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Kenmore Quietguard Plus/Ultrawash - Kenmore

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Water won't drain fully from bottom, however, it does not overflow - I am sure it is clogged, but where the heck is the drain?

TLisa

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  • BCDelica Dec 08, 2007

    Same problem with QuietGuard3, have removed drain hose and checked - it's clear! With the hose on the output side removed it moves only a very little amount of water.

  • bdwheels Nov 22, 2008

    Same issue , Dishwasher runs fine but all the water will not drain from
    the bottom. Have to reset it to dry a couple of time and then it will
    drain.



    Hose is clear checked and replaced. Think something is not working
    right with drain pump, however have no clue where to begin with that.



  • tinkers3 Jan 20, 2009

    Washer drains at end of wash cycle, then slowly fills with water again even though cycle is finished. Takes about 20 hours for the entire bottom of washer to fill with water. Run drain cycle only, and washer fills again over next 20 hours or so. Is this perhaps from a leaking check valve?

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Drain hose may be partially clogged or kinked up. ensure that the hose is not bent up thus restricting the flow of water out.

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