Question about Whirlpool 24 in. DU1055XTP Built-in Dishwasher
Thank you for the suggestion and we would remove the dishwasher if we could. Unfortunately we had a flood a few years ago and the floor was replace and built up another 12 inch. We have tried to remove the dishwasher but it won't quite come. So consequently I have tried to unclog from within the dishwasher and agree with you that it could be the hose close to the pump at the back. My husband has put the end of the hose which is in the basement ( where it is connected to the water source) in CLR but this doesn't go up to where the hose connects to the dishwasher. He is going to try and fill the hose with Clr and see if it then reaches. Any suggestions would be appreciated
I was talking about the water inlet line going to the fill valve. The fill valve is located on the right hand side with the bottom panel removed. From the fill valve there is a water inlet line running into the SIDE of the dishwasher tub, NOT the pump in the back. The two pumps on the dishwasher are used for the cycling of wash water and/or draining the tub. Neither pump are used for the FILL cycle. Having an inlet line under the kitchen sink would make things easier. CLR would probably do the trick, but I'm afraid that gravity is going to keep you from accomplishing what you need to do.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
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