased you will need to turn the dial a couple of times (powerless) and replace the panel and plug or turn on power (when you are turning the knob besure to return to the start cycle ) if you need more info please email me [email protected] thank you and good luck
Check to see how fast water is entering the dishwasher. They work on a timed basis with a float switch being a safety. You may want to check how the water gets into the dishwasher and then see if there is plugging somewhere.
that comes across a little scrambled to me. seems like you have a 'salt reservoir' of some sort. am not familiar with that. perhaps you could take a little more time and break the problem down to smaller parts, making sure it is understandable. i will try hard to help you, but i can not understand your issue at this point. please try to take it through the steps of what happens, and what should be happening. as well as a little info on age of the unit and the maker. thanks let me know more. mark
yes, well done!
you fixed the problem by yourself
now all you got to do is change the element
buy a new 1 for this specific model
and switch them
a little more work then a light bulb switch