Hello out there.
I am hoping you can assist me to resolve this problem with my dishwasher.
It is just over a year old. It starts and then refuses to move to the next cycle.
Any ideas ?
Kindest regards, Dave.
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If the dishwasher is undergoing short programmes and low-temperature washes then your dishwasher may not allow for the tablet to fully dissolve leaving some remaining tablet left behind. Another reason why the tablet may not be dissolving is because of the water hardness of the area you live in as the tablet may take longer to dissolve in the water.
It sounds as if the d/washer is pressurising due to a blocked outlet drain hose.
Make sure that the drain for the dishwasher is actually clear take hose out of the drain outlet.On some of the Beko dishwashers they put a plug up inside the drain hose which has to be removed before use or if it is a new installation and it is draining into a "U" bend on a sink check that the little spigot that the hose is onto is actually open.They come from the plumbers merchants blanked if blanked then you have to cut the end off to suit size of hose.I hope this has helped.
* Worn wash impeller (depending on design). Test by placing a glass upright in upper rack with full charge of water in the basin. Run dishwasher for 30 seconds. Glass should fill up. If not, replace wash impeller.
* Debris caught in spray arm holes. Remove spray arm and clean out with water and compressed air.
* Heating element burned out. Check water temp during wash--should read between 130 to 140 F.
* Insufficient water fill in basin. In most models, proper fill level is just up to the heating element. Much less than this will result in poor cleaning. Hope this helps.