Hose at the rear has started to drip at the connection point. no matter what I do, tightening included, even tried a new hose, still leaking. Sometimes dramatically.
(Note: I am only using hot water attachment on the upper inlet valve).
Could there be a problem internally that I am unable to fathom?
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The attached assembly document might be helpful. To access the drain hose at the dishwasher end your best bet is to pull the dishwasher out from under kitchen cabinet and lay it on the floor on its side. Make sure you disconnect the mains power and the hose connections first. The hose should be accessible from the bottom of dishwasher.
It is the drain water from bottom drawer that is finding its way to the top drawer. This could be due to incorrect drain hose height. Check in installation manual. Alternatively you will have to buy an air gap kit and connect the two drain hoses separately to the kitchen sink.
Not sure if you have tried to refer to the parts manual itself which shows how the parts are assembled together. In particular page 8 which shows the handle assembly part 18. I am assuming this is what you are replacing. Or is it just part 21 which is the plastic latch recess cover.
913T is a very old model (1996), I have one, I'm not a repairer, I have the same fault. It doesn't have drawers or infrared or a display.
I've just shortened the ribbon cable, which had pinch damage at the door close pinch point. I used a male & female ribbon squeeze connector pair to make a good clean joint. With the cable fault it wasn't even starting the drain cycle. Now it does start, but then long beeps, and I suspect it's detecting a fault with the motor or a sensor or faulty wire, and is halting.
I've found running the rinse cycle first then allows the main wash cycle to run, no longer stopping at 10 seconds (after the initial drain), just as the first power wash commences.
F1 means that your machine has activated the flood switch. check the drain hose that is connected to the sink pipe is not blocked. remove clip holding hose to pipe, put end of hose into a bucket and turn on cycle. it should start draining straight away. if it does drain into bucket stop cycle and clean nossel of sink pipe with a small screwdriver. then refit hose and turn on cycle. if it doesnt drain into bucket please reply and i will guide you thru how to check to see if you roto motor is jammed or faulty.good luck
Hi, welcome to FixYA! Don't use a Y-connector with a single air gap, it will end up having cross-drain issue down the road if not right away. Your double dishdrawer is two machines in one enclosure. Do it right and install a dual air gap, which as separate connections for each drain hose and the water from one hose can never end up back-draining thru the other and back into the machine.
From what you describe, drain water from the top drawer is getting into the bottom drawer or waste water from the disposer is backing up into the bottom drawer.
1. Each drawer has its own drain hose. Each hose should terminate at the drain point with a 'Y' adapter. 2. Inspect the drain point (under the sink where the drain pipes are) to make sure this 'Y' adapter is present. (you should see two drain hoses from the DW). If not present, then the DW drain lines are not installed properly. (Someone took a shortcut and installed the 'Y' adapter behind the DW) 3. If terminated properly, make sure the drain hoses extend upward as they leave the drain point.
It is important the drain lines are connected properly to ensure proper drainage from the DW. Consult the installation manual for complete details.
Code F1 indicates that Flood switch has been
activated which explain why you feel that it is overfilling.
Water leaking Drain hose disconnected
from waste pipe.
Reconnect the drain hose to the waste pipe.
Supply inlet hose not
Ensure the inlet hose is connected securely.
Other leaks. Turn water and power supplies to the